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High School Musical 2

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The Tannest Teenagers In Tan-Teenageville

Troy shoots hoops and finds himself joined by Gabriella, who still doesn't have enough gumption to be mad at him. He's in a U of A uniform, which he tells her he got from "the guys." He tells her he's leaving to practice with them for about an hour, but he'll come back and take her to a movie when he's done. He promises! She gently hassles him about the fact that he apparently already forgot the staff baseball game that's after work today, which he also "promised" to attend. He says he'll be there. He tries to tell her how "wild" everything is, and she sadly comments on the influence of "Italian golf shoes" over his life. "It doesn't seem like new stuff," she says. "It seems like a new Troy." He looks like either (1) he is sad; or (2) he doesn't remember that his name is "Troy," so he doesn't know what she's talking about. The Wildcat boys emerge from the building to play basketball with Troy at just the moment the U of A boys drive by to pick him up. Guess which one he chooses. We're only in the middle of the movie, at the part where Troy is losing his way, so, of course, he chooses the college guys. FOT throws some passive-aggressive hateration Troy's way, but he goes anyway.

Later, Gabi and Taylor drive by Ryan in a golf cart. As nature intended, it is now time for the straight girls to pal up with the gay (or gay-styled) boy. He tells them that Sharpay has something planned, and they ask if he's coming to the baseball game. He says that since he's not staff, he's not invited. Gabi counters that he can come with them, and she beckons him into the golf cart. Once they all get to the game, FOT hassles Ryan (that dude is really, really, really kind of a snot, if you think about it) over being a "spy," and Ryan eagerly gives Sharpay up as being interested in making sure the staff doesn't upstage her at the talent show. The Wildcat guys are no longer interested in the show, but the ladies still are. In fact, Gabi thinks that Ryan should put together a number for them. Ryan hesitates. Apropos of nothing except moving us in the direction of the next musical number, FOT tells Ryan that he can play ball with them if he wants, but "I don't dance." Ryan questions whether FOT is unaware that "dancing takes some game." FOT and friends all chortle. Even though they dance all the time, for any reason or no reason, to wit: the beginning of the movie. Whatever. And didn't FOT get over his "theater is for giiiirls" thing in the last movie? Anyway, it is now time for a baseball/dancing hybrid number! Wooooo!

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High School Musical 2

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The Tannest Teenagers In Tan-Teenageville

Troy shoots hoops and finds himself joined by Gabriella, who still doesn't have enough gumption to be mad at him. He's in a U of A uniform, which he tells her he got from "the guys." He tells her he's leaving to practice with them for about an hour, but he'll come back and take her to a movie when he's done. He promises! She gently hassles him about the fact that he apparently already forgot the staff baseball game that's after work today, which he also "promised" to attend. He says he'll be there. He tries to tell her how "wild" everything is, and she sadly comments on the influence of "Italian golf shoes" over his life. "It doesn't seem like new stuff," she says. "It seems like a new Troy." He looks like either (1) he is sad; or (2) he doesn't remember that his name is "Troy," so he doesn't know what she's talking about. The Wildcat boys emerge from the building to play basketball with Troy at just the moment the U of A boys drive by to pick him up. Guess which one he chooses. We're only in the middle of the movie, at the part where Troy is losing his way, so, of course, he chooses the college guys. FOT throws some passive-aggressive hateration Troy's way, but he goes anyway.

Later, Gabi and Taylor drive by Ryan in a golf cart. As nature intended, it is now time for the straight girls to pal up with the gay (or gay-styled) boy. He tells them that Sharpay has something planned, and they ask if he's coming to the baseball game. He says that since he's not staff, he's not invited. Gabi counters that he can come with them, and she beckons him into the golf cart. Once they all get to the game, FOT hassles Ryan (that dude is really, really, really kind of a snot, if you think about it) over being a "spy," and Ryan eagerly gives Sharpay up as being interested in making sure the staff doesn't upstage her at the talent show. The Wildcat guys are no longer interested in the show, but the ladies still are. In fact, Gabi thinks that Ryan should put together a number for them. Ryan hesitates. Apropos of nothing except moving us in the direction of the next musical number, FOT tells Ryan that he can play ball with them if he wants, but "I don't dance." Ryan questions whether FOT is unaware that "dancing takes some game." FOT and friends all chortle. Even though they dance all the time, for any reason or no reason, to wit: the beginning of the movie. Whatever. And didn't FOT get over his "theater is for giiiirls" thing in the last movie? Anyway, it is now time for a baseball/dancing hybrid number! Wooooo!

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