It was an adorable moment, indeed, hearing the song play as one of the roommates got all giddy about a potential love prospect. But, as the episode progressed, it turned out that, despite Luis Dubuc's promise that "even though they said you'll never ever make it, they were wrong" in his song's refrain, he was wrong: Within the span of 15 minutes, we pretty much learned that all chances of anything happening in the show's potential love affair was caput. Them's the breaks, I guess.
In other news, I think I've given up on The Real World, which is a move that's been a long tme coming now. So, in advance, many apologies to any bands whose songs get placed there that I might miss as the season rolls along...
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