2 Broke Girls Claims Rich People Have Problems

Time for another installation of 2 Broke Girls. You probably watched “And The Rich People Problems” and just don’t want to tell anyone. It’s ok. I understand. What I don’t understand is how Kat Dennings‘ boobs got bigger this week. I swear I am not that focused on her chestal region but they were just distracting. This is my official call to action for more busty women on TV so that such a distraction is no longer the case… or so that this is always the case.

Caroline agrees

The “young people please relate to this show” joke

Max: You can’t give hipsters a microphone. That’s like throwing gasoline on a pretentious fire.

The dark joke

Max: Hold up. You know the names of your teeth?
Caroline: Don’t you?
Max: I don’t even know the name of my father.

The edgy joke

Earl: That boy’s more stiff than Michele Bachmann’s husband at a Chip N’ Dale’s.

The non-PC joke

Guy Behind Glass: Come in the back.
Max: If you go back there with him, you’ll need a bite guard and a rape guard.

The “is that racist joke?”

Earl: Max, what is the worst sentence you ever want to hear come out of Han’s mouth?…(with an accent) I’m putting in karaoke.

The vagina joke

Max: This one is shaped like a vagina.
Caroline: It’s a seashell.
Max: Sister, this is a mint green vagina.

The joke that leads to a lot of questions

Caroline: My bite guard is just sitting in the bathroom of my townhouse. If I could only get up on the roof I could break in through the skylight like I used to when I snuck out in high school.
Max: Hello, I’m Max. Have we met?

She could have broken into her townhouse this whole time? It never occurred to her before? No one ever reported a girl breaking into a townhouse the other times she’s done it? What exactly was in that suitcase she had in the first episode if there was only one outfit and no biteguard? How did security not show up in time for them to get away with all that stuff? Does that mean the townhouse is in a bad neighborhood?

For those of you that tuned in, you might have enjoyed the end of the episode which involved Caroline and Max dancing to “I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance with You.” There was some butt to crotch action so they’re pretty much dating now.

What’d you think of the episode? Feelings about Max and Caroline bonding over absentee parents? Feelings about Max and Caroline bonding over booty dancing?

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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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    • My theory is the writers had a bunch of them stored up over the years but never had a chance to use them before and since it’s a female-fronted comedy, they can now get away with them. They have to get them all in while they can.

          • Wow, really? I thought that on a site like this, the sarcasm would be obvious. I’m not the one writing rape jokes into prime time television, I was just rolling with a characterization of what must be the sort of inane justification that such a person must have. I apologize if I actually offended you, I assure you that as a victim of sexual assault, I absolutely do not find rape humorous in any way shape or form, thus the use of what I intended to be overt sarcasm. Guess I just missed the mark. At any rate, I hardly feel that it justified calling me stupid and I will say that at the end of a very long day, your comment was very much unappreciated.

          • nonono shit.
            I wasn’t calling you stupid, I was referencing a popular internet meme


            It just means that if (usually a comment) is ambiguous, the person saying that is unsure if the commenter is just “trolling” (saying offensive stuff just to get a reaction) or “stupid” (actually thinks that the offensive statement is normal/true)

            I realized that sarcasm could also be an option so I added that too.

            Sorry for the misunderstanding.

        • I totally got your sarcasm, but like Leyla I was worried that maybe you weren’t being sarcastic. In cases of possible comment ambiguity, I always add a “/sarcasm” note at the end of the comment, just so everyone is clear and I don’t accidentally encourage trolling.

          My point is, though: spot on with your comment. Main reason why I absolutely refuse to watch this show.

  1. this show is extrabad

    the portrayal of the “ethnic” characters is super dated and shameful

    and yeah, why didn’t they go get her THOUSANDS of dollars worth of designer stuff weeks ago?

    if the power is still on in her repoed(?) house they could have just hung out there

    weird bad show

  2. A. No this show isn’t a good show
    B. Yes I am a little embarrassed that I watch it
    C. I can’t tell how excited I was when I saw this post was up because now watching the show is kind of like a game – what jokes fall into which categories.
    D. Dancing/bonding scene = best part of the episode
    E. Yeah, what was in that suitcase she brought with her?

  3. If the whole show was just Kat Dennings sitting there in front of the camera doing nothing I would still watch it because it is Kat, and I can’t and will never ever ever get enough of that girl.

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