Katherine McPhee plays one hot grifter. I hear she was a singer once. She should stick to acting like she grifts.
I dunno, not quite a home run this week for me. A solid triple:
1) Britta is insane. I agree with Troy. "I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOU, BRITTA!" Whatever point she was trying to prove was lost on me, but I thought it was weirdly funny.
Whoever decided on a visual like a blonde Caucasian woman with her britches down on the lap of an old black woman gets switched in her behind by that old black woman as a young black man cries in the background while another blonde Caucasian woman straddling a blonde Caucasian man bursts into the room is some kind of mad genius.
2) Pierce drawing the swastika, circling it over and over, to illustrate "windmill" - again, mad genius.
3) Senor Chang's Jewish brother. We need to learn much, much more about this mysterious Chang family.
This is quickly becoming my second favorite comedy (right behind Modern Family) and is always good for one laugh out loud, press pause and rewind to not miss the next line moment each episode. Tonight's: "What's up Phantom Menace? Hows the embargo on Naboo going"
Dexter on broadcast TV, eh? Well that'll entail some interesting editing. Will there still be any distinguishable plotline left, once they get it "scrubbed"? Good Sunday evening family viewing. Ed Sullivan would be so proud.