And instead of waiting, I went to check out the 2nd episode of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and he kept the delight that captivates in the first episode and still works other forms of necessary conversations between people. And what is the friendship between Zoey and Mo, loving them together looking for a way to understand the musical powers.
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The best musical moment was the whole cafeteria in an atmosphere of solitude singing “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” gives Whitney Houston, so Mo wants to know what happens and Zoey says that she only knows that it’s a Whitney song, leaving her friend out of her mind. It will be cool to see Zoey’s musical discovery as she seeks to solve the lives of the people around her, and consequently hers.
The episode showed how important Max and Zoey’s friendship is to her and how embarrassed she is after throwing him at the cafeteria girl. Max has known Zoey a lot, has liked her for a long time, but she hasn’t noticed and doesn’t understand her own feelings, while she’s interested in Simon, who is engaged.
I want to see this drama developed, but the best part is how Joan gives great advice, because what we are learning is how two women will deal with people management involving these guys. Most programmers are men and dealing with Zoey’s leadership will be interesting, even though in the end she can handle them.
Now, Mitch and Maggie’s part was very cute, because Zoey saw that her father just wanted to tell his mother that he loved her very much and that he wanted to remember the moments with her, but Maggie didn’t understand the way he wanted to tell her, needing the music “Moondance“, in Van Morrison, to tell this story.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist delivered two very nice episodes to watch.