Owl City: Hey Carly, did you see the juniors at lunch today?
Carly Rae Jepsen: Yeah they looked like they were having a pretty good time! They were showing a bunch of class spirit, even before their skit started.
Owl City: Things did die down a little bit toward the middle of their skit, but fellow classmates were able to rally the rest of the juniors again. The other classes weren’t that loud though; the juniors didn’t put much in the skit for them to cheer for, and the sophomore character didn’t show up until halfway through.
Carly Rae Jepsen: There was definitely a little too much cheering from the juniors for the repeated mocking of the sophomores for their alleged lack of originality.
Owl City: Though some of the skit didn’t seem to promote unity, the final product certainly reflected the principle and even overstated it a little toward the end.
Carly Rae Jepsen: Overall the plot was really easy to follow and the theme was pretty cohesive until the end. Their airbands were pretty solid too.
Owl City: Gangnam Style was also heavily featured, and a significant amount of time was spent showing off the “horse-riding” dance. But I’ve never seen anything like that baton performance! The gymnastics routine was pretty cool too.
Carly Rae Jepsen: I was glad they had a decent variety of airbands, ranging from hip hop to kungfu, which was also incorporated well into the skit.
Owl City: The last hip-hop dancers had tons of energy and were more in sync than the majority of the airbands that performed today.
Carly Rae Jepsen: The ball room performance was definitely well-written but the girls’ dresses were way too revealing. What was up with that?
Owl City: Really? I thought they were okay. The rest of the costumes were pretty neat too, especially the tutu-like ruffles some of the jazz girls were wearing.
Carly Rae Jepsen: The decorations were pretty comprehensive too, and I loved that the dice rained money at the end of the skit.
Owl City: The backdrop and props had awesome design and were creative and detailed while sticking to the class theme.
Carly Rae Jepsen: My favorite was the Vegas strip on the side of the ramp that depicted several hotels. The playing cards on the sides of the trashcans in the horseshoe were cute too, and the flags attached to the ramps provided a nice touch as well.
Owl City: The flags were actually made at the last minute! In the morning, the wind blew down the casino structure over another ramp, so kudos to the officers for thinking of that solution!
Carly Rae Jepsen: Overall, the juniors were successful in taking on the oceans, but can they handle the world? Look out for the senior performance tomorrow at lunch!