Boston Public 5/6/2002

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  1. Shayne Lebrun

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    Hmm. We had a gay student at a catholic school sue over the right to bring his boyfriend to the prom.

    (why the hell have I been confusing 'quote' and 'spoiler' these days? But who cares, I don't think BP is rebroadcast at any point)

    Jeri Ryan's blue shirt with the white patterns: DAMN!

    Jeri Ryan's new 'Chloe/wotshername from MutantX' haircut: boo.

    Whutsherface, the homeless girl, suffers from 'she's all that' syndrome; you can tell she's the freak because she doesn't wear makeup. Or course, as soon as they do put her in makeup, which I'm sure they will, as she triumphantly shows up at the prom, everybody will be 'dang, that's hot.'

    Goober fainting...priceless! I laughed so hard, I woke up the kids.
     
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  3. Shayne Lebrun

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    Then Harper ripping into the shoe-fetish lady. THAT was damn funny too!

    Definately a pendulum swing from last week's episode; lots of comedy.
     
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    I've got to write some fan mail to the cast of this show...I'm really starting to develop favorites here [​IMG]..
    Some other notes. Harvey Lipshits was going along perfectly the entire episode, but it just seemed so out of character for him not to insert some sort of racist remark, and toward the end, 'There he goes!", heh. That being said, I sort of liked the new Harvey. Almost as if having an African American for a son changed his ways a little.
    The Transvestite(?)Student. I can accept(Edit: Tough to kind of understand it when you don't live the life. I retract the original statement, heh) gay and lesbian lifestyle. More power to them. But transvestites I've never understood. Hope no one takes this as an insult, but it just plain looks rediculous. You where born a man, or you where born a woman, whats so tough to understand about that? Although, now that I think about it, would a Tomboy be the female equivalant, or is that something totally different?
    Goober. Dear god I hope I don't wind up like this guy when I get older. I'm bad enough as it is when approaching a cute girl [​IMG]. Although, I have to agree with some of the characters about this prom buisness. To me, who didn't become even semi popular untill Junior year, I still think it's nothing but a party for the popular, who can outshine who with the most expensive stuff.. I don't really see a need for it. An Informal Prom would be much more fun. That being said, Even though I never went to one before, I DID go to my senior one dateless. How embarrasing is it that your friends asked their dates to dance with you, considering you couldn't find your own? [​IMG]
     
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    I also had a LOL moment when Guber met the floor with his butt.

    I find the whole Guber-Lauren thing strange considering the initial start of the series 2 seasons ago when Lauren thought Guber was basically harassing her, but now 2 years later, with a meeting of the minds, she's receptive to Guber's advances. Strange line between being thought of as a "stalker" or an acceptable "courter".

    Senate got in a good line or two (when Steven was all flustered about Robin). The sarcasm Steven gave the Slipper/Shoe lady was classic (I'm sure the crew must have busted out laughing on the set after they filmed that scene).
     
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    >>Senate got in a good line or two (when Steven was all flustered about Robin). The sarcasm Steven gave the Slipper/Shoe lady was classic (I'm sure the crew must have busted out laughing on the set after they filmed that scene). >>

    We're is this fabled quote buttonguys? I can't seem to spot it...

    This was also a hilarious scene. For some reason, I think this show works best when they focus on the comedy. Can't help but wonder how many of the actors where trained in this form...
     

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