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Big White Lies 

In order to avoid having tea with an annoying childhood friend, Penny (Casey Wilson) makes up a series of detailed lies that quickly spin out of control. Meanwhile, Dave (Zachary Knighton) ... See full summary »

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In order to avoid having tea with an annoying childhood friend, Penny (Casey Wilson) makes up a series of detailed lies that quickly spin out of control. Meanwhile, Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Max (Adam Pally) struggle to convince their nosy landlord to fix their oven. Written by Anonymous

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22 July 2012 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

The episode starts with a description of a possible lake house. Then an old friends recognizes Penny and invites her for tea. The episode evolves from there. Penny tries to avoid her at all costs, by lying A LOT. In the end she tells the truth. Personally i believe this would be rated at 6/10 In the beginning of the episode, Alex calls Brad a Big Black Dog (in reference to the possible lake house)and notices it sounded racist and Jane says "2012..." This is very positive because it shows the evolution of the society Brad is caught drinking tea, Penny wanted to avoid her old friend because of tea but it didn't mess up the group dynamic, which make an awful justification for Penny not want to see her old friend. What really stimulates me to see more of these episodes is Max. He is homosexual and he is not playing stereotypes, and we need to consider this because more than half of the gay men in the world aren't stereotypes as well. but in the end the rate of this episode is a 5/10. But this episode is a wake up call to all those that don't support homosexuality, thus, I increased to a 6.


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