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I hope that someone out there can identify the metal music that is
playing in the background during the scene where Lloyd is in his
philosophy class. I tried looking it up online with no success. I
rented the dvds from Blockbuster so I don't have the set booklet which
probably has the information I am looking for. I'm thinking that it
might be Slipknot but still haven't pinned it down. Thanks for the
Not the best episode by far, but the series as a whole is fairly entertaining. But in my opinion, it is far less funny than Freaks and Geeks. And their dorm rooms are huge! I lived in a 10' x 14' room for three years. Not realistic.
This episode is terrible, and it has nothing to do with any
"controversial" content (it's too shallow to skewer any religion
properly). It presents a simple and unrealistic view of Christianity:
that just reading the Bible will turn you into a brainwashed, mindless
Christian. And it's even worse when it comes to Existentialism, which
this episode portrays as meaning that nothing matters, so you shouldn't
try. That's about the OPPOSITE of existentialism. Existentialism was
all about trying to find a reason to live (they were anti-suicide!).
Even if I wasn't insulted by the way Christianity and Existentialism were portrayed, I would still dislike this episode because the sudden character changes that Steven and Lloyd go through are boring and don't develop the characters.
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