2 Broke Girls

Season 2 Episode 7

And the Three Boys With Wood

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 19, 2012 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Max and Caroline recruit 2 Amish boys who are exploring the modern world to help them build a barn for Chestnut.

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  • A notch down from the last episode.

    8.5
    The only funny thing about tonight's episode is the boy who died from a boner. HAHAHA. I guess the last episode was too good to surpass. No character development either. Not really one of their good episodes.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Caroline: I've never dated poor, what is acceptable on a first date?
      Max: Well, I'm pretty classy, so anal.
      Caroline: I'm not that poor.

    • Jaccob: So, got any words of wisdom for a kid trying to make it in the world.
      Max: No, do you? Look, just know you're gonna struggle for a while, someone's gonna ask you what time it is, and when you look down at your watch he's gonna put his penis on you, but like Dan Savage says, it gets better. Although it hasn't for me, so maybe that only applies to questioning teens. In point, there's really no point to anything, but sometimes you get to eat candy or have sex, and that's when it all feels right.

    • Andy: She was practically a princess.
      Max: Was, was a princess, now she has five pairs of underwear and hasn't done laundry in eight days.

    • Caroline: That's not so much a dance floor, as it is an STD mosh pit.

    • Max: (About Sophie) Jaccob, don't look directly at her, she's like an eclipse with boobs.

    • Caroline: Max, you can't give underage kids beer in our home.
      Max: Why? Isn't that what love is?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Caroline says that Andy's text was emojis. Emoji is the Japanese term for the picture characters or emoticons used in electronic messages and webpages.

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