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to be honest i don't remember this show. cept that it was about a cute spacey girl with glasses with a French name. Fleur or something. and that it was from New Zealand, which is just as cool as Canada. i discovered it while crosscountrying with my grandparents as we made a pit stop in a dusty Arkansas barn to visit our heretofore unknown country cousins. when the son got disappointed that i wouldn't be wingmanning him at the club that evening, he thought i was much older, i was older but inexperienced, they all retired for the night leaving me alone in the den with a deer blanket and a glowing tv. i saw the "Under the Bridge" video for the first time then i flipped to this strange quirk of a show. it was fascinating. i felt i was cheating, breaking the law, watching something verboten from illegal cable that was never meant for American eyes. it was awesome enough. it was Degrassi with accents (i'm not sure how Zealanders pronounce the word sorry). it was that HBO show Dream On without the carpet nudity. yeah i could only watch the first part of that one episode, i had to ride my bike in the morning across a dusty cornfield trail for the experience, but it would have been nice to see how the whole thing concluded. i'm sure she graduated and snagged her dream boy. they don't want to get into the messy future, i understand, it's for teens. the three kids, divorce, college. in that order.
dating is a shame. like take that promo trailer. i get it, you're working on the show and Moulin Rouge, the Star Wars reissues, wrestling, Titanic, the Leo Romeo + Juliet, and The Matrix are all the rage. you're not thinking about how horribly dated this stuff will be later. and Gone with the Wind is always relevant i guess, even the porno of it. you're living only in the present moment, which is a good place to live.
also for BYU cos think about it, if Gonzaga wins tonight BYU is the best team in the country cos they were the only ones to beat the Zags this year.
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