2 Broke Girls

Season 2 Episode 5

And the Pre-Approved Credit Card

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 05, 2012 on CBS

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  • Quotes

    • Caroline: It's just processing our application.
      Max: No it's not, it's finding out everything about us. Now it's finding out your dad stole millions of dollars, now it's finding out I was fired from 8 Dairy Queens, now it's finding out why I got fired from 8 Dairy Queens.
      Caroline: Oh my god, Max, we're approved! We've just been approved!
      Max: What!? What is wrong with them, does Dairy Queen report nothing!? Get back on there and disapprove us!

    • Max: (about Earl's son, Darius) He is not a customer, look at him, don't you see the resemblance!?
      Caroline: Oh my god! Is he your father?
      Max: Yes. He is my father, and my mother is a piece of chalk!

    • Earl: Hold up Darius, how'd all this happen?
      Darius: Well, I mean, I knew a guy at Cadillac, who knew a guy at Toyota, who knew a guy at Subaru, who sold the club owner a Dodge. Then he hit a kid with it! The kid should have dodged! You gotta laugh!
      Han: There's a dead kid in the mix and we gotta laugh!? (leaves)
      Max: It's not his fault he's not funny. We put his sense of humor on a high shelf.

    • Darius: I already have my stage name, Darius the Hilarious. I think it's a good choice, right?
      Han: Is it?
      Max: Well, obviously Big D, we will all be there to support you.
      Han: Will we!?

  • Notes

    • This episode was originally suppose to air on October 29, 2012, but was postponed for a week due to the coverage of Hurricane Sandy.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: November 5, 2012 on Citytv
      United Kingdom: December 13, 2012 on E4/E4 HD
      Germany: March 26, 2013 on ProSieben

  • Allusions

    • Darius's stage name "Darius the Hilarious" is most likely a reference to the man playing Darius, Cedric the Entertainer.

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