So, I've been watching Doogie Howser M.D. on Hulu lately and it just dawned on me...
Dude is like the OG of bullet journals. I'm partially into season 2 and was like, "for a boy genius his journal is elementary." It lacks the sophisticated prose I would expect. His dialogue is much more eloquent. Does he have some sort of fluency split that would otherwise be diagnosable were it not for both reading and math abilities being above average?)...But then...bam! Nope...pioneer of BUJO. His lines are not traditional bullets, but not much more than average sentences. In the genius world's BUJO format, a simple sentence equals a bullet, perhaps?
I have also noticed this time around: -the show is extremely sexist (not much different than other shows of it's time or current I suppose) -attempts to tackle complex societal issues (race, sex, sexism, etc.) and does so...only so so... I mean white boy genius who saves black gang member from "the streets," gets him a job, totally forgiving him for holding him hostage, and constantly telling him "you can do it, if you just try"... hmmmm
I also feel like the best thing since sliced bread is non-sliced bread. It's just a better quality bread IMO. Although if it existed before is the best since? I guess retro is in, so if it comes back around it's sorta new.
There are so many actors who played roles in Doogie Hoswer, it's amazing. Last night a young Richard Webber got a new kidney. And I just about went crazy when a young NPH debuted "The Naked Man" that turned into an entire episode of How I Met Your Mother decades later.
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