They've already written a song about me, well J did, in fact I am named after a song so all is good.
vmh wrote:After reading everyone's responses, I feel like I should be more saddened by this news but I'm not. I expected it. Plus I'm not particularly attached to Bret McClegnie and Jemaine Clemaine. I know the characters are based on themselves (10 years ago!) but I still see them as characters and not as them!
Ditto that in triplicate. I love the characters but it was those characters that introduced me to the real B&J who I adore much
more. The more I've grown to love the men behind the characters the less attached I've become to those characters. They are just a small element of what B&J are capable of and that's what they've been telling us all along. They've always said that FOTC wasnâ€™t a full time gig and implied that they never wanted it to become one. It became a full time gig because of the show which has run its course. Iâ€™d much rather have them go out on top with their integrity and their friendship in tact. I prefer to always think of the FOTC as the guys who made a great show and knew when to stop. Itâ€™s lovely that nonch has confidence that they could keep at it indefinitely but I trust that B&J know better than we do what they are capable of and, more importantly, where there hearts are.
vmh wrote:The series opened a lot of doors for them and they could do just about whatever they want now.
Ditto that in quadruplicate. They are in an enviable position now. None of us are privy to what they want but the world is their oyster and Iâ€™m proud that they have earned that position honestly.