I once met a man who took me into his gallery to show me his collection of crazy quilts. From the outside, this gallery looked just like every other gallery, neat, clean, organized. Yet once you entered, you began to see the inner workings unravel a bit. Mayhem! Mania! But in a good way.
Number 3 was posted a few minutes ago, and we're clearly with the characters now watching a bit of Seinfeld. Jerry perhaps even becomes perhaps a third character in the match. Will he follow us throughout the match? He made it for a record number of seasons after all.
Beyond that though we’re seeing the narrative that began in the first round, continued in a solid way. First a provocation by Reichenstein. Then, an original composition, so artfully constructed by Muller. Now, we’re inside, perhaps this is what the visor-clad gentleman is seeing. Seinfeld. Elaine. ’80s television brings a certain focus at a time when minutes are ticking down and around us it is a bit of mayhem.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Liz Danzico.
Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
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