nicepebbles May 5, 2016 Share May 5, 2016 There are times when I really hate that this show is a sitcom because they fall into the sitcom traps and it just brings the show down for me. Still laughed a lot at this episode. Not at Wanda Sykes character much because I can't stand how 2 faced she is. Lucy really needs to get out of that place. The boss (forget his name) really needs to keep his mouth shut hilarious though he may be. (The "Bastard Miller" was hilariously wrong!) The whole episode the hubby and I were like, "This is so dumb!/Dre is super annoying! WTF?!?!" Why does Bow even engage him? I mean in the grand scheme of things, who cares? How does your life change? It doesn't. You ain't know all this time and life went on fine. I can't stand arguments about last name changes. Especially if you do it as a woman, you're wrong. GTFO! (Disappointed me Bow and with only naming white feminists. Come on writers!) I changed my name because (1) my last name from birth should've been different, (2) no particular attachment to my last name maybe because of #1, (3) taking my husband's name moved me up in the alphabet, (4) it's a cool (really cool given my profession) last name, and (5) the hubby said, "I don't ask for much. I just ask that you take my name." Given his attachment to his last name and his family's attachment to it, sure. There's definitely identity rolled up into their last name. They are very, very proud of their last name. You'd think they were the Rockefellers or something. Lol. I agree it was good to see the actors that played Rhonda's parents! (Blanking on names.) I thought her mom and Ruby would get into it because Ruby is ridiculous with the "Call me __." Woman please. This show is trying to sell me on Junior being a loser and Jack being so cute. Not buying either. I do buy Zoe is mostly a pain but has good moments and something is wrong with Diane. 1 Link to comment
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