In High School often times there are legends from years past to which tales transcend through the generations. Ronnie Ray is probably the biggest legend in Santo Domingo's history and the ... See full summary »

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In High School often times there are legends from years past to which tales transcend through the generations. Ronnie Ray is probably the biggest legend in Santo Domingo's history and the legend returns to be honored. When Parker digs deeper into Ronnie Ray's High School career he unearths several disappointments and finds this hero still lives in the past. Parker sees first hand that sometimes legends should remain legends as reality is the ultimate buzz-kill. Written by Anonymous

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The High School hero grew up
18 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

When you watch some episodes and then see them 15 years later you catch things from a different perspective sometimes. Case in point: There are 2 sides to this episode. From the Parker standpoint you see the old High School hero come back to town and one would think, "Wow, that's Ronnie Ray Rasmus!". Then after being out of High School for a solid 10 years you see the perspective of Ronnie. After seeing people from High School who haven't made anything of their lives and literally still have the mentality they had in High School you get a sense of sadness. Ronnie Ray embodies this perfectly. While he was a god in High School he hasn't changed since the day he left. It's rather ironic considering episode 204: "Future Shock" where Parker was somewhat in the 'past Ronnie' phase. He was a king in High School and didn't think one second about post-High School. If this episode played right after that episode they'd compliment each other well. While the end of the episode was rather depressing it's true to life and very easy to relate to... Very good episode!


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