2 Broke Girls: The Complete Second Season
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The #1 new comedy of its premiere season and winner of the 2012 People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy continues for another hilarious season as sarcastic, streetwise Max Black (Kat Dennings) and sophisticated, school-smart Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs) - who met waitressing at the same Brooklyn diner - become closer to their goal of running a successful cupcake business … and closer as friends. Surrounded by their offbeat, colorful "family" at the diner, "smarts" plus "hearts" might just be the recipe for success for these two broke girls. This season, the girls open a cupcake shop! Plus, Jennifer Coolidge (American Pie films) joins the starring cast as Sophie, the girls' outrageous upstairs neighbor, and Ryan Hansen (Party Down) guest stars as Candy Andy, Caroline's new love interest. The series is executive produced and co-created by Emmy® Award winner Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City).]]>
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5 STARS for the show.
Season 2 was a more funnier than season 1. Great show just beware of some inappropriate jokes. Jennifer Coolidge steals the show, her character is way too hilarious.
0 Stars for Warner Bros. Entertainment for not releasing it to blu-ray. Really want to buy this season but I'll wait until Warner Bros. provide a blu-ray release.
This show isn't for everyone. The humor can be pretty dark at times. The humor can also be offensive to overly sensitive people. Yes, they make some jokes based on race, sexual orientation, religion, and anything else that can be made fun but it's not over the top and they make fun of everyone, not just specific groups.
The story line is about 2 young girls living day to day. Both girls are from two different walks of life. They each were raised in different environment and come together by fate... or well TV entertainment fate. Carolyn was raised by her father who was rich but it turns out he was stealing from people through a Ponzi scheme. He was arrested and Carolyn lost everything and everyone. Carolyn is very optimistic and upbeat. Max was raised by her mom and never knew her dad. Her mom was a bad mother. Max is used to disappointment and being in debt. Carolyn put in an application at a diner that Max worked at and their friendship started from there.
Carolyn discovers that Max bakes amazing cupcakes. Carolyn, being her optimistic self, comes up with a business plan for them. Carolyn went to Wharten and studied business. She estimates how much money they need to start their business and their attempts to reach that goal start.
Each episode they're trying to make money while facing emergencies that come up.Read more ›
There are only three dvds in this set, and I wish there were more deleted scenes or behind the scenes bloopers etc., but I'm too thrilled at being able to binge watch so much hilarity to complain.
I'd recommend to adult audiences.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good tv series but discs were scratched upon watching the episodes for the first time.Published 1 month ago by Maggie