UUmmm - open the book and you will find it is hollowed out - to hide something in mayba?!?Originally Posted by seeker;3588357;We saw Jillian say "ED IS AN OPEN BOOK" (to CH or as a VO, not sure).
Really? If f3 were books ...............for Jillian's summer reading
Ed is the book that has an interesting picture on the cover that gets her attention. She thinks it's a great book, starts to read it and thinks she is enjoying it. Doubts come up as she reads but she is so caught up in the character she didn't pay attention to it. She misplaced the book for a while, so she began reading the other books. When she finally found the book and continued she noticed the book wasn't what she thought it was when she first starting reading it. There were parts that were crude, the character was arrogant and different now. When she got to the end of the book, she realized that the book was not what she thought it was at all. The character and story line were flawed, tacky and misleading.She realizes she never really understood the book, she was misled by the cover and read the wrong book. She feels let down.
Kip is the best seller book she took from the library, she likes the title and storyline but as she began to read she realized parts of the book was just too intellectual for her to comprehend even though she loved the subject matter of the book. She put the book aside.
Reid is the book she saw at the store, bought it, wanted to read it but put it away on the bookshelf when she got distracted reading the other books first. When she finally got to the book she enjoyed reading it, thoroughly, even if some of the key words were missing. She laughed a lot as she read the book and it was effortless and she got the gist of it. She loved the book, the characters, the storylines, it was her kind of book. But she refused to acknowledge it bec' she felt some key words would have given her a better understanding of the book adding to her enjoyment. She didn't understand that by "reading" the book to the very end she would finally understand the parts that were difficult to comprehend at first and it would all make sense. She has the book she loves but she puts it aside for now.
Anyone else think Ed was really an open book? He's probably the least open of the f3 guys, IMO.