BW: Seize the Day Obscurus Lupa | July 11, 2017 Tracy lives a long and wonderful life with Mitch. Just kidding, she dies of cancer. Baywatch,david hasselhoff,yasmine bleeth,jaason simmons
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LOL! Hasselhoff’s acting. Delightful. Simply delightful.
The first time he screams “YES!” at Stephanie, it actually works. It’s so abrupt and unexpected it catches you off-guard, and it really sounds like a shriek of anguish from a man who feels betrayed and is lashing out at Stephanie because she happens to be there and he needs someone to vent his rage on. Unfortunately, Hasselhoff then ruins the moment by screaming YES! a second time, this time at the sky while shaking his fist in anger. In that moment, his performance goes from being legitimately good to hammy self-parody. It would have been so much better if he’d followed the first “YES!” with a second, more subdued “yes,” demonstrating his awareness of his own feelings and his bitter resignation to the whims of fate. The moral of the story: sometimes, less is more. Let us meditate upon this wisdom. Ohmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Tracy apparently suffers from what Roger Ebert called “Ali McGraw Disease” (from the movie Love Story), also known as “Beautiful Death.” This fatal, incurable condition causes female actresses suffering from it to evade the unpleasantness that usually accompanies terminal diseases and instead remain beautiful throughout their illness. In fact, their beauty is inversely proportional to the time they have left to live, so that by the time they finally expire they look positively radiant and angelic.
Well of course, who wants to masturbate to ugly dead/dying people. Not me!
Oh, no! And here Mitch finally got a love interest! Also, does anyone else think drama!Hasselhoff looks a bit like Mel Gibson?
Ah, Dr Shark. It has been too long.
Emmy Cancer: When you’re stretched for plots and have nothing, but you’re really desperate to get those critics to call your episode art, there’s always Emmy Cancer.
Now also available, Diet Cancer, Cancer Zero and Car-Cancer-Itis! For when you don’t really want to say what went wrong, but the audience is pretty sure they know.
You can’t blame Mitch for not realizing she was sick — she looked absolutely fantastic for a person who’s literally a day away from dying of cancer.
Wow. I never knew cancer could be so funny. Thanks Baywatch!
3:06 to 3:25: I had to pause the video. I couldn’t stop laughing. That was amazing. XD
This was an exceptionally funny review, Allison. Please don’t make me choose a favorite joke. They were all amazing. XD
Baywatch tries so, so hard, and it just falls flat on its face.
Don’t you just love when shows have contrived plots and forced drama just so they can try and win some award? They’re the TV equivalent of those Oscar bait movies that attempt way too hard to try and move your heartstrings. *cough*CollateralBeauty*cough*
That’s why I enjoy it so much when these lame attempts at drama bomb hard. They try to be emotionally manipulative and it blows up in their faces.