I live in New York (grew up and went to college in North Carolina), I want to get into writing or film scoring (currently am a receptionist at a production company), and I'm helping my friend write an original zombie screenplay.
The best word to describe me is: Supercalifradgalisticixpialidocious Interests: music, TV and film, "that's what she said" jokes, writing, surfing Favorite movies: Princess Bride, Blazing Saddles, Hot Fuzz, In Bruges, Duck Soup, Once, Muppet Movie, Dr. Horrible, Lord of the Rings, 40 Year Old Virgin Favorite TV shows besides ATWT: Daily Show, Sesame Street, BSG, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, Time Warp, True Blood, Ace of Cakes, In Treatment, Whedonverse, South Park
What I love about Nuke:
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I love it because the relationship may be groundbreaking but it's also so very universal: the first experience of young love and possibly true love. And the actors do a great, believable, relatable job with it!
My favorite ATWT character: Gotta go with Noah. Then Emma, Lucinda, Luke, Emily, Holden, Casey, Janet, Bob, Jade, Jack, Vienna, Henry, Dallas, Tom, Aaron, Craig, Faith and Nat (maybe more the fanfic versions than show versions for them!), and I'm really starting to like Hunter and maybe this newest turn of Paul... and I miss Cheri, Rose, Maddie, and Dusty before he "died"
My favorite Nuke episode: I love the bench scene from the March 12, 2009 episode- a wonderfully acted, written, staged bit. And I love the scene from last winter when Noah explained to Luke why he didn't want to live in the dorms, and Luke asked him to move to the farm permanently. (loved it for the same reason!)
If I lived in Oakdale... I would hang out at Java all the time- it's obviously the only place where things go down!
If I was a writer... I'd do some more stories where the guys work together to solve a problem and don't argue all schizophrenically, I'd do a story exploring Noah's past/childhood, I'd do a story with the guys interacting with other characters, and I'd give them some sort of realistic (but still CBS-approved!) romance.