Alice is Not the Only Fruit Phyllis is at the door. Alice would like
to take this opportunity to apologize to Phyllis. Because Phyllis is about
to meet Tasha, and Tasha is hot hot hot, and she is gonna feel really silly.
Understandably so. Phyllis looks nice in this episode, eh??
Phyllis: I'm sorry, too, I absolutely suffocated you. I was like a
teenager in love, overwhelmed by my emotions. It was too much. I should have
never put all that on you.
Alice: Well, I'd like to be friends.
Phyllis: Me too.
Haviland: Having said that, can you get your husband out of my
bedroom? That would be a really friendly thing to do.
I love Alice's little noises that she makes when she is stuck in some sort
of super-endearing embrace that makes her uncomfortable, which seems to
happen a lot to this one. She's such a cutie. Damn, her hair looks good in
the morning. Does she still have a radio show? Oh right, the website. Busy
with the website. Alice's website.
I think Jodi's art is inspired by "Brazil," "Back to the Future II," and
I think Jodi got that t-shirt at The Natural History Museum, where she was
probably shopping for gemstones to add to the castle on the cloud that she
is building in her studio. Seriously, I am all about different kinds of art,
but not this kind. I'm not sure what's going on here, but it looks a little
bit like a bunch of random metal crap. Just sayin'.
This is like, the most unflattering shot of a girl, ever, of Jodi:
Lesbian Squabble #25: When I Say You Sucked my Brain Out, The English
Translation Is I Am In Love With You, and It is No Fun...
In the Ring: Bette vs. Jodi
Content/Result: Bette says Jody was rubbing her date with that girl
in her face. Jody was all like, no, I was rubbing that girl in my face. But
it didn't work. Because all she could think about was Bette. Yeah yeah,
we've all heard/said that one before. I don't know if this is a lame excuse,
or if it's something we say to each other all the time because it's actually
Hey kiddos. Listen up. You haven't been together for very long, and you've
already had like, 10 fights. I don't think this is healthy for either of
you. Break up.
Is this scene over yet? Seriously. C'mon.
Bla bla bla. I like the image of Jodi's head spinning because Bette makes
her head spin. Bette tells her she is a "fucking heartbreaker." Bla bla BLA!
Bla bla bla.
Cockblock #6: Jodi, by Bette, re: emotional problems
Monkeys at a Picnic
All the people from the cubicle factory are sitting at their laptops,
watching Cherry-Poppin' Gang Bang. They are waiting for Max to show up. That
silly Max. Always binding his breasts.
One of the drones texts another: "Why don't we just start without him ...
her ... it?" Oh, that's a good one! You should be on "The Office." Max
finally comes in. He's late for the meeting because he is a man trapped in a
woman's body. Maybe he's trapped in my body, because I am always late for
The boss hates nothing more than when you make excuses for yourself. He
doesn't even let his own daughter get away with that.
Okay, it kinda feels like every line in this episode--if you really take it
out and look at it--doesn't mean much of anything. E.G., of course he would
be strict with his daughter. That's called like, parenting? Or before when
Shane told her Dad: "You come in here and you build yourself up because
you're a pathetic fuck." OK. Huh? Right. You tell 'em! (So? Make a point.
Don't waste words. Haven't you read strunk & white? What is this, page 7 of
my 15-page wordy-as-hell recap? Listen to me! Eliminate Useless Words!!)