On the other hand, Carroll also points out that as consumers of fiction we aren't able to just turn our emotional responses on , either: "if the response were really a matter of whether we opt to play the game, one would think that we could work ourselves into a make-believe dither voluntarily. But there are examples [of fictional works] which are pretty inept, and which do not seem to be recuperable by making believe that we are horrified. The monsters just aren't particularly horrifying, though they were intended to be" (p. 74). Carroll cites such forgettable pictures as The Brain from Planet Arous and Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman as evidence of his claim that some fictional texts simply fail to generate their intended emotional response.
The game started evenly, with both teams having a few chances, until Ben Antcliff broke the deadlock with a cool finish. Keyworth added two more before half time through Thomas Graham-Jones and Ben Antcliff again. The second half started well for Keyworth, who asserted their dominance on the game with four more goals – Thomas Graham-Jones getting his second straight from a corner, Ben Antcliff adding another for his hat-trick, Josh Till with a fine shot outside the box into the top corner, and Alex Irvine with a late seventh. The game was marred by a late challenge on the Keyworth winger by a Kirk Hallam defender after the ball was played which lead to a fractured wrist, a trip to the hospital and a caste put on meaning 4-6 weeks out (this late challenge was missed and/or not dealt with sufficiently by the referee in our opinion).