Skip to main content

2 Broke Girls returns tomorrow


I know I haven't recapped this season of 2 Broke Girls, nor have I explained why I decided to quit it. Basically, it was rather time-consuming, as much as I'd like to still be writing recaps for my favorite sitcom. I'm still very much obsessed about the show, and I hope someday I can resume writing recaps—as soon as I sort out somethings in my life.

Alright, enough chit-chat. In case you haven't watched the show lately, here's a little update on the latest goings-on this season: Max and Caroline now own a cupcake walk-up window in the back of the diner. Max has recently enrolled in the Manhattan School of Pastry, while Caroline takes a job at the institution's office to help pay for Max's tuition.
Caroline finds herself smitten by Chef Nicolas (Gilles Marini), the school's sexy, handsome French owner who is also the teacher. The two soon hook up, before she finds out that he's married. Max befriends the class clown, Deke (Eric André, best known for his role on the equally hilarious yet sadly short-lived sitcom Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23), who becomes a possible love interest for her.

And that's pretty much all you need to know. 2 Broke Girls returns tomorrow at 8:30/7:30c on CBS. DON'T MISS IT.


On a related note, did you guys see Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs hosting the People's Choice Awards last Wednesday? It was hilarious! And I had no idea Beth could sing—her rendition of "Wrecking Ball" was way, way better than the original song, that's for sure.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

"Anchors" - AM Higgins

Here's a nice breezy, almost sensual song from AM Higgins (the solo project of musician Annie Toth) to start your Tuesday off right.  Her debut album "Hymning" will be out November 5th on Victorialand Records. The album was mixed by Casey Foubert, a frequent collaborator of Sufjan Stevens. The album "captures the first years of moving from an American city to rural France." Sounds like "Hymning" will be a welcome escape from the world we live in right now, especially considering that Annie Toth counts poets Mary Oliver and Thomas Merton as influences.

"Happy New Year"- Let's Eat Grandma

There's no way to start the New Year like some extremely upbeat music about the New Year! That's where this new synthpop-heavy single from the British duo Let's Eat Grandma comes into play. It's a delightful song, and it helps increase any excitement about their third album, "Two Ribbons," which will be out this April. I personally am looking forward to hearing more from Let's Eat Grandma, who deserve way more attention than they currently get. Hopefully, 2022 will be a big year for them. Here's one of their older tracks I quite like:

3 New Lana Songs Come Out From Upcoming Album "Blue Banisters"

Not even that far off from "Chemtrails Over The Country Club" being released this past March, Lana Del Rey dropped three new singles off her upcoming project, "Blue Banisters." They include the title track, "Text Book," and "Wildflower Wildfire." All three songs seem to merge the worlds of "COCC" with "Norman Fucking Rockwell," specifically Lana's mouthful of a track "Hope is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman Like Me To Have But I Have It." They also seem uncharacteristically more confessional than most of Lana's catalog to date, specifically "Wildflower Wildfire," which alludes to a conflict with her mother. She even starts the track with "Here's the deal," readying to show more of her backstory than she ever has in her decade-plus-long career. The three songs are gorgeous - especially "Text Book," which has a haunting quality to it (she mentions "Black Lives Matter" i