Troy watches Ryan choreograph the Wildcats.
Troy finds out that Sharpay prohibited employee participation in the talent show,
and he gets angry.
He drops out of his own act in the show, rejoins his friends in the kitchen, and apologizes to Ryan. “And, Ryan. I…
Just give me a reason
Just a little bit’s enough
Just a second, we’re not broken just bent
And we can learn to love again
It’s in the stars
And, it’s been written in the scars
On our hearts
That we’re not broken, just bent
And, we can learn to love again
Tryan in High School Musical 2
Tryan in High School Musical
This is so pretty! Thank you so very much for going to the trouble of making this!
Oh my god. I just realized…
Troy tells Ryan, “Watch that tail, man! It’s dangerous”, at the beginning of High School Musical 3: Senior Year, when he narrowly avoids colliding with Ryan’s butt while Ryan is dancing.
Later on in the movie, when Ryan is personally assisting Troy with a bit of choreography that Troy is struggling with, Troy holds Ryan snugly in his arms, but keeps a noticeable distance between Ryan’s backside, and Troy’s frontside.
Even though, immediately after this, Troy has no issues invading Ryan’s personal space.
Okay, we all know that Troy is a hormonal seventeen year old boy, his girlfriend is currently one thousand fifty-three miles away from him, and Troy has expressed sexual interest in Ryan, before.
So, based on all of this evidence… Troy was intentionally trying to keep Ryan’s “dangerous tail”, from accidentally brushing against his groin, because he knew what would happen if it did.
wow i erased sharpay
yeah use these things do it
Further proof that Troy was jealous of Gabriella getting to interact with Ryan, rather than the other way around?
Troy allows this to happen.
He’s not okay with this:
But Troy’s best friend hugging on Troy’s girlfriend, and Troy’s girlfriend enjoying it just a bit too much?
Yeah, that’s perfectly acceptable to Troy.
I wonder why…
Troy: And, Ryan. I know how hard you must have worked on this show. Making these Wildcats look good couldn’t have been easy. So, I apologize.
Ryan: Hey. Truth is, we’ve all had a lot of fun. At least, I have.
One of the reasons why I adore this scene so much is that Troy has endured bullying and demonization by his friends for trying to do something to better himself. Despite everything that happened in this movie to wrong Troy, he still thinks, thanks in no small part to the influence of two of the people that he’s closest to, that he was the party at fault, here, and apologizes to everyone that is suffering the consequences of what Troy believes he did wrong.
Ryan is the only one who doesn’t accept an apology, because he knows that Troy didn’t do anything wrong. He simply brushes the apology aside, ducks his head shyly at the compliment, and steps forward to reassure Troy that Troy has nothing to be sorry for.