2 Broke Girls

Season 1 Episode 23

And Martha Stewart Have a Ball (Part 1)

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM May 07, 2012 on CBS
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In part one of the two part season finale: After a series of set backs in their cupcake business and personal lives, Max and Caroline decide to crash a Manhattan ball, so Sophie takes them out to buy dresses. Meanwhile, Oleg buys a town car in an attempt to get closer to Sophie, and Max get's Chestnut back.

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  • And Martha Stewart Have a Ball, Parts 1 & 2

    9.5
    This was an amazing episode of 2 Broke Girls, the best in my opinion, I could not have imagined a better way for the season to end.

    First off we learned a lot about the characters in this episode: What happened to Johnny, That Caroline is the most hated person in NY, Han use to be a jockey, how much Oleg cares about Sophie, and how much Earl cares about Caroline and Max. It also finally mentioned how much Caroline talks about the cupcake business.

    It was a very funny episode, that was well written, well thought out and well acted. It left my heart warm, and my mind curious of where these 2 broke gals will be in 4 months when season 2 starts!moreless
Steven Weber

Steven Weber

Martin Channing

Guest Star

Matt Cook

Matt Cook

Brody

Guest Star

Mario Diaz

Mario Diaz

Steam Punk Guy

Guest Star

Jennifer Coolidge

Jennifer Coolidge

Sophie

Recurring Role

Nick Zano

Nick Zano

Johnny

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Max: (reading Caroline's hate mail) If I ever see you on the street I will (changing what the letter says) shake you hand, and wish you well as you have been through so very much.
      Caroline: That is not what that says.
      Max: It might be, it's hard to read actual words as they are written in blood.

    • Max: (To man dressed in 1800s style clothes and using a typewriter) Wow, bummer dude! You have a time machine and somehow got programmed to this crap diner?
      Steam Punk Guy: I have to admit, I am quite taken with Steam Punk.
      Max: Oh, Steam Punk, I remember that trend. It happened for like 10 seconds back in two thousand and are you kidding me!? Dude, seriously? You are sitting in a public place tap, tap, tapping on an oldie typewriter? What, are you in the league of extraordinarily pretentious gentlemen?
      Steam Punk Guy: Aren't you being a little aggressive?
      Max: Yup! That's how people are here in the present, where we live. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to go back in time too. Maybe stop 9/11 or that creep who had sex on my shoe, but I can't.
      Steam Punk Guy: Present? Where's that uniform from? Like, 1998?
      Max: Oh, stop or I'm gonna have to shoot you with the Smith and Wesson I'm currently packing in my bloomers.

    • Max: Look, signed JPeg, that's his tag. Yo, what's the deal with this art.
      Brody: It's a street artist, everyone is getting really into him now.
      Max: Oh yea? He was trying to get into me a few months ago.
      Caroline: It was more emotional than that. He cheated on his girlfriend with her, and then blow her off. It was really hard for us.
      Max: And you thought me slapping my ass in front of him was inappropriate!?

    • Max: The word party at a party planners? Little obvious. Like me having art that says 'Will die alone.'

    • Caroline: Some day we'll have articles about us. You know pictures of you and me standing outside our country home...
      Max: Hold on, we're rich, and still living together?

    • Sophie: No! Every year I give money to charity, and I love you two girls way more than the babies with the broken smiles.

    • Caroline: Maybe we should find something cheaper at one of those consignment stores.
      Sophie: Consignment stores! What are we, Gypsies?

    • Caroline: As much as my shoes love being back in their place of birth...
      Max: Oh, your shoes were born here? Mine were born in China, but I adopted them at Payless.

  • NOTES (2)

    • This episode featured the song Starships by Nicki Minaj during the scene at the dress store.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: May 7, 2012 on Citytv
      United Kingdom: September 20, 2012 on E4/E4 HD
      Germany: February 12, 2013 on ProSieben
      Turkey: June 18, 2013 on CNBC-e

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Sophie: I'm like Richard Gere and your my two hookers.


      This is a reference to the 1990 feature film Pretty Woman which co-starred Julia Roberts.

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