Over the past few months, Netflix has truly blessed us with a number of adorable — and also kind of weird — new videos. I'm still harboring resentment over the impending departure of Princess Diaries from the streaming platform, but their recent decision to release an hours-long clip of a To All the Boys I've Loved Before scene featuring Noah Centineo might be their greatest work.
In a new video posted to their YouTube, Netflix released a five hour (yes, five hour) version of the moment Peter Kavinsky is seated alone in the hot tub. I personally don't have five hours at the moment to watch the entire thing, but the clip begins to loop just as Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) approaches, saying, "All by yourself out here?" The scene then stops, presumably staying fixated on Peter for five hours.
Checking in a various time intervals throughout the video, I can confirm that the video doesn't move from Peter. Just after we watch him splash the water, Netflix cuts the action, leaving only the sounds of a bubbling hot tub and Peter participating in what one YouTube viewer dubbed: "the longest staring contest I ever had ." Other fans also chimed in with their thoughts, writing, "Ok Netflix, if you are okay blink once. If not, twice," and "He’s literally staring into my soul for 5 hours ."
There's no word on a possible release date for the now confirmed TATB sequel, but you could always just alternate this video with the actual movie until it arrives.
Additionally, with Netflix now officially entering the world of releasing extended version of classic film scenes, I'd like to request a cut of every comeback ever shared by Erica from Stranger Things.
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