We didn’t loose the game; we just ran out of time.

The very quickly canceled TV series How to be a Gentleman

has had the time to confirm to me that gym coaches always fit to one sort of human

As a matter of fact, Brad Pit himself showed it in two different part.

Apparently, you can’t take being a coach and being ill-mannered apart.

In Moneyball, he is already spitting, chewing and promoting his accent to a new stripe.

But his character in Burn After Reading is clearly a born stereotype.

Frances McDormand in the same film is here to give us the feminine side of the job

And Jane Lynch Coach Sylvester’s famous bit is certainly no snob.

So working as a sports coach seems to call for at least a little rudeness.

In this case we’ll need more a leitmotiv than a catchphrase, everybody has one in the US.

 

 

 

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One response to “We didn’t loose the game; we just ran out of time.

  1. Pingback: The big “job in the US” review: | AC talks about USA

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