dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Latter Day Bushka

We conclude our look at Bull by catching up with him nowadays; we start off, of course, with his being the sort-of unwilling coach of the girl's teams. The reason that his being in charge of a group of young women alarms him is, strangely enough, a tendency towards chivalry; he worries about saying or doing the wrong thing and hurting the team. He's also troubled by his inability to relate to Jinx as well as he'd like to; it's sort of difficult for him to talk on her level because, well, he's still something of a jock and she's not. Good thing for both of them that Linda is there to keep things from getting too out of hand. Better still, he's got the sense to be grateful for what he has. He's not crippled by neuroses or hampered by an addiction so he's more or less in the same reasonably happy place as my next subject: Harry Klinghorn.
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