The episode was funny. I don't think suddenly changing Mark's career was smart for the show (from police officer to bar owner in one 30 minute episode subplot).
Seems like they could have done that in the first episode of this season.
But other than that, I was laughing. I don't think they know what to do with Lily anymore. Or Roxanne. But it appears Roxanne and Mark will hook up at some point so they're planning for her.
She complains about Neal being gay, she complains about not making money at her job, she complains about not having insurance . . .
I want to see optimistic Lily again.
I miss her.
Whitney and Alex are the only ones who are doing well as their relationship progresses.
And they provided many laughs this episode. Whitney had all these schemes to save money when she was convinced that Alex was poor.
This included a product that was a shampoo, conditioner and body wash all in one -- and you could also get the toothpaste option.
She had a fit when Alex spent a fortune on sunglasses -- she said you didn't buy a pair of sunglasses, you found some on the train.
Do a lot of people spend hundreds of dollars on sunglasses?
I'm sorry, I've always bought mine on the rack at the drug store. I usually buy two at a time so if I lose or break a pair. And the two of them together usually cost between twenty and thirty bucks.
I'll pick up with Tell Me More on Monday. I just wanted an easy post tonight.
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