…I might as well add visuals (“Hi, Scott!”). Everything’s better with Liz Phair.
I have a few questions…
…for some reason.
I had forgotten a lot of the stuff in this video; pretty much all that remained after 30 years was the dancing girls in Flintstones costumes.
Last year, the little-known idol group Tsuri Bit got a lot of attention at a live appearance where 14-year-old member Sakura Ando demonstrated that she was not only lovely and lively, but also stacked.
They were surprisingly subtle with this year’s summer-bikini song (pretty much every idol group does one of these now…). Rather than giving her jumping jacks and other obvious titty-action moves (like Erika Yazawa in pretty much every Idoling!! video), they simply put the rest of the group in bikini tops that masked their relative development.
Or “4th of July” if you live in a region still more-or-less covered by the Bill of Rights.
…a young Alexis Denisof appeared in the first version of the video for a terrible earbug of a song recorded by George Harrison. I didn’t make the connection until today, because the only reason I remembered it was the tasty bit of jailbait Our Hero was angling for. And to be honest, when I watched it again after so many years, I gave little thought to the identity of the boy.
Sadly, no one seems to know who the girl was.
I have no idea why Debbie Gibson’s “We could be together” has been going through my head for two days. But if I have to suffer, the world has to suffer.
Seriously, I don’t know what set it off. Maybe the disease in that last game of Plague, Inc. was a little more viral than I thought…
I’m very disappointed that you aren’t wearing actual Lum costumes in this video.