What's the old, male, overeducated version of the manic pixie dreamgirl?
This "regular" game of theirs happens with astonishing infrequency.
Someone needs to install a streetlight outside this house.
Side note: this scene starts with the two young lovers discussing Ellison's Invisible Man. While they never get beyond saying they both like the book, it's one of the few examples of racial politics getting referenced, even obliquely, in the show.
It's time to go shopping, dude.
I probably could have worked harder to get a flattering shot of her.
This is what a Power Ranger looks like without the power.
He likes it, and will put a ring on it.
He's apparently on his way to a beach funeral.
How the mighty have fallen.
Check yourself, Clair. Mullets can happen to the best of us.
"I'm leaving. The kitchen smells like old balls."
For him, this entry is already over.
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