The Sunday drama at the DC was a parallel ancient (Joseph in Egypt) and modern (JW kid in high school) drama. Was it me? Or was it extremely eroticized? I've been seeing these my whole life and have never felt this way.
Conversation between Joseph and fellow prison inmate:
I: "So you're the one who raped Potiphar's wife?"
J:"I did not rape her"
I: "I'm sorry, you're the one accused of raping Potiphar's wife. Next time you rape someone make sure you [hide it]"
J: "[I told you], I did not rape her"
And it went on. I wish I counted how many times the word rape was used.
Conversation between 2 highschoolers: one a witness - the other I can't remember:
O:"She posted on the internet [they don't dare say Facebook] that she had sex with you"
J: "What! I did not have sex with her!"
O:"Well, that's what she wrote on her internet page - that she was having sex with you"
Later on conversation with JW kid and elders:
E:"She posted on her page that she was havign sex with you"
And it also went on and on. How many times can you say "have sex" in one conversation? Try.
Oh, and did I mention? "Uncle JACK OFFered to give us a ride." No, I didn't make that up.
Joseph was shirtless after Potiphar's wife ripped it off of him. Speaking as a guy, he was in good shape. The brothers picked to be shirtless Eqyptian guards obviously spent a lot of time in the weight room. The had some straps criss-crossed along their bare chests.
The sister picked to be Potiphar's wife had a spectacular figure that was complemented by ample breasts.
Did anyone else feel this way, while watching??