“10 Things I Hate About You” brings the TV Buddhism

Okay, so Lost’s “dharma” sort of petered out. Good thing there’s ABC-TV’s “10 Things I Hate About You” to reign in the slack. (Except, the show’s now over.)

About the show’s finale, via Entertainment Weekly:

10 Things I Hate About You wrapped up its under-appreciated one-season run on ABC Family last night, and, quite frankly, I don’t know what went wrong here. The dialogue snapped, the plotlines crackled, and the characters popped — not easy to do in the tired high-school genre.  [...] The two-part, hour-long series finale — which was clearly not intended as its swan song, since it ended on a cliffhanger — brought us all of the things we fans have grown to love about this show. Kat, characteristically, took up Buddhism, bringing on a hilarious (but still respectful) send-up of the school “meditation collective.”

I had no idea. (Being childless, it has never occurred to me for a second to watch any ABC Family programming.) Want to check it out? You can watch it here. It’ll cost you 99 cents, until Friday the 28th, after which it’s free.

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