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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.

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