2 Broke Girls The Complete Third Season on DVD
Own 2 Broke Girls: Season 3 on DVD & Digital HD starting October 14th!
About the Show
Season 3 serves up sweet surprises for two of Brooklyn’s hottest waitresses, Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs), who continue to dish up sarcasm and smarts. They’ve got a new cupcake business at the diner’s back walk-up window, and Caroline and Max negotiate a work-study program at the Manhattan School of Pastry: Caroline works at the office so Max can study professional baking. Plus, love – and the aroma of freshly cooked tarts – is in the air! Caroline has the hots for the school’s hunky master chef and Max falls head over sticky buns for the outrageous class clown. The girls still worry about money – but their friendship is worth a million bucks. Sit back and savor all 24 outrageous and witty episodes iced with scandal and laughs.
I started watching this show in Season 3 so I had previously watched the first two seasons and was going in blind. I wasn’t really sure what the show was about, but figured I’d pick up the gist of it quickly since it is a sitcom. I don’t normally watch sitcoms and haven’t for years. I used to watch them all the time when I was growing up and now I remember why I enjoyed them. They are quick to watch and make me laugh. Sometimes you just need an escape from stress and 2 Broke Girls helped me get my mind off my issues, even if only for a short while!
Expect to hear some raunchy humour! I wouldn’t to watch this with my girls around or even my parents present. I’d probably be blushing! It was funny though and made me laugh throughout. I watched it at night after the kids were in bad for some late night laughs.
At the end of each episode they show a dollar a mount tallied. I wondered what that was about at first, but I think its the amount of money they made on their side-business. They sell cupcakes at the back area of the diner they work at.
Remember Stifler’s mom from the American Pie movies? She plays in this show! I love her! She plays a Polish neighbour named Sophie who has short bits here and there sprinkled throughout. I was trying to figure out what was wrong with her voice and then I realized she had an accent. She’s always a hoot at any part she plays.
If you’ve got an open-mind sense of humour then you might like this show. I’d be interested in checking out the first two seasons to see what I missed!