Find Me On:
Love the music.
I will listen to Jim Carrey’s comical love letter on loop to remind myself why we fight.
College is awesome in the sense that you on your own with responsibilities and studying what you want to study and blah blah blah all good stuff. In terms of the student body I guess I just had this idea in my head that college would be some bohemian haven of academica and pop culture where everyone would just be those ideal friends you think exist outside the realm of high school. But in reality, I don’t think those people exist, or at least not in the droves I assumed they would. That’s what made me disconnect from Undeclared right away. It’s like he just finds his best buds the second he walks into the building and they all live right by each other and it’s just one big happy family.
And I guess it’s anyone’s fault if you whenever you have a shitty time by that logic because ‘it’s only up to you to have a good time.’ I’m just saying college is not the magical place that you think it is in high school; it’s when I realized people are shitty everywhere not just within my microcosm. I realize that’s my own idealized view versus reality and not college per say but I still associate that realization with the college experience.
Yeah seriously. I mean this isn’t Lost, where filler episodes are just an excuse to not answer questions and concentrate on the backstories of the complex psyches of Pablo and Nikki (ugh). Marie in weirdo mode might not be x-acto knife throat-slitting action but I still find it pretty damn compelling. And well-acted.