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As one of television’s top comedies, 2 BROKE GIRLS continues for a sixth season with street smart and sarcastic Max Black (Kat Dennings) and sophisticated and intelligent Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs), who have become part-owners of the Brooklyn diner. Though Han (Matthew Moy) is having trouble with their new status, Earl (Garrett Morris) is getting a big kick out of it. The girls have also turned their cupcake window into a dessert bar (emphasis on bar), and they will be working around the clock to get their budding new ventures off the ground. Despite their demanding schedules, they’ll still leave plenty of time for some old loves and new prospects. Meanwhile, Sophie (Jennifer Coolidge) and Oleg (Jonathan Kite) are busy being new parents.

2brokegirlss6dvdStudio: Warner Home Video
Year: 2017
Release Date: October 3, 2017
Run time: 484 minutes
Rating: NR

Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 mix
Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
Disc Spec: 2 DVD
Region: 1

‘2 Broke Girls’ has been one of my favorite Series and the nice CBS’s Monday comedy lineup makes it one of the most attracted comedy Series showing The nice Start of Trivia Seasons one can watch back to back continuously. After six seasons, this Whitney Cummings comedy show comes to an end. The central cast led by Kat Dennings (Max Black) and Beth Behrs (Caroline Channinng) have shone throughout the series although I have never been comfortable with the “Fonz” like reception given Jennifer Coolidge (Sophia Kachinsky) when she makes her first appearance in every episode.

This show isn’t for everyone. The humor can be pretty dark at times. The humor can also be offensive to overly sensitive people. Yes, they make some jokes based on race, sexual orientation, religion, and anything else that can be made fun but it’s not over the top and they make fun of everyone, not just specific groups. The story line is about 2 young girls living day to day. Both girls are from two different walks of life. They each were raised in different environment and come together by fate… or well TV entertainment fate. Carolyn was raised by her father who was rich but it turns out he was stealing from people through a Ponzi scheme. He was arrested and Carolyn lost everything and everyone. Carolyn is very optimistic and upbeat. Max was raised by her mom and never knew her dad. Her mom was a bad mother. Max is used to disappointment and being in debt. Carolyn put in an application at a diner that Max worked at and their friendship started from there.

Movie Quality: 8/10

Special Features

  • Gag Reel
  • Unaired Episode

Special Features: 5/10

Final Thoughts

The Show is a represented lovely Scenario of of two young women waitressing at a greasy spoon diner strike up an unlikely friendship in the hopes of launching a successful business – if only they can raise the cash to open their own business.
Overall Rating: 8/10