Let me start out by saying: this is an opinion in response to this article. I merely wish to put forth my perspective, to what was a perspective in the first place, as there were things said in this article that made me very uncomfortable. Ah, the meme in question. It is rather hilarious. They more seem to collect them and only leave them behind when severely burnt by the show.
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Patented Petersen Pout sez In fact, he is so upset by the whole thing that he has to take the Pout on the New York New York rollercoaster an excellent ride on which I myself have rid , the first appearance of a hobby which gets referenced many times in future episodes. The whole sequence of Grissom doing a mournful face while whizzing round the sky is absolute gold maybe one day I will set it to an appropriate soundtrack but I have selected a pout picture as particularly pleasing to my many fans ahem. Warrick thinks she's on ecstasy but I know it's just the PPP working its magic. Meanwhile a man if not a face we will soon grow to know and love makes his first appearance — step up step up David the assistant coroner! He's white I think we all know where this is going.
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Earlier this week, IndieWire's Sam Adams interviewed me, Mo Ryan, and Tim Goodman about the increasingly strange and outdated practice of reviewing new shows based just on the pilot episode. At one point, Sam asked what was the wrongest I ever was about a show's quality based on the pilot episode. It's not that I was predicting its outright failure or anything. I actually found the pilot interesting when I first watched it in the summer of , particularly in its visual style and its focus on forensic science, after most '90s cop shows had dwelled on interrogations as the best method of solving a case.
This week in all of "Top Model" gory, er, glory, one competitor has a panic attack, others meet with a dead body, and one models' body of work still just isn't good enough and she is sent packing home. With only eleven models remaining, the competition is getting downright fierce — so fierce, in fact, that one model has a freak out. That would be poor Kayla, the Kool-Aid hair-stained lesbian who vomits all over the floor randomly and begins to hyperventilate.