Hi! We're from suburbia!
Anyway, they're implausibly from Bedford in the episode (way north of Brooklyn, past White Plains), and the explanation that their dog jumped on a delivery truck and got off at the Huxtable residence seems unlikely. And even if that were true: how would they have seen the signs about the missing dog if they live an hour away? In terms of costuming, they are selling the "we own an apple orchard" concept by wearing as much earth tone and plaid as their muscles can support. Their clothes hold so little interest for me that I almost feel as though they've covered themselves in a sort of visual lubricant. My eyes cannot grab hold, they just slip right off. I'm tempted to make a cutting remark about her mom hair, but I'll leave it alone.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Here's our deposit for the month.
Could they have found a less ragged animal?
Her jacket is huge. His vest is tiny. They should maybe trade.
The Curious Case of Bethany Button.
The dog, by the way, is named Squeakers, which was almost enough to make me turn the show off and skip this episode entirely.
They call her Sticky Fingers Huxtable.
Her second look is a bathrobe and actual pajamas, and thus won't be reviewed here.
The calm before the storm.
This garment is a reminder to say no to drugs.
Maybe this entry can be saved with a rousing game of HOW ARE THEY HIDING PHYLICIA'S PREGNANCY THIS WEEK?
Look at all the seduction. I don't think you're ready for this jelly.
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And that about does it. Until next week!