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Love that Max points and laughs at her own boyfriend. Seems appropriate.

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"And the New Boss" was basically a plot-device of an episode, its obvious purpose being to prepare the cupcake shop for opening — and to pad it out, we got thrown a random and lazily-written guest star (Abby Elliott) along with a few gross jokes about sex, because of course we do. It wasn’t 2 Broke Girls' finest installment, but hey, it didn't have any Amish boner jokes, right?

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I don’t even know where to begin with how bad this episode was on an overall level, but I would like to state for the record that with each and every installment, 2 Broke Girls is becoming more and more clearly like a contemporary Married… with Children — and I do mean the later seasons.

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"And the Candy Manwich" was hands down one of the best episodes of 2 Broke Girls ever. Sure, it doesn’t hurt that I love Ryan Hansen (having both Veronica Mars and Party Down on your resume basically makes you TV royalty), but the jokes about Candy Andy were actually pretty funny, Max’s one-liners were more hilarious than gross (with a few exceptions below), vulnerable Caroline was totally endearing and rather than go the obvious female-competition-between-two-friends route, the show instead opted to make some pretty good masturbation jokes — both male and female — and was able to normalize the deed without shaming anyone… and we didn’t even have to hear about Oleg touching himself at all!
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"And the Candy Manwich" was hands down one of the best episodes of 2 Broke Girls ever. Sure, it doesn’t hurt that I love Ryan Hansen (having both Veronica Mars and Party Down on your resume basically makes you TV royalty), but the jokes about Candy Andy were actually pretty funny, Max’s one-liners were more hilarious than gross (with a few exceptions below), vulnerable Caroline was totally endearing and rather than go the obvious female-competition-between-two-friends route, the show instead opted to make some pretty good masturbation jokes — both male and female — and was able to normalize the deed without shaming anyone… and we didn’t even have to hear about Oleg touching himself at all!

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knuckle-curve:

The cutest couple ever. 

Wait, WHAT?

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Kill Chestnut It’s odd that Caroline’s horse was ever part of this show, so it’s overdue that he’s sent to the glue factory. On screen, of course. This isn’t Luck.
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Kill Chestnut
It’s odd that Caroline’s horse was ever part of this show, so it’s overdue that he’s sent to the glue factory. On screen, of course. This isn’t Luck.

Read more: 2 Broke Girls: How to Make It Even Worse

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Teach Us More About New York Clearly no one on the writing or set-designing staffs has been to New York City since the ’70s, but they seem very keen on portraying how dirty, gritty and dangerous it is. Next season, Caroline and Max could trek to Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island and mock all of the multi-cultural low-income people in those boroughs.
Read more: 2 Broke Girls: How to Make It Even Worse

Teach Us More About New York
Clearly no one on the writing or set-designing staffs has been to New York City since the ’70s, but they seem very keen on portraying how dirty, gritty and dangerous it is. Next season, Caroline and Max could trek to Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island and mock all of the multi-cultural low-income people in those boroughs.

Read more: 2 Broke Girls: How to Make It Even Worse

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Pump Up the Laugh Track It’s apparently the signature style in all CBS sitcoms, so make it twice as loud over all of the momentary pauses and predictable laugh breaks in the series. After all, the canned guffaws make about as much as sense as the numerical 2 in the show’s title.
Read more: 2 Broke Girls: How to Make It Even Worse

Pump Up the Laugh Track
It’s apparently the signature style in all CBS sitcoms, so make it twice as loud over all of the momentary pauses and predictable laugh breaks in the series. After all, the canned guffaws make about as much as sense as the numerical 2 in the show’s title.

Read more: 2 Broke Girls: How to Make It Even Worse