First off, I want to apologize for the quality of the header image. As some of you may know I had to switch over to screencapping previews on YouTube some time ago due to CBS’s refusal to update the photo section of the 2 Broke Girls section of their website. Most have turned out okay, but this one is not very good. I really am sorry and will try to do better next time.
Yet another point I’ve touched on again and again is whether this is the last we’ll see of Ed Quinn’s Randy, and I think I can finally say that this is the case. Unless, of course, the show’s ratings [which I’ve been keeping a close eye on] end up tanking 2 Broke Girls Season 7, in which case his return seems both inevitable and justified. Continue reading
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GORDON: Readers, have a seat. I’ve got something to tell you and I’m not sure how to say it…
You were brought in by links on Reddit and Facebook.
EVAN: I mean, maybe. I actually know for a fact that we have a fair number of regular readers who actually tune in almost daily.
GORDON: And yes, we do love them more than you.
EVAN: Also, I’m not sure that being redirected really works within the context of the word’s definition. Continue reading
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