Jim sells his old grill to Andy for $200, but Cheryl says that Andy should have it for free. Jim agrees. Then things take a twist when Jim just cannot give the grill away for free. An escalating tug-of-war between Jim and Andy begins.

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Jim sells his old grill to Andy for $200, but Cheryl says that Andy should have it for free. Jim agrees. Then things take a twist when Jim just cannot give the grill away for free. An escalating tug-of-war between Jim and Andy begins.

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Courtnipple
26 August 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

While According to Jim doesn't quite achieve the level of endless rewatchability of Friends (which is *literally* on its fifth or sixth uninterrupted loop here, 5 episodes a week, one cycle of the entire run in 47 weeks), it shares one common factor with that classic: The *Nipple Effect. When Friends was on its first run, people often made jokes how cold it must have been on the set and gave Jennifer Aniston the nickname "Jennipple". Well, Courtney Thorne-Smith in this episode especially earns herself the nickname "Courtnipple". Not that there's anything wrong with that, as the classic line goes, but this is just *ridiculous*. I mean, we are talking about "gunships" (a porn industry term) here! And that is actually *not* a good thing.

The plot of this episode was fun, the jokes, especially Jim getting pulled over by the same cop again and again, were great if not hysterically funny. The episode was solid. The makers would have been able to be proud of it. Until the gunships appeared at the end. Was *everyone* pulling a prank on Courtney? Either that, or she can *very* believably act like a woman who isn't aware her nipples are trying to push holes in her blouse. Not that there is anything wrong with that - it was almost like a parody, except that the scene was played straight. And the gunships were a *huge* distraction from the action. I bet a majority of male viewers have trouble remembering what the dialog in that scene was about. Had there been a comedy zoom in on her blouse, the intention would have been clear. In the end, the events leading to the gunship scene may forever remain a mystery.


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