Once Upon a Ledge

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    Forrest Gumpp of the '70s, the great Arnold Horshack

    By dtf955, Aug 16, 2005

    You've got to love Arnold. In his own, simple, carefree way, he can do things that others can't. Who else would climb out onto a ledge at that age and taalk to someone? Who would just open up like he does? Not many. Yet, this Forrest Gumpp of the '70s knows how to get through to Mary; while I could have done without his admitting he thought of the same thing (I don't think he's that kind, he's too little-kidlike IMO), he really does the job like few others could do. Only one other thing - the girl's decision comes a bit too out of the blue for me. However, maybe that's a sign she didn't really want to jump - didn't want to stop living - maybe she just was desperate for attention & didn't know how to go about getting it. If thaat's the case, then it was handled well, though that could have been clearer.moreless

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