Valuable life lessons can be learned by thinking things out from another perspective, walking a mile in another’s shoes, going all Freaky Friday on somebody—or by reading the comments section of TIME Entertainment. This week, we got a chance to see the world from several unusual points of view, including:
The perspective of a high-schooler, from Conlan O’Connor’s comment on Graeme McMillan’s article about Star Trek: The Next Generation:
I’m glad that this article exists. As a high schooler, I can say that TNG (and Trek in general, no matter how many reboots made) is on it’s way to being a completely forgotten show. At least it can be memorialized in some way.
The perspective of somebody who doesn’t like Harry Potter, from Edit Katona’s comment on Lev Grossman’s review of The Casual Vacancy:
I’ve never read or seen Harry Potter adventures, I just wasn’t interested. But I think I will read this one….:-)
A mysterious perspective from sacredh, on James Poniewozik’s article about accusations of biased polls:
I believe some pretty strange things myself, but I keep them private.
And finally, we heard from the perspectives of the many commenters who wondered where the RKO logo was in Wook Kim’s list of the stories behind 10 famous movie-studio logos. Any top-10 list will leave out somebody’s favorite, but here’s a little something to appease the masses: