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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Suck It Up, Robin. We're currently sober and above our desks, and we've been single for YEARS. Also, what are you wearing?

How I Met Your Mother - “The Stinson Missile Crisis”
Neil Patrick Harris plays a straight man way more convincingly than he played a gay man. Anyway, this episode was really cute. Especially the Robin stuff. Not so much the Ted stuff. But, overall, we liked it.
Episode Grade: B+

Two Broke Girls - “And Strokes of Goodwill”
Some of the puns in this episode were just painful. It was ok when Samantha Jones on Sex and City did them, but we think Michael Patrick King should leave them with her. Although we liked this series at first, it needs to shake things up, add some characters, add a few storylines, and brush up on its jokes at this point in order to move forward. We’re still watching though, and one of us liked the episode. It’s going to get a full season to improve. That’s right: a full season was ordered.
Episode Grade: C+

Hart of Dixie - “Parades and Pariahs”
We couldn’t decide if we were going to watch a second episode of this show at first, but then we decided to buckle down and give it another try. After two episodes, we’ve realized that our schedules are too full for a show this mediocre. If we give it another chance, it will be after a full season has aired (if it even gets a full season), and we will watch it in the summer.
Episode grade: C-


  1. With you 100% on 'Hart of Dixie'. I'm almost offended by its insipidness. Done.

    I'm really trying to like 'Two Broke Girls' because I like Kat Dennings so much, but I just don't find it as funny as the "live studio audience".

  2. We understand. Two Broke Girls is still a comedy in progress that needs to work out its jokes. It's not exactly our favorite style either (multi-camera, laughs, audience). We want to give it a season though, mostly because we don't have too many Monday-night shows. Especially now that we've dropped HoD.