Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Something interesting that no one cares about.

I Write Like

It does some statistical analysis on your writing and spits out a similar author. I put in like six of my posts from this blog (just the first segment with the meat of the review) and got a few different authors. The only consistency was Vonnegut who came up three times, in particular for Rah Rah, New Year, and Bay Window. I'm pleased with that. 

And this short story I'm "working on" gave me Palahniuk. 

I'm really tempted to plug in Christian's too, but I don't want to take the fun away from him.

Monday, February 22, 2016

You guys, it's Sean's BIRTHDAY!

Everyone wish Sean a HAPPY BIRTHDAY for today is his BIRTHDAY. He is 24 years old today! Awwww! He's the baby of the duo! Gotta love him!

You might think a February 22nd birthday means he's an Aquarius, the greatest zodiac sign of all. But no, he missed out by a few days. He's a Pisces. That's only okay.

I. Am. Drunk. My birthday event at the bar was 3 guys and 2 girls, so it wasn't a total sausage fest. We had a lot of interesting conversation topics, but none of them was Boy Meets World, so my love for everyone who reads this blog will never die. I wish everyone could understand what an amazing show it was. It genuinely impacted my life in a way that no other show has. 

I love Boy Meets World so much. So very very dearly much. Thank you all for joining me. All I've ever wanted is to share in that love with other people. I'm so glad that Christian and everyone else is here with me. 

Believe in yourselves.



Do good.

You never gave up on me. Never once.

*edit* Shawn is the best character. This final scene is an absolute tear jerker, but what Shawn has to say to Feeny solidifies his position for the rest of eternity as my favorite character.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Episode Review: "Girl Meets Bay Window" (#2.29)

This episode is going to be an uphill battle for our friend Michael Jacobs. I am so sure it will be bad. Much work must be done to convince me otherwise. And I'll tell you this for free, they're not off to a good start.

Pictured: Humor (?)
I feel like this opening shot is the epitome of Girl Meets World. Riley makes this face with no context and no dialogue and the audience is laughing. That's it, that's the show right there. If Cory's a terrible teacher within the first two minutes, we've hit our quota for the day and everybody can go home. 

This episode's hook is satisfying. One of our best stories (Texas part 1) flourished because we finally got to see Riley and Maya in conflict, and here we are once more. Carry on Girl Meets World, you have my permission to live. 

For now.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Episode Review: "Girl Meets Commonism" (#2.28)

I know nothing about this episode except that it was filmed before Iran-Contra and it doesn't have Shawn. That leads to the following three questions, in order. Why, why not, and how many more times are we going to have to do this? 

But seriously, maybe it's good.

But probably not.