MONDO EXTRAS

We're All In This Together. All Right

by Miss Alli August 17, 2007
High School Musical

At basketball practice the next day, Troy is on fire! Because singing doesn't make you a girl! And Gabi is kicking chemistry's ass, because singing doesn't make you...unserious? I'm not sure. They both run out of their respective commitments to meet up. We watch as they rehearse with Kelsi, hitting the big notes of the duet as Sharpay and Ryan bop past in the hallway. The evil twosome, of course, is not happy to hear the great singing emerging from the rehearsal hall. "We have to do something," Sharpay says. She comments to Ryan that the callback is Thursday, and the basketball game and decathlon are on Friday. She salivates at the thought of how easy it would be if all those things were happening at the same time. Dun-dunnn! Next thing you know, Sharpay has convinced the DQ to change the day of the callbacks. But Kelsi has overheard the whole thing. She is onto them! What will she do?

Troy, Gabi, and their friends roll up on the audition sign to see that the time has been changed to Friday. Kelsi is there, and she breaks the news that this was a plot. Troy says that they'll solve it, but they all have to work together. And they actually have a huddle and a spirit cheer. In the hallway. Nerds and jocks and singers together! It's like that painting.

And then it is the big day, the audition day, the day when everything happens. The basketball team storms the room where the nerds hang out, and they give them a pie shaped like pi. It's cute, but I grew up with a math teacher, and let me tell you: it's been done. In return, the girls make like they're going to give the guys some kind of physics demonstration of how to play basketball, but they're just joking! It's totally a drawing of a big cartoon animal dunking a basketball! Go Wildcats! Everyone rejoices, and then a fight with Nerf basketballs breaks out, and I'm pretty sure that none of these people will ever have sex with each other at this rate. FOT brings Sharpay over to the door to watch as, in the hallway, the basketball team arranges itself into a sort of pyramid, and the guys open their workout jackets to reveal shirts spelling out "GO DRAMA CLUB!" It's sort of cute the way they each yell out a letter, including little Efron, who yells, "Exclamation point!" The DQ opines darkly that it will be an "interesting afternoon." Sharpay looks evil. Ryan's trying to figure out what the shirts spell. I think he's as smart as the movie.

Ten past three. School is out! Everyone simultaneously pours into the hallways yelling, and then we are in the gym. Meanwhile, downstairs, the key moment for female pervs has arrived, as Efron sits on a bench shirtless. Coach Dad approaches and they make with the small talk about how they're nervous for the game. All of a sudden, Coach Dad just wants Troy to have fun, and he tells him so. Apparently, Coach Dad has been to some sort of parenting seminar since last we saw him. He explains to Troy that he's sorry about all the pressure, and he just wants it to be fun. Have a good time, and Coach Dad will love him whether they win or lose. I think Coach Dad has been possessed by the spirit of Danny Tanner. "Thanks, Coach -- Dad," says Troy, and I am so vindicated, because Troy and I think alike.

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We're All In This Together. All Right

by Miss Alli August 17, 2007
High School Musical

At basketball practice the next day, Troy is on fire! Because singing doesn't make you a girl! And Gabi is kicking chemistry's ass, because singing doesn't make you...unserious? I'm not sure. They both run out of their respective commitments to meet up. We watch as they rehearse with Kelsi, hitting the big notes of the duet as Sharpay and Ryan bop past in the hallway. The evil twosome, of course, is not happy to hear the great singing emerging from the rehearsal hall. "We have to do something," Sharpay says. She comments to Ryan that the callback is Thursday, and the basketball game and decathlon are on Friday. She salivates at the thought of how easy it would be if all those things were happening at the same time. Dun-dunnn! Next thing you know, Sharpay has convinced the DQ to change the day of the callbacks. But Kelsi has overheard the whole thing. She is onto them! What will she do?

Troy, Gabi, and their friends roll up on the audition sign to see that the time has been changed to Friday. Kelsi is there, and she breaks the news that this was a plot. Troy says that they'll solve it, but they all have to work together. And they actually have a huddle and a spirit cheer. In the hallway. Nerds and jocks and singers together! It's like that painting.

And then it is the big day, the audition day, the day when everything happens. The basketball team storms the room where the nerds hang out, and they give them a pie shaped like pi. It's cute, but I grew up with a math teacher, and let me tell you: it's been done. In return, the girls make like they're going to give the guys some kind of physics demonstration of how to play basketball, but they're just joking! It's totally a drawing of a big cartoon animal dunking a basketball! Go Wildcats! Everyone rejoices, and then a fight with Nerf basketballs breaks out, and I'm pretty sure that none of these people will ever have sex with each other at this rate. FOT brings Sharpay over to the door to watch as, in the hallway, the basketball team arranges itself into a sort of pyramid, and the guys open their workout jackets to reveal shirts spelling out "GO DRAMA CLUB!" It's sort of cute the way they each yell out a letter, including little Efron, who yells, "Exclamation point!" The DQ opines darkly that it will be an "interesting afternoon." Sharpay looks evil. Ryan's trying to figure out what the shirts spell. I think he's as smart as the movie.

Ten past three. School is out! Everyone simultaneously pours into the hallways yelling, and then we are in the gym. Meanwhile, downstairs, the key moment for female pervs has arrived, as Efron sits on a bench shirtless. Coach Dad approaches and they make with the small talk about how they're nervous for the game. All of a sudden, Coach Dad just wants Troy to have fun, and he tells him so. Apparently, Coach Dad has been to some sort of parenting seminar since last we saw him. He explains to Troy that he's sorry about all the pressure, and he just wants it to be fun. Have a good time, and Coach Dad will love him whether they win or lose. I think Coach Dad has been possessed by the spirit of Danny Tanner. "Thanks, Coach -- Dad," says Troy, and I am so vindicated, because Troy and I think alike.

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