Friday, June 30, 2006

TV Boyfriends: Chris Turk

If it weren't for the whole "married to and expecting a child with Carla" situation, I think Turk and I could have had something. Unfortunately, I'll have to get by with adoring him from afar weekly on Scrubs. His mischievous personality, rock-solid friendship with J.D., and sweet/snarky relationship with Carla make him an absolute pleasure to watch.

Reasons why Carla is one lucky lady:

- Turk loves Lando and doesn't disguise his inner geek.

- He knows the value of a well-placed kung-fu blowout -- and comes well-prepared with tearaway scrubs. Yes, those would absolutely come in handy.

- He's a doctor, so he's got smarts and a job Mom would approve of.

- He can dance if he wants to. He can leave his friends behind--and come boogie with me. ;)

- He knows his place in the relationship. (Turk: "Dr. Miller accused me of being sexist. Me! I'm marrying Carla - who do you think wears the pants? And the shirts... and the shoes... and sometimes my underwear.")

- He has a competitive, playful nature.
Turk: "Let's play Steak."
J.D.: "What?"
Turk: "Steak. The first person to finish their steak is the winner of Steak."

- His overly serious facial expressions and pelvic thrusting could take a girl to air band utopia (see below).

Like Jason Segel, Donald Faison has long been a favorite of mine. I remember back when he wasn't "jeeping" behind Dionne's back in Clueless and wasn't intimidated by Elena in Felicity. (We can just forget about that little Sabrina, The Teenage Witch indiscretion.)


At 7:22 AM, Anonymous TheNextKristin said...

I thought I was the only person who was brave enough to admit she watched Clueless!
You are now my friend.

At 7:42 AM, Blogger Abbey said...

That little video made my whole day. (Even if I could only see it with one eye) : )

While explaining to Drew what I was watching, he asked, "Does Julie wish real boyfriends were like TV boyfriends?"

And I said, "No. Julie wishes that these guys WERE her boyfriends." : )

At 8:24 AM, Blogger Joobie said...

There should be no shame for loving Clueless! Let us unite in our teenage-girl tastes. :)

Oh - and Abbey - you should check out the 'kung-fu' link if you haven't already. Though I'm hoping my mention of tear-away scrubs already made that happen. ;)

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Abbey said...

There is NEVER shame is loving Clueless!! NEVER!!! I just got the 10th anniversary "whatever" edition for Christmas!

I am (almost) 27 years old and I LOVE CLUELESS. Not love it and have it completely memorized from beginning to end? As If!

At 10:38 AM, Blogger Abbey said...

So I started to watch it, but then thought I'd seen it already.

Just went back and watched it. NICE! Me likey! ; )

At 10:10 AM, Blogger Erik Mann said...

another great blog...erik


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