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2 Broke Girls: The Complete Fourth Season (2014 - 2015/Warner DVD Set)

Picture: B- Sound: B- Extras: C+ Episodes: C+

2 Broke Girls is a hit or miss sitcom starring the beautiful duo of Kat Dennings (Thor and Thor: The Dark World) and Beth Behrs as Max and Caroline. Two young women who work at a diner part time and next door at their starter up company: a cupcake shop in Brooklyn, New York. Their quirky escapades get them into a sorts of sticky situations that often involve celebrities or pop culture. Season Four on DVD has 22 episodes and spans three discs and is now out in this collectible set for fans of the show.

Episodes this time include And The Reality Problem, And the DJ Face, And the Childhood Not Included, And the Old Bike Yarn, And The Brand Job, And the Model Apartment, And a Loan for Christmas, And the Fun Factory, And the Past and the Furious, And the Move-in Meltdown, And the Crime Ring, And the Knock Off Knock Out, And The Great Unwashed, And the Cupcake Captives, And the Fat Cat, And the Zero Tolerance, And the High Hook Up, And the Taste Test, And the Look of the Irish, And the Minor Problem, And the Grate Expectations, and finally And the Disappointing Unit. Notice every episode is named/starts with 'and the'?

Also joining the duo on the show are regular cast members Jennifer Coolidge, Jonathan Kite, Matthew Moy, and Garrett Morris. The show finds a nice balance between real world situations and sitcom comedy. The characters aren't bad but some every joke is either a sexual innuendo or a first world problem, which grows tiresome after Episode 22. There are some notable cameos in this season including Kim Kardashian West.

The sound and picture quality on the disc is standard for DVD with a standard definition transfer in anamorphic 16 X 9/1.78 X 1 widescreen and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track. Subtitles are also on the disc in English, French, and Spanish.

Extras on the disc include unaired scenes and a gag reel, but not much else.

All in all, 2 Broke Girls is a decent sitcom geared mostly towards young women or guys who are attracted to them. It has a charm, to it but also a sense of redundancy.

- James Harland Lockhart V



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