And the play fort was great. I make forts all the time with my kids. What was the term they used for fort?
Here it is.
Newbies are never lowly.
I don't know that I would say it's feminist but I know what you mean. I find that kind of role reversal pro woman actually.deliriumtree wrote:Hmm... I don't know I saw "Sugalumps" as being very feminist. If you think about the gazillion and twelve songs about lady junk and lady buisness, it seemed fair to finally have a song about some boy business. I now demand more songs objectifying men! But, now at least there's one song about boy junk and that's a step in the right direction! Just my opinion but maybe it helps?
Did he? Jeesh someone get that boy some chapstick STAT. Or maybe it's just nervous thing, like when my hair is down I can't quit playing with it and I annoy myself that I can't stop. He probaby doesn't realize he's doing it.prettyrobyngirl wrote:Jemaine licking his lips 3.5 times in the first scene alone. Not an amazing moment per se, but really obvious in this episode.
JulesJules wrote:Rhys had another very funny line last night, but darnit I've slept since then and I can't remember it now. It was when they had the table tennis set up on his desk. I'm definitely watching this episode again tonight, and will make note of the quote. It cracked me up.
Mel's dream sequence was great, and again, so much was in the montage that I need to watch it at least another 2-3 times. I'd love to know what horrific offense Dream Bret committed.
TV-Jemaine is a bit racier with his language this season. It must be NYC rubbing off on him.
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