> Lisa or Jeff wrote in message <6a3s2a$f...@netaxs.com>...
> >As a Buffy fan, I decided to check out the Dawson's Creek that followed
> >and had been hyped to death in the last few months.
> >It was really bad, really bad. Totally unbelievable.
> >The only redeeming factor is all the characters are very hot to
> >look at. Katie Holmes is adorable.
Really? From recent media reports, I was beginning to think I might hate
this show as much as I hate "My So-Called Life" or "Ally McBeal".
Instead, I ended up liking it a lot more than I though I would...
> >Katie Holmes is adorable.
Indeed... <evil grin>
> Jeez, I didn't think it was that bad. It could certainly use some work, it
> was a little silly, but it has potential to be interesting.
I actually will sign off on this, in agreement. :)
> I certainly
> can't relate to any of the characters (what kind of high school in the
> middle of nowhere has a film theory class? - did I miss something in high
> school?), but that may because I'm not 15 anymore.
Hmmm... Let me put a different spin on this: I *can* relate to the
*characters*, but I can't relate to the *circumstances*. I liked all of
the characters to certain degrees, though I obviously liked Dawson and
Joey more than Jen or Pacey (but aren't you supposed to?!).
But a 40 year old teacher going after a fifteen year old? Another teacher
belting him in a theater?! Jen taunting her grandmother like she did?
Joey's pregnant unmarried sister (and guardian!)?
Seems highly unbelievable to me...
> I did get sick of hearing all the trendy music put in to grab people's
Neither did I. Musical 'vignettes' have been so misused in TV since "Miami
Vice" that I actually think they should stop using them all together.
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