REVIEW: 2 BROKE GIRLS – SEASON 4

Starring

Kat Dennings (Thor)
Beth Behrs (The Neighbourhood)
Garrett Morris (Ant-Man)
Jonathan Kite (Black Dynamite)
Matthew Moy (No Strings Attached)
Jennifer Coolidge (American Pie)

Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

RECURRING / NOTABLE GUEST CAST

Kim Kardashian West (Disaster Movie)
Natalie Dreyfuss (The Originals)
Jesse Metcalfe (Dead Rising)
Josie Totah (No Good Nick)
Diane Delano (Popular)
Sammi Hanratty (A Christmas Carol)
Danielle Macdonald (Patti Cakes)
Valerie Harper (Rhoda)
John Brotherton (Fuller House)
Ian Reed Kesler (The Finder)
Patrick Cox (Aquaman)
Sandra Bernhard (One Hell of A Guy)
Austin Falk (Tales of Halloween)
Ilia Volok (Power Rangers Wild Force)
Caroline Rhea (Sabrina: TTW)
Laura Kightlinger (Lucky Louie
Nico Santos (Superstore)

In Season Four Kim Kardashian pays the cupcake shop a visit, Caroline starts using an abandoned bike to make deliveries, but Max is unable to do her share because she cannot ride a bicycle, Max and Caroline rent their apartment via Airbnb to some models in town for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, the girls find out two rich high school girls are selling knock-offs of their cupcake T-shirts.

Other Highlights are –

Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

And The Childhood Not Included

When Caroline accidentally loses Han’s expensive fish while cleaning the tank, Max considers selling a sentimental gift she just received from her mother in order to pay for a new one.

 

Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

And The Brand Job

Max and Caroline’s partnership – and friendship – is almost torn apart when Caroline drags Max to a seminar to help brand their cupcake business.

Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs, Lily Aldridge, and Martha Hunt in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

And the Model Apartment

In an attempt to make some extra money, Max and Caroline decide to rent out their apartment on airbnb. Sophie finds new ways to test Oleg’s faithfulness and commitment to their relationship.

And the Past and the Furious

Caroline is shocked when she receives a Lamborghini for her birthday, which her father ordered for her four years ago. Meanwhile, Oleg has something big planned for Sophie.

Kat Dennings, Jean Grae, Beth Behrs, and Sherry Mandujano in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

And the Crime Ring

Max and Caroline are arrested for breaking into a cute guy’s apartment to recover the rings Caroline left behind after she spent the night.

Beth Behrs in And the Zero Tolerance (2015)

And the Zero Tolerance

When Caroline notices the girls’ bank balance is less than zero, she and Max desperately look for ways to make enough money for the payments on their T-shirt loan. Soon after, John (“Big Mary”) from Max’s pastry school comes by to say he’s working as a pastry chef at “The High”, a new upscale restaurant in Manhattan. He encourages Max to apply for the other pastry chef position that needs to be filled, and Caroline tags along to apply for a waitress job.

And the High Hook-Up (2015)

And the High Hook-Up

Joedth finds a hot, young Irish man named Nashit (Austin Falk) on a bench outside The High, and hires him, asking Caroline to train him as a waiter. Max is smitten and vows to get Nashit into bed, but doing so would violate Joedth’s strict “no hook ups among employees” policy. After the two are caught, Han hires Nashit to work as a dishwasher at the diner.

And the Grate Expectations

At Oleg’s bachelor party, Han inadvertently discloses a secret that leads Sophie to cancel the wedding. The girls and Big Mary open up a new branch of The High that, much to their dismay, is located in an airport.

Jennifer Coolidge in 2 Broke Girls (2011)

And the Disappointing Unit

Sophie and Oleg get married, despite some challenges on their wedding day. Disappointing sales at the airport branch of The High put the girls’ future there in doubt. The Girls then end up going to Paris using the tickets they got to get into the airport to kidnap Nash. The episode ends with Max and Caroline drinking champagne from their cabin crew friends.

Another great season, with some great laughs, the show gets better and better every season and am looking forward to season 5.

REVIEW: NO GOOD NICK – PART 1

No Good Nick (2019)

Starring

Siena Agudong (Star Falls)
Lauren Lindsey Donzis (Liv and Maddie)
Kalama Epstein (The Fosters)
Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina: TTW)
Sean Astin (Lord of The Rings)

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Recurring / Notable Guest Cast

Ted McGinley (No Tomorrow)
Molly Hagan (Izombie)
Kyla-Drew (Peppermint)
Tiana Le (Just Add Magic)
Sanai Victoria (The Paynes)
Eddie McClintock (Warehouse 13)
Josie Totah (Jessie)
Troy Winbush (John Q)
Ricco Ross (Aliens)
French Stewart (Mom)
Patricia Belcher (Bones)

6e688f8c-f5a8-407d-8d66-62821baba17a-nogoodnick_101_unit_00008rAn above-average premise mostly fails to elevate an otherwise average sitcom. New on Netflix today, No Good Nick (which is apparently the first of two parts) is a run-of-the-mill sitcom with an admittedly intriguing premise. The Nick of the title is a teenage con artist played by Siena Agudong who ingratiates herself into the well-off Thompson family with the intention of rinsing them all once she’s gained their trust.No Good Nick Review MainThere’s some moderate star power to lure in viewers. The family’s parents, Liz and Ed, are played by Melissa Joan Hart (the original Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and therefore kids’ TV royalty) and The Goonies’ and The Lord of the Rings’ Sean Astin. Their kids are plucked straight from the new generation of family-friendly television; Kalama Epstein plays the serious and suspicious Jeremy, and Lauren Lindsey Donzis his woke activist sister Molly. The talent and their well-trodden archetypes are all present and correct, then, as is the general trajectory of the ten-episode first season, which is what makes No Good Nick instantly familiar despite its fresh-feeling setup.maxresdefault (1)Naturally, then, you can predict most of the major beats. The Thompson family are initially skeptical of Nick — who poses as a distant relative fresh out of foster care — but warm to her general enthusiasm and interest in their mundane hobbies or careers. At the same time, Nick warms to the Thompsons, beginning to realize that what she’s doing just might be wrong and that the immoral puppeteers pulling her strings are not worth her loyalty. There are plenty of ways that No Good Nick could have made more of its premise, but it never really stumbles on a compelling one.no-good-nick-netflix-serie-sitcom-comedia-adolescente-6All that’s left, really, is the usual teen-focused sitcom fare, with a particular focus on liberal hot-topics. The gags range from surprisingly funny to horribly cringe-inducing, with no real consistency either way. There’s an effort made to have the characters break out from their archetypal molds, but it never really amounts to much. Despite potential here for a second part that makes good on the promise of its hook, as things stand No Good Nick is, fittingly, not much good.