There is corny and then there is real corny…hopefully another stupid story line is nearing its end. Neal and Rod need to hire some creative writing talent.
In the middle 1800’s The Elmer, a clipper ship sailing the Indian Ocean encountered heavy seas which caused the hull to take water. The crew considered abandoning ship but a passenger who was a Hindu priest began chanting and miraculously, the hull planking stopped leaking. It was acknowledged that it was ‘The Ghuru that held the ship together’. Thus was born Elmers’ Ghuru’.
In all reality , Can I ask you a question Kelly ? What does a smart , good looking woman like yourself see in a dead end loser like Kaz , you could do so much better .
It was unavoidable. Kaz’ Great Grandparents came to America aboard The Losertania.
Makin’ moves on Coach’s girl, Joe?
We were thinking about having Kelly tell Joe that she is due for a break and ask him whether he wanted to “Netflix and Chill.” But Netflix is still decades away for Milford and we have to get to basketball before the season ends.
P1, Sicily. I plan on learning all I can and then taking control of the Milford Mafia.
P2, So, Joe’s hot for teacher’s girlfriend.
…ripped off from the Seinfeld episode where Elaine fell for “Vincent”…
Kudos to t-car for posting the link to John Anderson’s “Seminole Wind.” Reminded me of something Hillbilly Jim might play on his Moonshine Matinee. Joe the Toe had that smug Funky Winkerbean look. Kapowski is a crazed looking travel agent in P2 as Bolek shines.
Why are GT characters introduced as sophomores and juniors then we rarely see them again?
“Could this be the start of a beautiful friendship?”
Sophomoric story arcs.
Dammit, I thought about predicting “Cinema Paradiso” but I thought it was too recent. Though I guess to Joe Bolek, movies made in 1988 are classics.
Is that Kelly in P2? She looks like Mayim Bialik from the Blossom show.
Kelly would really be thinking, “Damn it, I thought I had a customer. If we don’t do some business soon, we’ll fold.”
After Sgt. Hulka welcomed his platoon to Italy, he skipped the tearful reunion. He wanted to bust their butts and make them into a crack unit, the best in the European Command. The EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle is the perfect road trip/tailgating machine to travel in comfort to away games.
She’s also thinking “…I gotta sell this schmuck the biggest package that I can to get him to Italy…better play the Kaz’ card as best I can…”
I didn’t know they still had travel agents….How come when I was in High School I didn’t have older women from travel agencies hitting on me…She’s lucky she’s not a teacher…now I bet she invites Joe to watch some movies and get the bottomless popcorn box out….
Shouldn’t Joe wait until after he’s finished his World Geography class before he makes his move on the teacher’s girlfriend?
OK, who are we kidding. No one in the history of Milford High School has ever flunked World Geography (AKA “Maps for Morons”). Kaz’s final exam consists of one question: “Name two continents whose name ends in ‘America’.” (Kaz will accept East America and West America as being close enough, since he’s really not sure himself.)
Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale…
Now Kelly and Joe can have a ribald, movie loving affair right under Kaz’s nose (hey, it’d make a more interesting storyline than we normally get.)
Actually soporific story arc.
First Zatoichi, then Cinema Paradiso. If the the next reference is The Triplets of Belleville, I’ll start to think Neal Rubin and Rod Whigham are looking at the DVD shelf above my computer monitor.