Hey 3.5 readers.
This probably sounds like an unmanly post but whatever. I like “2 Broke Girls.” It’s my kind of humor.
I just finished it up to the end of the sixth and apparently last season. I mean, I don’t want to spoil it but suffice to say the girls have better luck at life this season than the previous seasons.
Still, the overall point of the show is to highlight the struggle people have, especially young people who grow up thinking the world will be their oyster only to face the grim reality of every door of opportunity they try to walk getting slammed in their faces.
Along the way, the come across all sorts of characters who are also down on their luck.
Perhaps it seems silly to worry about a show that’s basically a big pile of fluff but from the very first episode, the girls chart out a course – they’re going to lift themselves out of poverty and become big time cupcake selling superstar moguls and I just think CBS is in the wrong for ending the show before that happens.
So if any other network out there wants to pick it up for at least a final wrap-up season (I’m looking at you, Netflix) I know you’d at least have me as a viewer. I can’t guarantee my 3.5 readers will come along. They never listen to me.
Overall, it sucks when networks do this. These shows build up fans over the years that grow attached to the characters and invest time in watching their stories. It’s uncool to leave the fans hanging. We were told Max and Caroline would be super, ridiculously successful one day. We should find out if that happens.
Hollywood, if you can’t make this happen, at least put Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs in something else. Kat, and her copious bazongas are a delight. Beth is fabulous too though she lacks Kat’s bazongas. (As far as I know it’s cool to joke about this as it is a running joke in the show.)