2 Broke Girls

Season 1 Episode 12

And the Pop-Up Sale

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Dec 12, 2011 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Caroline decides to sell some of her old jewelry so that they can replace Max's oven.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Caroline: You're just taking advantage of people because the world economy is crashing.
      Elena: It's called Cash for Gold not Sympathy for Flat Chicks!

    • Caroline: Which ring should I sell? There's so much history in my lap.
      Max: I don't even wanna tell you about the history in my lap!

    • Han: OK, first comment.Dark haired waitress.
      Max: (high pitched and happily)Hey!
      Han: Was very rude!
      Max: (high pitched and happily)Hey!

    • Oleg: Over there they roll fast and loose.
      Han: Well, this is how I roll.
      Max: Yea, short and slow.
      Han: No, I roll Fast and Furious, Tokyo Drift style!

    • Max: It's the muscle car of ovens. It's bad ass! It's so bad ass, when I do karaoke I change the lyrics from Purple Rain to Purple Range!

    • Max: OH! T.A.T. Rings! No.
      Caroline: I guess it's the kind of thing that only people in 'the know' know, you know?
      Max: No.

    • Max: So, if those are your expensive rings what is all that other stuff you wear?
      Caroline: Cheaper copies. You never wear the good stuff out in public!
      Max: Got it. Kinda like hiding the Banana Republic, and wearing the Gap.

  • NOTES (3)


    • Max: I don't want you selling your precious rings, Frodo!

      Frodo is a character from the Lord of the Rings movies, who inherited a ring and was tasked with the quest to destroy it.

    • Han: I roll Fast and Furious, Tokyo Drift style

      Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift is the 3 movie in the very successful Fast & Furious franchise. While it is the 3rd movie out of 5, the events of the film take place after the 5th film.

    • Oleg: I would have taken job at T.G.I. Friday's instead.

      T.G.I. Friday's is a very successful restaurant franchise.