In the first of this week's episodes, Penny and Max try to break the habit of texting the men in their lives, with help from a black market cough medicine. And Brad uses his business skills (and the "talents" of his friends) to keep Chuckles & Hugs from closing.
"Well, first I texted him to see if he wanted to go see that new gay Four Tops cover band, the Four Tops, then he texted me back and said he was more of a Smokey Robinson man, to which I texted him back I second that emoticon smiley face." Jane's inspired Lucy-esque tour through the deathtrap of Max's kitchen. "Everything I see reminds me of him: A train going through a tunnel, an oil rig exploding ... two gay guys having sex." "You are watching way too much stock footage and gay porn."
"Okay, I've looked at your books, which »
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