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Jan. 2nd, 2010 11:19 pm
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Am back home. Mr Mousie and I watched more Friday Night Lights (up through 1.14) and I love that show more and more. Am too exhausted to meta, so for now, all I am going to say is, Jason and Lyla getting married is about the worst idea ever.

Also watched Akai Ito jdrama on the plane - all of it. No, the flight was not that long, but fast-forwarding will get you everywhere. AI is based on a cellphone novel but unlike the inspired, over-the-top lunacy of a fellow cellphone novel adaptation Koizora, sadly, AI isn't deliciously trashy, it's just badly-written in a lowkey kind of way. The two protagonists are lovely, well-adjusted people, even if I am hard-pressed to buy the supposed epicness of their love (chance cake-sharing at 8, a bit of middle school dating, and then getting back together in high school in a fairly mundane manner does not a star-crossed couple make) - in another drama, their very low-keyness and lack of OTT in their relationship would have been a nice bit of slice-of-life drama gem. Unfortunately, this is a cellphone novel so instead we get random insanity courtesy of their friends and families which occupies a lot of badly-written space - see character A jump off a roof with no warning because she saw her friend and a guy she likes shop together! See character B become a drug addict, randomly, for half an episode! See character C go from a sweet-natured, well-adjusted guy to an abuser for no reason and then get runover by a car! See character D decide to become a 16-yr-old mother! See character E slit her wrists out of the blue. The character progression was more of an inexplicable zombie lurch and the supposedly big emotional moments were so badly prepared and out-of-whack I was kind of laughing. Oh well.

Home!

Jan. 2nd, 2010 11:19 pm
dangermousie: (Default)
Am back home. Mr Mousie and I watched more Friday Night Lights (up through 1.14) and I love that show more and more. Am too exhausted to meta, so for now, all I am going to say is, Jason and Lyla getting married is about the worst idea ever.

Also watched Akai Ito jdrama on the plane - all of it. No, the flight was not that long, but fast-forwarding will get you everywhere. AI is based on a cellphone novel but unlike the inspired, over-the-top lunacy of a fellow cellphone novel adaptation Koizora, sadly, AI isn't deliciously trashy, it's just badly-written in a lowkey kind of way. The two protagonists are lovely, well-adjusted people, even if I am hard-pressed to buy the supposed epicness of their love (chance cake-sharing at 8, a bit of middle school dating, and then getting back together in high school in a fairly mundane manner does not a star-crossed couple make) - in another drama, their very low-keyness and lack of OTT in their relationship would have been a nice bit of slice-of-life drama gem. Unfortunately, this is a cellphone novel so instead we get random insanity courtesy of their friends and families which occupies a lot of badly-written space - see character A jump off a roof with no warning because she saw her friend and a guy she likes shop together! See character B become a drug addict, randomly, for half an episode! See character C go from a sweet-natured, well-adjusted guy to an abuser for no reason and then get runover by a car! See character D decide to become a 16-yr-old mother! See character E slit her wrists out of the blue. The character progression was more of an inexplicable zombie lurch and the supposedly big emotional moments were so badly prepared and out-of-whack I was kind of laughing. Oh well.

Home!

Jan. 2nd, 2010 11:19 pm
dangermousie: (Default)
Am back home. Mr Mousie and I watched more Friday Night Lights (up through 1.14) and I love that show more and more. Am too exhausted to meta, so for now, all I am going to say is, Jason and Lyla getting married is about the worst idea ever.

Also watched Akai Ito jdrama on the plane - all of it. No, the flight was not that long, but fast-forwarding will get you everywhere. AI is based on a cellphone novel but unlike the inspired, over-the-top lunacy of a fellow cellphone novel adaptation Koizora, sadly, AI isn't deliciously trashy, it's just badly-written in a lowkey kind of way. The two protagonists are lovely, well-adjusted people, even if I am hard-pressed to buy the supposed epicness of their love (chance cake-sharing at 8, a bit of middle school dating, and then getting back together in high school in a fairly mundane manner does not a star-crossed couple make) - in another drama, their very low-keyness and lack of OTT in their relationship would have been a nice bit of slice-of-life drama gem. Unfortunately, this is a cellphone novel so instead we get random insanity courtesy of their friends and families which occupies a lot of badly-written space - see character A jump off a roof with no warning because she saw her friend and a guy she likes shop together! See character B become a drug addict, randomly, for half an episode! See character C go from a sweet-natured, well-adjusted guy to an abuser for no reason and then get runover by a car! See character D decide to become a 16-yr-old mother! See character E slit her wrists out of the blue. The character progression was more of an inexplicable zombie lurch and the supposedly big emotional moments were so badly prepared and out-of-whack I was kind of laughing. Oh well.
dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
OK, I have fallen. Comms for Friday Night Lights fic - where are they?

Also, the "Lee Byung Hun has an insane ex-girlfriend" saga continues. Apparently she gave an interview in which it came out that he didn't even promise to marry her but (I quote) "Lee Byung-hun introduced me to his friends and family and acted as if we were going to get married." Bwahahahaha. You have got to be kidding me. It means, lady, he dated you (and was serious about you if he inroduced you to people) and then later it all went to pieces and he dumped you for some reason (probably because you are INSANE and he came home to blood on the walls and possibly a boiled bunny) but I fail to see the grounds for a breach-of-promise lawsuit and/or blackmail and/or gangsters. Relationships fail every day. Move on. Possibly far far away from Korea before the enraged netizen fangirls find you and tear you limb from limb :P
dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
OK, I have fallen. Comms for Friday Night Lights fic - where are they?

Also, the "Lee Byung Hun has an insane ex-girlfriend" saga continues. Apparently she gave an interview in which it came out that he didn't even promise to marry her but (I quote) "Lee Byung-hun introduced me to his friends and family and acted as if we were going to get married." Bwahahahaha. You have got to be kidding me. It means, lady, he dated you (and was serious about you if he inroduced you to people) and then later it all went to pieces and he dumped you for some reason (probably because you are INSANE and he came home to blood on the walls and possibly a boiled bunny) but I fail to see the grounds for a breach-of-promise lawsuit and/or blackmail and/or gangsters. Relationships fail every day. Move on. Possibly far far away from Korea before the enraged netizen fangirls find you and tear you limb from limb :P
dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
OK, I have fallen. Comms for Friday Night Lights fic - where are they?

Also, the "Lee Byung Hun has an insane ex-girlfriend" saga continues. Apparently she gave an interview in which it came out that he didn't even promise to marry her but (I quote) "Lee Byung-hun introduced me to his friends and family and acted as if we were going to get married." Bwahahahaha. You have got to be kidding me. It means, lady, he dated you (and was serious about you if he inroduced you to people) and then later it all went to pieces and he dumped you for some reason (probably because you are INSANE and he came home to blood on the walls and possibly a boiled bunny) but I fail to see the grounds for a breach-of-promise lawsuit and/or blackmail and/or gangsters. Relationships fail every day. Move on. Possibly far far away from Korea before the enraged netizen fangirls find you and tear you limb from limb :P
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
We had to stop last night at ep 10 of Friday Night Lights because it was late and because I was worried any more marathonning and I'd pick up a Texas accent.

It's Different for Girls - you bet it is! )
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
We had to stop last night at ep 10 of Friday Night Lights because it was late and because I was worried any more marathonning and I'd pick up a Texas accent.

It's Different for Girls - you bet it is! )
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
We had to stop last night at ep 10 of Friday Night Lights because it was late and because I was worried any more marathonning and I'd pick up a Texas accent.

It's Different for Girls - you bet it is! )
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal sit by miss_dian)
I am sort of obsessed with Friday Night Lights - I am on episode 9 already and the best part is Mr. Mousie and I have the best time together watching it.

So good. I have to say, I find Lyla most interesting of all the characters so far even if not likeable at all - I do wish she'd break up with Jason for good (and then stay single for a while - she needs to go to college, not have datingpalooza). Her persistence on trying to win him back is rather sad - I don't think she really loves him, because when you love someone you don't have an affair with the guy's best friend. And I am not sure she ever loved him, more of a picture of what they were supposed to be together. So just let go! I think she is trying to hold on because that is what you are supposed to do but in a way she is self-sabotaging the relationship the best she can, even if unconsciously (because really - his best friend? And it's not as if she was trying to have a relationship - in fact every time Tim tried to turn it into one she'd bluntly remind him she wanted him for sex only. That gal is great on self-esteem of two guys at once.) So yes - I feel sorry for her, trapped in a small town, and her good girl paradigm, and her own expectations. She needs to go to a college in Massachusetts or maybe Oregon. Somewhere far far away where she can just be herself and to actually discover what that herself is.

Still adore Matt, Coach and Mrs. Coach, Tyra, Landry, and of course Tim Riggins (Texan roughnecks don't go for therapists but that boy could sure use one). Still ship Tim/Lyla like whoa - probably because I am all about flaming trainwrecks in the making. I like Coach/Mrs in a very realistic way. Matt/Julie have a ridiculous cuteness potential but I can't ship them because they are such babies and I just feel maternal and want to tell her not to use that much lipstick and get him some meatloaf and maybe get them mittens and a bit of a sex-ed talk.

Not particularly interested in Jason (though feel sorry for him) and Smash's "Lifetime Movie of the Week" storyline isn't my thing but it's well-done. Adore Smash himself though.

Am I crazy or do Tyra and Tim's older brother have some lovely chemistry?

In conclusion - I space out a bit whenever Tim Riggins does his tortured sullen bad boy bit. Angst more, pretty boy, angst more.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal sit by miss_dian)
I am sort of obsessed with Friday Night Lights - I am on episode 9 already and the best part is Mr. Mousie and I have the best time together watching it.

So good. I have to say, I find Lyla most interesting of all the characters so far even if not likeable at all - I do wish she'd break up with Jason for good (and then stay single for a while - she needs to go to college, not have datingpalooza). Her persistence on trying to win him back is rather sad - I don't think she really loves him, because when you love someone you don't have an affair with the guy's best friend. And I am not sure she ever loved him, more of a picture of what they were supposed to be together. So just let go! I think she is trying to hold on because that is what you are supposed to do but in a way she is self-sabotaging the relationship the best she can, even if unconsciously (because really - his best friend? And it's not as if she was trying to have a relationship - in fact every time Tim tried to turn it into one she'd bluntly remind him she wanted him for sex only. That gal is great on self-esteem of two guys at once.) So yes - I feel sorry for her, trapped in a small town, and her good girl paradigm, and her own expectations. She needs to go to a college in Massachusetts or maybe Oregon. Somewhere far far away where she can just be herself and to actually discover what that herself is.

Still adore Matt, Coach and Mrs. Coach, Tyra, Landry, and of course Tim Riggins (Texan roughnecks don't go for therapists but that boy could sure use one). Still ship Tim/Lyla like whoa - probably because I am all about flaming trainwrecks in the making. I like Coach/Mrs in a very realistic way. Matt/Julie have a ridiculous cuteness potential but I can't ship them because they are such babies and I just feel maternal and want to tell her not to use that much lipstick and get him some meatloaf and maybe get them mittens and a bit of a sex-ed talk.

Not particularly interested in Jason (though feel sorry for him) and Smash's "Lifetime Movie of the Week" storyline isn't my thing but it's well-done. Adore Smash himself though.

Am I crazy or do Tyra and Tim's older brother have some lovely chemistry?

In conclusion - I space out a bit whenever Tim Riggins does his tortured sullen bad boy bit. Angst more, pretty boy, angst more.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal sit by miss_dian)
I am sort of obsessed with Friday Night Lights - I am on episode 9 already and the best part is Mr. Mousie and I have the best time together watching it.

So good. I have to say, I find Lyla most interesting of all the characters so far even if not likeable at all - I do wish she'd break up with Jason for good (and then stay single for a while - she needs to go to college, not have datingpalooza). Her persistence on trying to win him back is rather sad - I don't think she really loves him, because when you love someone you don't have an affair with the guy's best friend. And I am not sure she ever loved him, more of a picture of what they were supposed to be together. So just let go! I think she is trying to hold on because that is what you are supposed to do but in a way she is self-sabotaging the relationship the best she can, even if unconsciously (because really - his best friend? And it's not as if she was trying to have a relationship - in fact every time Tim tried to turn it into one she'd bluntly remind him she wanted him for sex only. That gal is great on self-esteem of two guys at once.) So yes - I feel sorry for her, trapped in a small town, and her good girl paradigm, and her own expectations. She needs to go to a college in Massachusetts or maybe Oregon. Somewhere far far away where she can just be herself and to actually discover what that herself is.

Still adore Matt, Coach and Mrs. Coach, Tyra, Landry, and of course Tim Riggins (Texan roughnecks don't go for therapists but that boy could sure use one). Still ship Tim/Lyla like whoa - probably because I am all about flaming trainwrecks in the making. I like Coach/Mrs in a very realistic way. Matt/Julie have a ridiculous cuteness potential but I can't ship them because they are such babies and I just feel maternal and want to tell her not to use that much lipstick and get him some meatloaf and maybe get them mittens and a bit of a sex-ed talk.

Not particularly interested in Jason (though feel sorry for him) and Smash's "Lifetime Movie of the Week" storyline isn't my thing but it's well-done. Adore Smash himself though.

Am I crazy or do Tyra and Tim's older brother have some lovely chemistry?

In conclusion - I space out a bit whenever Tim Riggins does his tortured sullen bad boy bit. Angst more, pretty boy, angst more.
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: smile by kycoo)


Ohhhh, Tim/Lyla, you do something funny to my insides.

Seriously, someone is being very KIND to me. A church-going golden good girl who was doing things because she was supposed to, not necessarily because she wanted to do them, and is beginning to discover what she wants may not be what she is supposed to want. And a screwed-up bad boy best friend of her paralyzed boyfriend with enough issues to start his own magazine.

Oh YES.

I always go for the dysfunctional ones, don't I?

Side note: Lyla's "I have feelings for Jason so let me stuck my tongue down your throat" rationale for continuous make-outs made me lol and lol. I never thought anyone used the song "She reminds me of you" as a real-life excuse.

In other news, my incipient love for Matt became a full-blown adoration during that 'fight' with the rival team - of all the teen characters, he's by far the best guy, the most decent one. The way he takes care of his Grandmother and the way he doesn't feel secure in wanting things, and the way he is inarticulate. Oh. I want Julie to like him back because he should have everything he wants.

I adore Mr & Mrs Coach - this is the best, most realistic portrayal of a functional adult marriage I have seen on American TV.

I continue to dwell on the emotional poverty/desperation of this small town where high school football is the most important thing - it's such a proxy for everything else. You can dwell on it so you won't have to dwell on actual emptiness of life.

I am a bad person, but I am getting bored with Jason, even if he is a lovely person. Blahblah being a paraplegic sucks and it's a slow road to recovery. All very true, but I am not interested, thank you.

In conclusion: Tim/Lyla! Ahhh, American TV OTPs, I missed you!
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: smile by kycoo)


Ohhhh, Tim/Lyla, you do something funny to my insides.

Seriously, someone is being very KIND to me. A church-going golden good girl who was doing things because she was supposed to, not necessarily because she wanted to do them, and is beginning to discover what she wants may not be what she is supposed to want. And a screwed-up bad boy best friend of her paralyzed boyfriend with enough issues to start his own magazine.

Oh YES.

I always go for the dysfunctional ones, don't I?

Side note: Lyla's "I have feelings for Jason so let me stuck my tongue down your throat" rationale for continuous make-outs made me lol and lol. I never thought anyone used the song "She reminds me of you" as a real-life excuse.

In other news, my incipient love for Matt became a full-blown adoration during that 'fight' with the rival team - of all the teen characters, he's by far the best guy, the most decent one. The way he takes care of his Grandmother and the way he doesn't feel secure in wanting things, and the way he is inarticulate. Oh. I want Julie to like him back because he should have everything he wants.

I adore Mr & Mrs Coach - this is the best, most realistic portrayal of a functional adult marriage I have seen on American TV.

I continue to dwell on the emotional poverty/desperation of this small town where high school football is the most important thing - it's such a proxy for everything else. You can dwell on it so you won't have to dwell on actual emptiness of life.

I am a bad person, but I am getting bored with Jason, even if he is a lovely person. Blahblah being a paraplegic sucks and it's a slow road to recovery. All very true, but I am not interested, thank you.

In conclusion: Tim/Lyla! Ahhh, American TV OTPs, I missed you!
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: smile by kycoo)


Ohhhh, Tim/Lyla, you do something funny to my insides.

Seriously, someone is being very KIND to me. A church-going golden good girl who was doing things because she was supposed to, not necessarily because she wanted to do them, and is beginning to discover what she wants may not be what she is supposed to want. And a screwed-up bad boy best friend of her paralyzed boyfriend with enough issues to start his own magazine.

Oh YES.

I always go for the dysfunctional ones, don't I?

Side note: Lyla's "I have feelings for Jason so let me stuck my tongue down your throat" rationale for continuous make-outs made me lol and lol. I never thought anyone used the song "She reminds me of you" as a real-life excuse.

In other news, my incipient love for Matt became a full-blown adoration during that 'fight' with the rival team - of all the teen characters, he's by far the best guy, the most decent one. The way he takes care of his Grandmother and the way he doesn't feel secure in wanting things, and the way he is inarticulate. Oh. I want Julie to like him back because he should have everything he wants.

I adore Mr & Mrs Coach - this is the best, most realistic portrayal of a functional adult marriage I have seen on American TV.

I continue to dwell on the emotional poverty/desperation of this small town where high school football is the most important thing - it's such a proxy for everything else. You can dwell on it so you won't have to dwell on actual emptiness of life.

I am a bad person, but I am getting bored with Jason, even if he is a lovely person. Blahblah being a paraplegic sucks and it's a slow road to recovery. All very true, but I am not interested, thank you.

In conclusion: Tim/Lyla! Ahhh, American TV OTPs, I missed you!
dangermousie: (VM: V/L kiss by frenchscent)
Watched eps 2 and 3 of Friday Night Lights.

I wonder what happens when your paralyzed best friend's girlfriend slaps you as you walk home all soaked from the rain? Geeee. Guess.

WHY, HALLO THERE, KDRAMA:








We know why I am watching, don't we?

Other thoughts can be summed up as:

* Still want to make Matt Saracen soup. Only now I also want to feed him a pie and possibly knit him a hat. Except I do not know how to knit.

* For God's sake, people! It's only high school football, not Doctors Without Borders! Get over it and stop taking it so damn seriously. If high school football is what you live for, perhaps you should reevaluate your life. Come on - send them to study groups, not midnight practices. Maybe there's a hidden mathlete among them - you can do it!

* And you kids, stop drinking yourself to death/getting others to do homework for you/spending all your time at practice and actually study - maybe you'll get a job other than carwash or gas station.

* Lyla, how about you tell your newly paralyzed boyfriend that since your easy ride as his gf is over, you are going to be seeing him a little less because you'll be hitting the books and trying to get into college so you can have a well-paying job. Not that you are going to be seeing him less because you are going to be feasting on the tonsils of his dead sexy alcoholic best friend. Not that I blame you, girl. Not that I blame you. Seriously. The former will get you a way out. The latter will only give you herpes.

* Tyra is awesome and tries hard but her future is to end up a prematurely wrinkled 45-yr-old running a road house.

* Everyone in this show needs to get out of Texas. And maybe go to college. Except for Tim Riggins who needs to go to an AA meeting or dozen. Preferably shirtless.

I do have a bunch of serious metaish thoughts but too exhausted so that will have to wait for another day.
dangermousie: (VM: V/L kiss by frenchscent)
Watched eps 2 and 3 of Friday Night Lights.

I wonder what happens when your paralyzed best friend's girlfriend slaps you as you walk home all soaked from the rain? Geeee. Guess.

WHY, HALLO THERE, KDRAMA:








We know why I am watching, don't we?

Other thoughts can be summed up as:

* Still want to make Matt Saracen soup. Only now I also want to feed him a pie and possibly knit him a hat. Except I do not know how to knit.

* For God's sake, people! It's only high school football, not Doctors Without Borders! Get over it and stop taking it so damn seriously. If high school football is what you live for, perhaps you should reevaluate your life. Come on - send them to study groups, not midnight practices. Maybe there's a hidden mathlete among them - you can do it!

* And you kids, stop drinking yourself to death/getting others to do homework for you/spending all your time at practice and actually study - maybe you'll get a job other than carwash or gas station.

* Lyla, how about you tell your newly paralyzed boyfriend that since your easy ride as his gf is over, you are going to be seeing him a little less because you'll be hitting the books and trying to get into college so you can have a well-paying job. Not that you are going to be seeing him less because you are going to be feasting on the tonsils of his dead sexy alcoholic best friend. Not that I blame you, girl. Not that I blame you. Seriously. The former will get you a way out. The latter will only give you herpes.

* Tyra is awesome and tries hard but her future is to end up a prematurely wrinkled 45-yr-old running a road house.

* Everyone in this show needs to get out of Texas. And maybe go to college. Except for Tim Riggins who needs to go to an AA meeting or dozen. Preferably shirtless.

I do have a bunch of serious metaish thoughts but too exhausted so that will have to wait for another day.
dangermousie: (VM: V/L kiss by frenchscent)
Watched eps 2 and 3 of Friday Night Lights.

I wonder what happens when your paralyzed best friend's girlfriend slaps you as you walk home all soaked from the rain? Geeee. Guess.

WHY, HALLO THERE, KDRAMA:








We know why I am watching, don't we?

Other thoughts can be summed up as:

* Still want to make Matt Saracen soup. Only now I also want to feed him a pie and possibly knit him a hat. Except I do not know how to knit.

* For God's sake, people! It's only high school football, not Doctors Without Borders! Get over it and stop taking it so damn seriously. If high school football is what you live for, perhaps you should reevaluate your life. Come on - send them to study groups, not midnight practices. Maybe there's a hidden mathlete among them - you can do it!

* And you kids, stop drinking yourself to death/getting others to do homework for you/spending all your time at practice and actually study - maybe you'll get a job other than carwash or gas station.

* Lyla, how about you tell your newly paralyzed boyfriend that since your easy ride as his gf is over, you are going to be seeing him a little less because you'll be hitting the books and trying to get into college so you can have a well-paying job. Not that you are going to be seeing him less because you are going to be feasting on the tonsils of his dead sexy alcoholic best friend. Not that I blame you, girl. Not that I blame you. Seriously. The former will get you a way out. The latter will only give you herpes.

* Tyra is awesome and tries hard but her future is to end up a prematurely wrinkled 45-yr-old running a road house.

* Everyone in this show needs to get out of Texas. And maybe go to college. Except for Tim Riggins who needs to go to an AA meeting or dozen. Preferably shirtless.

I do have a bunch of serious metaish thoughts but too exhausted so that will have to wait for another day.
dangermousie: (Default)
I have watched the pilot episode of Friday Night Lights, a show that follows a football-mad small West Texas town, and...

I am in love.



I haven't fallen so hard and so fast for an American show dince the pilot of Veronica Mars, all those years ago.

I know nothing about football - I did go to high school in a small Southern town so this show is a mixture of very familiar - the accents and the niceness and pervasiveness of religion (it's like my high school in that way, even if I never paid attention to football) and the strange - the rest of it is rather like science fiction to me - unfamiliar but recognizable.

Mr. Mousie, though shocked I wanted to watch a show about high-school football, wanted to watch the pilot with me and he loved it as much as I did (probably more - he played football in high school and said so much of this was familiar). Now he wants to watch the whole show with me. YESSS.

This ep was an introduction to all the characters. I like the Coach, adore his wife, and think their daughter is a really believable teenager. Smash might be my favorite so far, together with Tim Riggins (so abrasive, so built like a truck, so pretty).



Matt Saracen seems like a good guy (I want to make him soup), I am totally in love with Tim's slutty girlfriend (she is AWESOME) and I feel dreadfully sorry for Jason Street and his gf Lyla.

Anyway, this is SO GOOD. You guys, so GOOD.

Why did it take me this long to check this out?
dangermousie: (Default)
I have watched the pilot episode of Friday Night Lights, a show that follows a football-mad small West Texas town, and...

I am in love.



I haven't fallen so hard and so fast for an American show dince the pilot of Veronica Mars, all those years ago.

I know nothing about football - I did go to high school in a small Southern town so this show is a mixture of very familiar - the accents and the niceness and pervasiveness of religion (it's like my high school in that way, even if I never paid attention to football) and the strange - the rest of it is rather like science fiction to me - unfamiliar but recognizable.

Mr. Mousie, though shocked I wanted to watch a show about high-school football, wanted to watch the pilot with me and he loved it as much as I did (probably more - he played football in high school and said so much of this was familiar). Now he wants to watch the whole show with me. YESSS.

This ep was an introduction to all the characters. I like the Coach, adore his wife, and think their daughter is a really believable teenager. Smash might be my favorite so far, together with Tim Riggins (so abrasive, so built like a truck, so pretty).



Matt Saracen seems like a good guy (I want to make him soup), I am totally in love with Tim's slutty girlfriend (she is AWESOME) and I feel dreadfully sorry for Jason Street and his gf Lyla.

Anyway, this is SO GOOD. You guys, so GOOD.

Why did it take me this long to check this out?

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