Two high school seniors reminisce about their last football season in this online short by Malcolm Murray for Toyota via MMB Boston. It's a slice of Americana, Texas and high-school football boys mentality. With their childhood now officialy behind them, where will the road take them?

Kelson: Remember when the other team threw the ball and the guy ran out of bounds and hit one of our cheerleaders?

Jon: That was Brittany too, the big one.

Kelson: Yeah, knocked the crap out of her.

Jon: She looked like she belonged on that team.

Kelson: Oh man.

Jon: Those guys were huge, weren't they?

Kelson: They looked like coke machines with legs.

Jon: Dude they were monsters.

While I do like "coke machines with legs" I can't help but notice that the footballers are saying a cheerleader belongs on a team simply because she's "big". Our heroes in the film might not be bright, checking if the cigarette lighter will electrocute them, but the short is well executed.

Agency: MMB BOSTON President/Creative Director: Fred Bertino VP/Executive Producer: Jill Andresevic Creative Director/Writer: Jerry Cronin Art Director: Jen Campbell Production Company: Biscuit Filmworks Director: Malcolm Murray Executive Producer/Managing Director: Shawn Lacy Executive Producer: Colleen O'Donnell Producer: Gina Kwon DP: Homer Martin Prop Master: Chris Combs Editorial Company: Final Cut NY Editor: Patrick Coman

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