made by risti
Terri's up to her mischief again, and is checking up on your perspective.
I don't know if Will always gets this. That's why I wanted him to take that accounting position. So that his life would be a balance of work, which he may not enjoy, but it would allow us to be happier at home, because we'd have more freedom to do all the things we need to do. That's the way life is supposed to be. You balance an unhappy work life with a happy home life. Sometimes I think Will has this reversed, and he spends all his time making sure he's happy at work, and then, well.
So, to teach you the importance of balance, I've had Howard prepare a list of questions. Be sure to think hard on this. It's a very important lesson for your future life, trust me!
- A lot has gone down in the past few months in Lima, Ohio, and sometimes it seems like there might be more time to get things accomplished if people spent a little less time singing and dancing. Then again, everything besides the singing in this small town is pretty depressing.
- How do you feel the balance between the singing and plot-pacing has been so far?
- Which episodes did the best job of this, and which left room for improvement?
- What storylines are you tired of seeing, and who is stealing the show and need to be given a chance in the spotlight?
- What plot points left you feeling like they needed to be better fleshed out?
- What motivations do you want explained, do you have your own theories?
- How far is too far, when things just start to get ridiculous?
- How do you feel the series has balanced out it's over-the-top characters and plotlines with the more realistic aspects of the show.
- What are some of the dangers of dipping too far into the caricature methodology?
- Would the show be as interesting if the people involved were more "normal"?