Grimace's little brother.
He's wearing a map of the mall. You are here. Style is somewhere else.
Cliff is really tired during this episode. So, so tired.
She's whistling while she lurks.
Don't cross this pink. It won't be pretty.
As a side note, the thematic analysis in the show's dialogue was sort of a mess. Clair's pseudo-intellectual deconstruction of a foreign film sounds like what a fourth grader might think smart people sound like. Could they honestly not have found a film student somewhere in New York to give that a second look? Just wait until we get to the episode with the book club, which is even worse. Of course, I'm using my English degree to make this, so maybe I'm not in a place to judge.
Denise spends the entire episode fed up.
Why so serious? Seriously, there's no need for all this stank.
I never really comment on it, but Rudy is an adorable name.
He looked better in other caps, but a derpy face from him is so rare that I had to keep it.
His pants are wide enough to carry a spare set of legs, just in case.
Next time, take the shirt out of the bag before you put it on.
Also, if you look really closely at the wide shot, you can see a pin on her right side: it's those wings from episode #2.10. Was there a budget cut this week? Are we raising awareness for recycling?
Your honor, I present Exhibit A.
Good outfit for a date. Bad outfit for a lady-on-lady cage match.
This ensemble really plays to Vanessa's strengths as a stylist. She's got her bright solid foundation with the matching Kermit-colored leggings and turtleneck. Then she offsets the tight solids with a baggy, peacock-patterned shirt. The whole thing is controlled by the richness of the purple and the bulk of the wool. It's such a great look. I can't hate. Obviously, she was still in the wrong, so verdict for the plaintiff here, but the law isn't the same as justice.
I can't snark on this.
Tempestt, you're in the frame. You know that, right?
What did you eat last night, dude?
Even that bear is more expressive than Vanessa.
Well, that about does it. As usual, let's cap things off with a friendly mugging. GIVE ME YOUR MONEY! No, but really, you guys have been exceptionally generous, and it is appreciated. If you liked this entry (or previous entries; many of them are quite good if I do say so myself) then I hope you'll consider donating a dollar to the cause. Until I think of a better reward for your contributions, all I can promise is a personal thank you from me. But it'll be a really nice thank you, I swear.