|Roger Smith is Soooo Hooooot...
I don't know what was in the water that the production crew was
drinking while Big O Second Season was in production, but it seems
like Roger got much, much sexier during
hiatus. I mean, DAMN.
When I first saw him as a scruffy, shiftless layabout in Act
14, my impulse was to give him a quarter and then ask him to meet
me behind the 7-11. There's something about five o'clock shadow,
messy hair, and camel trench coats that gets the mojo running.
His eyes were best described as "wicked friggin' sexy." The
extra little tuft of hair coming out of his widow's peak is also
What is it that's more attractive about that damn Roger Smith
now that wasn't around in the First Season? Was I just not noticing?
Was I more secure in my relationship with my longterm boyfriend
then than I am now? No, I don't think either of those statements
are accurate. Perhaps the death of cel animation has something
to do with it, oddly
there's some key cels done by Saito out there that are best described
as sex-laden, but I think the cleaned-up lines are helping to round
out a consistently
Roger is a classically handsome man. He's got a full head of black
hair in the chiseled look that is typical of postwar fashion...
is he a baseball player? Is he a war hero? Does he possess powers
that surpass those typically bestowed upon man? Is he a guitar-strummin'
boy from Tennessee? He can be anything with that hair. His hair
has dimensions. His eyebrows should be completely creepy by all
standards but instead add to his appeal. His nose is long and tapered
off. He's got a strong chin. He's got a really nice broad upper
torso that tapers off into a narrow waist and long, long legs.
When you translate those specs into Living Human Male, you've got
a really hot piece of manflesh. It is then only natural that a
man in non-corporeal form should also be viewed as "completely
Roger Smith, you give me a total boner. That about sums up my
feelings on you.