Cliff Huxtable: Obstetric Ninja
Cliff Huxtable: Comfortable Detective
That seductive face? It's about pizza. You can't handle what she'd do with actual sex.
From here, I think it might be best to move chronologically through the episode, tracking Cliff's various encounters in his search for peace. People tend to appear in pairs and groups, so it'll be easier to discuss them as they pop up instead of trying to follow each character individually. Like Dr. Huxtable, I was looking forward to a quiet day of mostly recycled clothing, but then I was bombarded with a staggering array of guest stars and costume changes.
Was it weird for these actors to mock their own pubescence?
These cartoon colors make him look like a Dora the Explorer character.
Any more studying and he's going to fail out of middle school.
My last three clothing purchases were inspired by her style. Not even joking.
He's nice, but he'll leave you for Penny Pingleton.
She was out storm chasing right before this scene.
You could do better, Elvin. Let the next breakup be the last.
"Television is fun!" raves mainstream TV show.
Just straight chillaxin'.
"No, I was not in the Halloween episode. Racist."
Desperate to escape, Cliff finally hides in his office. Clair joins him. We've seen what they're wearing, though, so we'll skip ahead. The next part of the episode involves everyone getting ready to go out for the night. New outfits!
I know they break up eventually, and I wouldn't be surprised if this ensemble was a factor.
Denise has lots of boyfriends, but I think this guy is my favorite.
He tries harder. Too hard, really.
He's Brooklyn's fifth-best Prince impersonator in the under-18 division.
Do you really want to hurt me?
See? I'm nice to her once in a while.
I'm nice to her once in a while, too. Just not now.
I'm almost always nice to this one.
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See you next Monday, lovelies.