Or get alarmed.
The rookie coach might be stressed, frustrated and overdosing on Tums off-camera, but he'll never show you that side.
What was the line from the old deodorant commercial? Never let 'em see you sweat?
Jacque is James Bond-cool. A power saw might be bearing down on him as he's dangling over a shark tank, but he'll look calm and ridiculously patient as he triggers a life-saving gadget from his shoe.
Vaughn, Jacque Vaughn.
Then he'll tell the media there were some good things to come out of the encounter with a great white.
I don't know what's impressed me more about Jacque after the first half of the season:
How he's managed to keep the Magic from becoming a laughingstock, as some predicted — or his ability to spot a rainbow while it's thundering overhead.
I'll go with the rainbow angle, considering that staying upbeat becomes an even larger part of his gameplan now that the Magic have lost 15 of their last 17.
Jacque is so impossibly positive that you wonder if he was assembled at Disney. He makes Anthony Robbins look like a pessimist.
Show tunes play and tweety-birds flutter around him, even when Jameer Nelson throws a pass into somebody's popcorn. Nelson will never hear a discouraging word from Jacque or read a quote by him slamming his Orville Redenbacher turnover in the morning newspaper.
Jacque is exactly what the Magic were looking for after the Dwightmare bruised their image.
Players seem content. Management is happy. Ownership is just thrilled that Jacque hasn't announced that "Big Baby" Davis tried to get him fired. Everyone is overjoyed with who he is and who he is not.
He is not Stan Van Gundy.
The Magic have gone from one extreme to the other.
Stan wanted to stay after the Dwight mess, but his head might have exploded working on a rebuilding project. The Magic needed someone who would be able to quietly take his lumps and learn.
"I said I was going to be me, and that's been my approach. I have not tried to be another coach or anyone else. That's the truest test," Vaughn said. "I talked about my demeanor and my approach with the guys. When you get in that moment is the true test. Are your words your actions?
"For me, it's been a good walk, because I do a lot of self-examination. …I totally critique myself."
Full disclosure: I'm a big Stan fan.