Be Good Johnny Weir

Season 1 Episode 6

Big In Japan

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Aired Monday 10:30 PM Mar 08, 2010 on Sundance Channel
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Big In Japan
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Johnny travels to Nagano, Japan for the next competition in the Grand Prix circuit, where he meets his many legions of Japanese fans. Unfortunately, during the 31 hours of travel from New Jersey and Japan, he comes down with a cold and is concerned that it will negatively affect his performance and prevent him from making the Grand Prix finals.moreless

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      • The Logo Channel broadcast of this episode is missing a scene where Johnny opens up the boxes that his fan, Ikuko, gave him and offers the beauty products to his mother and aunt. There is a scene with Johnny calling room service for more hangers for his clothing that is also missing.

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      • Johnny meets one of his longtime Japanese fans, Ikuko, who is offended when Johnny says that she is like part of the family, since she always greets him when he is in Japan. In Japanese culture, celebrities are treated like idols: something to be admired and worshipped, but not touched. This means that fans can be obsessed and learn all there is to learn about their idol, bring them gifts, but they are not to interfere with their idol's life. When Johnny said that Ikuko was like a part of the family, it insinuated that she had crossed that line.

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