A classic exchange between The Janitor and J. D. from 'My Big Mouth' (s02e04).
Tyler Gage vs. Will Hunting: Who Was the More Exceptional Janitor?
Worse still, when MIT mathematician Gerald Lambeau sees Will writing on the board and begins walking toward him, Will immediately abandons his mop and bucket so he can escape, and abandoning your mop and bucket is not a thing a janitor should ever
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Arizona's favorite superhero, 13-year old Cat-Boy, finds himself in the unusual position of having to fight the dangerous Queen Jonester, the video-game character that escaped from his beloved Game-Cat. All of Team Cat must do battle with her digital army, which is seemingly indestructible. Will Cat-Boy be able to defeat the evil Queen Jonester before it's too late? And just whose side is Cat-Boy really on? A very delightful tale, set in Arizona, Michael Morgan has created believable, lovable characters, such as Janetic, Professor Nutt, Leopard Girl, Magma Man, and Wiggles. It is worth noting that one of the most important characters, 'General Joe', was based on America's most popular lawman, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Indeed, Sheriff Arpaio has been quoted as saying, "It is my...
This is a story about an old janitor who only wanted to work so that he could one day make life better for himself, but Jason, the school bully, and his friends had other plans for the janitor. They would tease and mock him by playing jokes and pranks, as they had done to many other janitors before. And this time, it was supposed to be all fun and games, until one day it went too far—the janitor died. Now Jason and his friends had a price to pay, soul for soul, because hell had let loose an evil spirit on Jason and the school. Could the janitor be stopped, or would he have his revenge?
Step Up came out in 2006. It stars Channing Tatum as Tyler Gage, a high school student who has a good heart in his chest but also is a bit of a troublemaker, which is easy to figure out because he always wears his hat backward and slouches in a... He ends up working as a janitor at the prestigious Maryland School of the Arts as punishment after he and his friends vandalize the school and get caught (one of Gage’s friends actually gets caught, but Gage sacrifices himself so that the friend... Eventually, Gage swaps out his janitorial duties for dance duty with Nora Clark, who needs a partner for the big Senior Showcase because her original partner got injured. Gage, it turns out, is an exceptional dancer. It stars Matt Damon as Will Hunting, a 20-year-old laborer who has a good heart in his chest but is also a bit of a troublemaker, which is easy to figure out because he hangs out with guys who say lots of curse words. He works as a janitor at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology to fulfill his parole requirements. Hunting swaps out his janitorial duties to be a protégé to a professor at the school who recognizes that Hunting, as it turns out, is an exceptional mathematician. I was super surprised when I realized that Good Will Hunting 2. Each guy has turbulent identity problems, has girlfriend problems, has come up through his state’s foster care system, has an entourage that he quarrels with, etc. Who was the more exceptional janitor, Tyler Gage at the Maryland School of the Arts or Will Hunting at MIT. Who is the better actual janitor. Neither Tyler nor Will seems especially interested in being a good janitor, which is understandable since Tyler is only there because he has to be and Will is only there because he wants to be around other people who are as smart as he secretly... ) in the most annoyed, most halfhearted way possible. The only time he doesn’t appear to hate it is when he just stands on a ladder and watches Nora hold auditions with underclassmen for several minutes. He’s working at maybe 55, 60 percent janitor pace. There are only two scenes in which he does any actual janitorial duties. He appears to do a good job, and had he continued on in that manner then he’d have won this category easily. But the second time we see him at work he’s solving an equation written on a chalkboard in a hallway while he’s supposed to be mopping. Adding stuff to a thing seems antithetical to the entire janitorial premise (mostly, it seems like you’re supposed to remove things when you’re a janitor), so that’s bad. Worse still, when MIT mathematician Gerald Lambeau sees Will writing on the board and begins walking toward him, Will immediately abandons his mop and bucket so he can escape, and abandoning your mop and bucket is not a thing a janitor should ever... ” as he disappears around a corner, and I know for sure that that is not an appropriate response. Let’s call him a 40 percent effective janitor. Tyler wins. Whose exceptional talent is more impressive with respect to janitoring. I would absolutely rather be very good at dancing than be a supergenius at math. I know it’d probably be more profitable to be a super math genius, but the one thing I know about being a super math genius is that that shit never seems to work out all that great for the person who’s the genius. John Nash went crazy. Ted Kaczynski went crazy. Kurt Gödel went crazy. He developed this fear that he was going to be poisoned, so he refused to ever eat anything that wasn’t prepared by his wife. During that time, she wasn’t able to make his food for him. Do you know what happened. That said, I will admit that it’s little more than a personal preference. Measured objectively, it seems very obvious that Will is a far more impressive mathematician than Tyler is a dancer. Tyler became Nora’s dance partner after her original partner, Andrew, injured his ankle during class one day. She trained with Tyler and trained with Tyler and trained with Tyler. And he was very good. But not so good that when Andrew returned, Nora didn’t try to swap Tyler back out for him. Measure that up against: Will was such an imposing force mathematically that he absolutely.
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