2 Broke Girls and the Pop Up Sale

This week we learn that Caroline has been holding out. She has a collection of expensive rings. Not only that, she’s never heard of this thing called the internet that helps you sell things. Sometimes you even get a decent price. It’s a strange concept and a terrible idea compared to a bathroom sale or cash for gold. Is it Christmas yet? I’m hungry.

The “young people please relate to this show” joke

Oleg: Maybe I’ll send you a twit pic of my meatloaf.

The dark joke

Max: The thing is, he used to hit her.
Caroline: Max! He did not.
Max: Caroline, it’s not your fault.
Donna: That’s awful. I understand why you wouldn’t want this ring. I’m sure there’s something I can do. It’s not our fault…I mean…your fault.

The edgy joke

Caroline: Let me see. Which ring should I sell? So much history in my lap.
Max: I don’t even want to tell you about the history in my lap.

The non-PC joke

Oleg: I was working here when you were still a dumpling on your father’s chopstick.

The “is that racist?” joke

Max: When I was a little girl I was trying to make a Hungry Man dinner and I lit the pilot light too soon and whoosh! No eyebrows. I had to draw them on in Magic Marker. Only Mexican girls would talk to me.

The vagina joke

Max: There’s only one tool that can change my ‘tude but I’m gonna need two double A batteries and a 20 minute break.

The joke that leads to a lot of questions

Max: Look Jeffrey. I know we just met but there’s no way you’re a top.

What does Max know about tops? Do straights know this terminology? Is Max a top? Was that joke also an insult? Did she just bottom diss? Is bottom dissing a thing?

I guess rape jokes have been replaced with domestic violence jokes. We all know how hilarious abuse is. There was a lot of talk about long hauls and commitment and being together forever. There was even a meaningful hug. Supes gay ep. Maybe if they were actually gay, they would be more resourceful. We’re a resourceful people.

Brittani Nichols is a Los Angeles based comedy person. When she's not tweeting about white people or watching television, she's probably eating pizza. Actually, she's probably doing all three of those things concurrently and when she's not doing THAT, she's sleeping. Brittani also went to Yale and feels weird about mentioning it but wants you to know.

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10 Comments

  1. I’ve never heard my straight friends use the word top in that sense. I just asked my mom (who unfortunately scarred me or life with her inability to comprehend boundaries in the discussions of sex) if she knew what “a top” meant and she did but it could be because she sells sex toys and does a lot of parties for all sorts of people… wow this just got uncool realizing my mom is cooler than me…

  2. You only nonchalantly talk about tops/use the term if you’re someone who works in sexual health or are *ahem* a little queer around the ears. Meaning my straight friends (who hang around a lot of gays) have never used the words ‘top’ or ‘bottom’ comfortably and the one or two times anyone has tried have looked like they had just used a word they weren’t supposed to and were going to get in trouble. My friends who have experimented with the same sex for a decent amount of time to learn the lingo however, are pretty comfortable with the terminology.

    Thus I think Max has been a little curious at least one point in her life. And I support the shit out of that.

    • I think it’s canon that Max has “dabbled” before. In one of the previous episodes she includes “girls” as things she uses to get over someone else.

      That said, these two are so engaged. The oven was a token of promise for their long haul futures together, last I heard, those were called engagement rings.

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