Courtney Cox should be worshiped and studied by other cultures. We never miss an episode of Cougar Town. In fact, it’s quite an educational experience. Here’s what we learned from “Little Girl Blues.”
If you can’t find a marble that someone allegedly tripped on, better to think them a liar.
Calling someone named “Kristen” when their name is “Kiersten” is pretty awkward. Or funny. Or both.
There’s a fine line between eccentric genius and just plain …eccentric.
People still use the word “manorexic.” Are there still manorexic’s? Probably.
Human bed bugs = once they’re in, they’ll never leave. I bet you know a few.
Singing what you’re thinking when you’re nervous is funny. Try it!
It’s fun to wind your friends up like a toy robot and then let them go. Well, fun if you have sociopathic tendencies.
Sleeping in a hammock is terrifying, not at all like sleeping in a cloud. I learned this during one fateful camping trip back in the 90′s… It’s almost like an exercise routine to keep yourself balanced and not feel like you’re going to tip over like a cartoon character.
A fishtank can be a bathroom.
In fact, seatbelts should come with hammocks.
Sometimes people say things just so someone disagrees with them. Sigh. I’m so terrible at being a fabulous millionaire model genius. .. Now you disagree, dammit!
“Do not stop Cobb-stopping” is hard to say.
Someone baking stuff is basically like them trying to battle you for someone’s soul.
Drinking coffee out of bowls makes you Japanese.
Men shave their legs to swim faster. Or at least that’s their excuse.
You need a barrier to keep people from invading your space. Such as, for instance, a baby.
Breakfast wine, anyone?
Flicker lights while banging a cookie sheet for very eerie effects.Creep out your friends with wild abandon!
A large wine glass can be like family.
“Your hair looks like chicken fat,” is a solid insult for blondes. And even creeps out brunettes.
Tip an imaginary hat and you’re cool. “Imaginary clown noses are pointless.
Soda, not slowda! Which did you order?
Let your man say “yes” before he does the task he has to do no matter what. It gives him a tad more esteem. Mwahaha. That’s cold, yo! Why am I talking like this? Because the episode is over and I’m sad! Yo. I’m sad.
Cougar Town Little Girl Blues Synopsis: Episode Synopsis: COUGAR TOWN “Little Girl Blues” Season 2 Episode 8 – Travis brings home his new girlfriend, Kirsten (Collette Wolfe), a grad-student, to meet Jules, on ABC’s “Cougar Town,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 (9:31-10:01 p.m., ET). Jules feels instantly threatened when Ellie points out that, moving forward, any girl Travis brings home could be her future daughter-in-law. Meanwhile, Grayson’s house has become the new place for the gang to hang out, which he hates, and Travis turns to Bobby for advice. “Cougar Town” stars Courteney Cox as Jules, Christa Miller as Ellie, Busy Philipps as Laurie, Dan Byrd as Travis, Josh Hopkins as Grayson, Ian Gomez as Andy and Brian Van Holt as Bobby. Guest stars include Collette Wolfe as Kirsten and Spencer Locke as Kylie. “Little Girl Blues” was written by Kate Purdy and directed by Michael McDonald.
Cougar Town airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
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