I love you. I love your strong chin. I love the moles on your neck. And I love the way you teeter on the brink of being chubby.
I’ve been a fan ever since you became Joey Potter’s roommate. Dawson’s Creek was in desperate need of a character with a new, saucy perspective on the angsty, incestuous gang from Capeside, a character who could remove the stick from Joey Potter’s self-righteous butt. You did eventually wind up joining in on the angst and the incest (remember your battle with alcoholism and your love affair with Pacey?), but there were a few episodes there in which yours was the voice of reason cutting through the din of long-winded, over-analytical dialogue. Thank you for that.
Upon perusing your IMDB profile, I discovered that you are the godmother of Michelle Williams’ daughter Matilda, confirming my suspicion that Michelle, unlike Katie Holmes, is a nice person who is not above remaining friends with her former Dawson’s Creek castmates.
Through the magic of Netflix, I’ve been making my way through all the episodes of Freaks and Geeks. It’s such a good show, and you’re so good on it. I would let you bully me any time, Busy, especially if you were wearing lots of eyeliner and a supersweet vinyl ski jacket.
I love you so much that I’ve even been trying to watch ER again. This is no small task, as I haven’t watched faithfully since Doctor Greene died five years ago, and there is a lot to catch up on. I tried to get back into it a few times before, but Doctor Carter and Doctor Kovac were always in Africa, and I couldn’t figure out why, and, honestly, Africa is just such a downer. But now that you play the Jesus freak medical student and Uncle Jesse plays the medical student who can’t read good, I’ve redoubled my efforts. It’s so nice to see you and Linda Cardellini together again.
Keep up the good work, Busy.
P.S. Would you please accept my MySpace friend request?