C: A Spanish version of Johnny Depp. Carlos jumps up, hands flailing at his sides as he turns away quickly, then spins back with nervous energy to look at Jordan, still slumped on the couch. Carlos rushes past them and Kendall's head swings around to ask where he's going, but Carlos is gone before Kendall can get the question out. Carlos and Jordan have a great time, and Carlos is shocked after such a long time playing with no one but Logan, James, and Kendall at how much fun it is to be surprised by a teammate, by his quick thinking and fancy footwork and puck handling. And seriously, how lame would it be to say 'I'm trying to impress you? Their story hasn't had it's fair share of air time yet, but that's about to change. It's just that she's been in this town for much longer than Jo and really puts her heart and soul into her craft. Carlos spins his head side to side, looking for a place to hide.
And now the guys are goofing off as usual, as if nothing happened, as if nothing's changed, but everything has. But when Katie speaks, people listen. But that's enough rumination for a split second of television. But it turns out that the girl that no one even knows about is just as safe of a crush as the girl that everyone wants. These are their questions and answers. But since you are reading about the episode, and words are much better suited for opening the window into other people's thoughts , you can get much more than Carlos's confusion out of this scene.
He has more important things to worry about. If this were an episode, it would take place shortly after Big Time Girlfriends. Carlos is a slob, but his stuff lives teetering in the hall closet, threatening to explode out at any minute. Jo leans in to kiss him, pulling their intertwined hands back depositing his hands on her waist. Today's topic of bickering is the plans for their Saturday night date. For someone who's apparently never had a serious thought in his life, he's carrying more weighty thoughts than Atlas has with the world on his back. This is a short scene, more of a montage really, because there's no great way to show progression of thoughts visually.
James flips it closed to start at the beginning, squinting to make out Logan's squished, spiky handwriting. Carlos feels himself turning red. From Kendall's view near the doorway we see that Jordan is still sprawled out on the couch. Plus, as viewers of the fictional episodes that live in my head, you totally remember the episode where Jo and Camille sneak into the guys' room to leave them presents of random pornographic candy that they couldn't stop laughing at when they went shopping at the boardwalk because penis- and boob-shaped gummies are exactly the kind of shit teenagers find hilarious. From far away our scene looks idyllic. She can feel him startle, but doesn't give him time for confusion, just keeps kissing until he kisses back, opening his mouth to let her in. You brought a basket, with flowers and those fancy plastic forks that look like real metal.
If Carlos were more self aware, it might be awkward, but luckily, he's not. You can read a book or tan any time. Knight, we should pick up sandwiches and picnic in the park. He and Jo step out of the elevator. But he's not sure what. Then his face falls serious. Just kidding…I was trying to perfect my guitar skills.
Meanwhile, Katie writes an unauthorized biography of Big Time Rush and Carlos meets someone who makes him question his interest in girls altogether. Carlos is so caught up in his own head that he doesn't even get up to watch. Camille doesn't mean to snoop. C: Being the lead of a new hit Broadway show! It's a silent, dramatic moment, punctuated by the gasp of the laugh track breaking the spell. Credits and commercial break over, we return to the four boys sitting at a table in the lobby of the Palm Woods, heads buried in the inconceivably thick questionnaire packets. She came back from summer vacation with boobs like whoa, and it was a pretty well established fact amongst every guy in the eighth grade that she was the hottest girl in the school. The laugh track dies down as Camille turns back to Logan.
One day while he was standing in line for lunch with the guys, he said 'hi' to her as they walked by, and James nearly died doing a double take because apparently he'd never seen Carlos talk to someone he didn't know before. And it's just as wonderful as she remembers. That sounds like the Logan she knows. And as Jordan leans in to kiss Carlos the camera pulls away, so that they're just two guys, sitting on a bench, surrounded by an empty park of greenery as the scene fades to black. We cannot overstate how scarily thick these packets are for what is supposedly fifteen questions. Gustavo was paying her to like the things Carlos liked.
Maybe Camille doesn't have all the same interests that Logan has. Carlos does like him, did like all of those things. What's the best date you've ever been on? The scene cuts here to the hallway, where Kendall has returned from wherever he wandered off to. Next to him is Logan, in a casual blue button down, rolled up at the sleeves. But she's so awesome that even if he did she's still be his favorite. I'm hoping to continue to grow and become the best I can be. That's actually a good question.
Carlos: Wayne Gretzky, Kendall: Abe Lincoln When's the last time you were on an airplane? Normally, Camille wouldn't want to know how her friend's jobs are going. The crew shot the first episode with Kendall Knight being played by the guy who is now Dak Zevon. I could be wrong and I'm really, really sorry. If you were a vegetable, what vegetable would you be? And she's going to take the lead to get them there. K: Two years younger then I am now! Jo really wants to know. Miles makes a joke and cuts to a clip of the last goal of the game, Vancouver's only goal, and Carlos and Jordan jump up in excitement cheering, goals just as exciting in post-game replay as it was in the game. In the middle of Kendall's and Carlos's uncharacteristic silences, James and Logan fill the space with their complaining about ending a Saturday night answering questions for a moronic magazine feature.