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post #421 of 583
I want the job of putting the special effects inside the blouses of the girls!!!! biggrin.gif
post #422 of 583
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Originally Posted by yankeeman View Post

I want the job of putting the special effects inside the blouses of the girls!!!! biggrin.gif

It is tough to get, you know... union. biggrin.gif
post #423 of 583
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Originally Posted by replayrob View Post

If Kat D. wasn't on the show- I'd pass on this series at this point.
+1, Kat's the one wink.gif
post #424 of 583
I agree, this one was terrible. I again felt like what Caroline did was uncool (at least they said no to the proposition). If this were real, I would have stopped hanging out with her long ago.
post #425 of 583
I'll take putting on the devices over the $1,000 for doing nothing..

The counter at the end should have been like $10 because they spent $1,250 on the horseshoes..
post #426 of 583
The counter at the end never takes into account their pay or tips as waitresses nor their living expenses (and we're expected not to notice that), so its amount is never realistic anyway.
post #427 of 583
Like Caroline pointed out, they get like $5 for tips during the whole shift, I wonder how they even buy so much food for the horse with those earnings
post #428 of 583
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Originally Posted by DrLar View Post

Like Caroline pointed out, they get like $5 for tips during the whole shift, I wonder how they even buy so much food for the horse with those earnings

I'm pretty sure that was intended to be a joke. Kind of like when you say something like "another day, another 50 cents" when talking about your salary. No waitress would stand for making just $5 a day in tips. They'd be so outta there, it's not funny.
post #429 of 583
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Originally Posted by bruin95 View Post

I'm pretty sure that was intended to be a joke. Kind of like when you say something like "another day, another 50 cents" when talking about your salary. No waitress would stand for making just $5 a day in tips. They'd be so outta there, it's not funny.

I don't know. They would have to rename the show.biggrin.gif
post #430 of 583
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Originally Posted by dattier View Post

The counter at the end never takes into account their pay or tips as waitresses nor their living expenses (and we're expected not to notice that), so its amount is never realistic anyway.

Yeah . . . the number is a fun concept but not realistic at all.
post #431 of 583
Last nights episode was interesting. I'm still amazed what they say on network TV. I'm not personally a fan of Piers Morgan either, but there was some funny parts
post #432 of 583
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreat View Post

Last nights episode was interesting. I'm still amazed what they say on network TV ... but there was some funny parts
Most of the parts were about parts.
post #433 of 583
Or just the tip of a part... LOL

I guess Max will have regular conjugal visits to Caroline's dad ?
post #434 of 583
Can somebody tell me on which planet this is considered to be a "joke"?

Han, "Hello and welcome. I am the proprietor of this fine establishement".

Max, "Wow, Han. Proprietor -- that is a pretty big word --- even bigger than you".
post #435 of 583
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Originally Posted by blitzen102 View Post

Can somebody tell me on which planet this is considered to be a "joke"?

 

Based on the mantra of the show it certainly plays. Which is to be beyond stupid... left of a Saturday Night Live skit. They never play to a typical sitcom... rather they continually make fun of them.

post #436 of 583
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Originally Posted by Charles R View Post

Based on the mantra of the show it certainly plays. Which is to be beyond stupid... left of a Saturday Night Live skit. They never play to a typical sitcom... rather they continually make fun of them.

I don't think that is the mantra of the show in any way whatsoever.

It is a completely typical -- but really bad -- sitcom.
post #437 of 583
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Originally Posted by blitzen102 View Post

It is a completely typical -- but really bad -- sitcom.

 

Their approach isn't even typical for Seth MacFarlane... I mean really... all the off the wall complaints such as the dollar total at the end of the show should be audited by Price, Waterhouse and Coopers. Either you get it or you don't... enjoy it or not.

post #438 of 583
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Originally Posted by Charles R View Post

Their approach isn't even typical for Seth MacFarlane... I mean really... all the off the wall complaints such as the dollar total at the end of the show should be audited by Price, Waterhouse and Coopers. Either you get it or you don't... enjoy it or not.

Huh? You seem to rarely make any sense.
post #439 of 583
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Originally Posted by blitzen102 View Post

Can somebody tell me on which planet this is considered to be a "joke"?

Han, "Hello and welcome. I am the proprietor of this fine establishement".

Max, "Wow, Han. Proprietor -- that is a pretty big word --- even bigger than you".

Short Jokes are always funny. Well most of the time wink.gif
post #440 of 583
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreat View Post

Short Jokes are always funny. Well most of the time wink.gif

smile.gif

For the "joke" I quoted, it is just lazy, bad writing.

They could have come up with something remotely funny. Or just had Max not say a line at all.
post #441 of 583
OK seriously, you guys are nit-picking too much. This is not Lost, it's a sitcom that uses bad jokes to get a laugh. Take it for what it is. What are ya'll expecting?
post #442 of 583
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Originally Posted by mx6bfast View Post

OK seriously, you guys are nit-picking too much. This is not Lost, it's a sitcom that uses bad jokes to get a laugh. Take it for what it is. What are ya'll expecting?
Thats the only way I can watch it, check your brain and the door and enjoy the eye candy wink.gif
post #443 of 583
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Originally Posted by blitzen102 View Post

Can somebody tell me on which planet this is considered to be a "joke"?
Planet King-Cummings, which is not to be confused with Planet King Cummins.
post #444 of 583
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Originally Posted by jjeff View Post

Thats the only way I can watch it, check your brain and the door and enjoy the eye candy wink.gif
... and if weren't for the eye candy- the show would have been off the air already.
post #445 of 583
... and yet another episode that revealed an unknown- this time an undiscovered full back room to the diner- that had street view windows no less!
Han would have to be the dumbest business owner ever not to know he had a back store room- and if it was blocked off by shelving- how did the health inspector get in their to inspect it anyway?

I fully expect next season to reveal there's a full 40 lane bowling alley directly under the diner with an exit to the subway, an Olympic size pool in the men's room and a working heliport on the roof! rolleyes.gif
post #446 of 583
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Originally Posted by replayrob View Post

... and yet another episode that revealed an unknown- this time an undiscovered full back room to the diner- that had street view windows no less!
Han would have to be the dumbest business owner ever not to know he had a back store room- and if it was blocked off by shelving- how did the health inspector get in their to inspect it anyway?

I fully expect next season to reveal there's a full 40 lane bowling alley directly under the diner with an exit to the subway, an Olympic size pool in the men's room and a working heliport on the roof! rolleyes.gif

Yeah that was a bit of a stretch. Ok a BIG stretch. rolleyes.gif
post #447 of 583
"2 Broke Girls" never, never had any pretensions of realism.  In a logical universe, Han would have known the amount of square footage and street frontage he was renting and where all of it was.  Add that previous inspectors have missed it, and that this one moved the shelving unit back to block it again.

Next season Han will probably let Max and Caroline sell cupcakes there without charging them for using the space.  [In a logical universe his own lease may forbid him from subleasing the space to another business, but nothing would prevent a restaurant from selling cupcakes, so he could let them sell cupcakes at the window as an extension of the diner's operations, under whatever royalty arrangement they agree on.]
post #448 of 583
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Originally Posted by dattier View Post

"2 Broke Girls" never, never had any pretensions of realism. ....
Next season Han will probably let Max and Caroline sell cupcakes there without charging them for using the space. 
... and reveal that he has a tail eek.gif
Edited by replayrob - 5/15/13 at 5:18pm
post #449 of 583
And a WTF moment and "PLEASE SHUT UP SOPHIE!!!!:

My eardrums almost burst.. geeesh, like please be the last scream please!

Bare live wires and water spraying, I wonder what will happen.. bzzzz!
post #450 of 583
^^^ my WTF moment what when Caroline(I think) who was warm and damp from getting squirted with the power washer said she now knows how balls feel eek.gif
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