About a boy about total exuberance
Hideous Exuberance by Stephen C. BirdThe predecessor / doppelgänger / kindred spirit of “Catastrophically Consequential”. Incongruous, inappropriate, preposterous; trashy, explicit, poetic, phantasmagorical. Blasphemous, impressionistic, inflammatory; outrageous, unstructured, inane. A highbrow-lowbrow, comic-fantasy-nightmare. A flamboyant, surrealistic, experimental reaction to the random nature of existence. Its the book your parents raised you not to write.
Please refer to the Blog Posting on the Stephen C. Bird Author Profile Page for Reviews and Quotes from Goodreads Reviews for Hideous Exuberance.
About a Boy Season 1 Episode 1 : Pilot
Andy guilts Will into agreeing to babysit Marcus so Fiona can go on a job interview, but the situation gets complicated when they receive a last-minute invitation to a once-in-a-lifetime charity pool party hosted by rap star Lil Jon. On the way to her interview, Fiona stops by to pick up a copy of her resume from Will's printer and lay down babysitting guidelines. After glancing at Fiona's rather eccentric resume, Will suggests that complete honesty isn't going to cut it.
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About a Boy - Season 1 Episode 2 - About Total Exuberance
Now having hit its second episode, with a whole gamut of possible storylines in front of it, the show … basically trots out a pretty standard sitcom storyline. Is it blatantly manipulative? Oh most definitely. But, part of the power of any show, in particularly those in the Jason Katims camp, centers on how adept the writers are at disguising the mechanics of their manipulation. Seeing how depressed Will is at missing the event, Marcus suggests they slip out to the party, and his mother will be none the wiser. From here, the episode falls into familiar sitcom beats.
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Both episodes so far have moved at a brisk pace with light, funny moments. And again in this episode, David Walton knocks it out of the park. But there are still kinks to be worked out. First of all, how does Will manage to get Marcus Benjamin Stockham into the party in the first place? Did no one on the writing staff think that security might look into a kid wandering around the party alone? Even setting aside those questions, the party scenes are awkward. The opening shots of the party show scantily clad women and a tiger hanging around, but the following scenes have the energy of a Sunday brunch.