I loved the interaction between Jeremy and "normal people", it's such a classic concept but still pretty sophisticated. Especially when Kyle's trying to explain to Jeremy about the gay guy, after he's gotten all excited by it. Excellent scene. "What's a orifice?" Ahaha.
And I love the interview format. Is that taken directly out of some movie? I know it's a bit of a standard thing but the interviews with that background music remind me of something which I can't totally place my finger on. It's also great that the questions become weirder and more incomprehensible until finally asking whether they'd date Jeremy, almost like revealing an ulterior motive to make fun of him. It works on so many levels.
One thing; Jeremy telling the story that sounds so ideal it's gotta be fake, but then turning out to be real in 6? That's pretty weird.
Finally, the song at the end just totally cracks me up, especially the full mp3 version with the backing vocals.
hah totally agreed!
i just think jeremy overdid the story that should come true a tiny bit. and "the kiss" he was talking about was probably just on his cheek. ^^
its such an intelligent plot throughout the series. and very cunny humour.
i love it alot.
To be quite honest, that was some butt ugly girls. Where do you find them. In the far corners in canada?
well they may havent been all models, but they were all very natural and funny. just the critic one was overacting abit. but that was maybe because u had to remember her in one of the further episodes... did work pretty well.
now. id like to see your face =)