Christy and Bonnie try to be supportive when Regina tells them she no longer thinks she is an alcoholic, while Wendy tries to convince the others to attend a sober holiday dance.
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM CHUCK LORRE, # 513
This past year I was inspired by the transgender movement which, to me, appears to be an effort to synchronize one's outward sexual identity with one's internal sexual experience. I couldn't help but notice that, in many cases, the people who do this appear to be extremely happy. Which got me thinking. I want to be extremely happy. Maybe it's time for me to make a change. But then I realized my discomfort is not with having a male human body. It's with having any human body. With that in mind, my next step was obvious. I started looking for a reputable surgeon who would help me become the first member of the trans-species movement. My hope was to become a porpoise, or a hawk. (I'm a big fan of hawks, with all the gliding and swooping.) After a long, exhausting search, I found a highly-regarded doctor in Pyongyang who was more than willing to do the operation if I could sneak him into Seoul. Which I did. But then, minutes before the procedure was to begin, I was told that once again my Writers Guild insurance wouldn't pay. Filled with frustration, I decided to lose my troublesome body altogether and become trans-human. With a few odds and ends purchased from Fry's, I created a device which uploaded my entire personality, including thoughts, memories and emotions, onto the internet. As the kids like to say, I achieved singularity. If you can spare a moment, please come visit me at:
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References A Charlie Brown Christmas
Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)
Written by Christopher Stewart
, Kuk Harrell
Performed by Beyoncé See more