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Sparrow - Jul 27, 2021
2 Broke Girls

Character Max Black
Created by Whitney Cummings & Michael Patrick King
Other cast Beth Behrs, Garrett Morris, Jonathan Kite, Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge
Premiere date 19 September 2011 (USA)
Genre Comedy
Running time 22 minutes

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Sassy, streetwise Max works two jobs just to get by, one of which is waiting tables during the night shift at the retro-hip Williamsburg Diner. Sophisticated Caroline is an uptown trust fund princess who’s having a run of bad luck that forces her to reluctantly give waitressing a shot. At first, Max sees Caroline as yet another in a long line of inept servers she must cover for, but she’s surprised to find that Caroline has as much substance as she does style. When Caroline discovers Max’s knack for baking amazing cupcakes, she sees a lucrative future for them, but they first need to raise the start-up money.

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Less than Perfect

Character Kaitlin
Created by Terri Minsky
Directed by Ted Wass
Written by Claudia Lonow
Produced by Wass/Stein Productions, Touchstone Television
Other cast Sara Rue, Sherri Shepherd, Eric Roberts, Zachary Levi
Premiere date 02 December 2003
Episodes S02E10
Genre Sitcom
Running time 30 minutes

Less Than Perfect is an American sitcom created by Terri Minsky and starring Sara Rue and Sherri Shepherd which originally aired on ABC from October 1, 2002, to June 27, 2006.

The show centers on Claude Casey (Sara Rue), a young woman who works at a television network called GNB. Though at first a temp who fills in on other assignments, Claude is hired in the pilot by anchor Will Butler (Eric Roberts) to be his assistant. Claude’s fellow co-assistants Lydia Weston (Andrea Parker) and Kipp Steadman (Zachary Levi) are unhappy at Claude’s arrival, and do everything they can to make her miserable. Luckily, Claude is able to navigate the workplace with the help of her best friends Ramona Platt (Sherri Shepherd) and Owen Kronsky (Andy Dick), who also work at the network in other departments.

Kat appeared in the tenth episode of the second season, “The Girl Next Door” as Kaitlin.

Episode synopsis

After Carl asks Claude out for a spontaneous dinner, the office rumor mill kicks into gear, until Claude has a talk with him about where their relationship is going. Meanwhile Lydia’s outrageous spending habits get her into financial trouble, so she enlists Ramona as her financial advisor.

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Sex and the City

Character Jenny Brier
Created by Darren Star
Directed by Michael Spiller
Episodes S03E15
Original airdate 24 September 2000
Episode title Hot Child in the City

Sex and the City is an American romantic comedy-drama television series created by Darren Star and produced by HBO. Broadcast from 1998 until 2004, the original run of the show had a total of 94 episodes. Throughout its six-year run, the show received contributions from various producers, writers, and directors, principally Michael Patrick King.

Set and filmed in New York City and based on Candace Bushnell’s 1997 book of the same name, the show follows the lives of a group of four women—three in their mid-thirties and one in her forties—who, despite their different natures and ever-changing sex lives, remain inseparable and confide in each other. Starring Sarah Jessica Parker (as Carrie Bradshaw) and co-starring Kim Cattrall (as Samantha Jones), Kristin Davis (as Charlotte York), and Cynthia Nixon (as Miranda Hobbes), the quirky series had multiple continuing storylines that tackled relevant and modern social issues such as sexuality, safe sex, promiscuity, and femininity, while exploring the difference between friendships and romantic relationships. The deliberate omission of the better part of the early lives of the four women was the writers’ way of exploring social life—from sex to relationships—through each of their four very different, individual perspectives.

Jenny Brier was, arguably, the role that introduced the talent of Kat Dennings to the world.

Season 3 (2000)

Episode 3: Hot Child in the City   Carrie dates a hunky comic-book store owner who still lives with his parents. Miranda gets braces. Charlotte is shocked when she catches the supposedly impotent Trey masturbating. Samantha’s latest client is Jenny Brier, a 13-year-old Jewish-American princess, planning her million-dollar bat mitzvah.

What Kat says

It changed my life. Really it did. Before that, I was living in the forest and I didn’t even have cable. We had to get cable to watch that episode.

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Raising Dad

Raising Dad is an American sitcom that aired on The WB from October 2001 to May 2010. It ran for a single season. Starring Bob Saget, the series focuses on the life of widower Matt Stewart as he does his best to raise his two daughters, Sarah (played by Kat) and Emily (played by Brie Larson), with the help of his live-in father, Sam (Jerry Adler), a former baseball player for the Boston Red Sox. To make things worse, Matt teaches English at Sarah’s school.

As one of the main characters, Kat has appeared in all episodes of the show.

Season 1

Episode 1: Pilot  In the series pilot, widowed dad Matt Stewart learns that he has to censor topics in his classroom to please his daughter Sarah, who doesn’t want to hear his banter. Meanwhile, younger daughter Emily fakes being sick to get out of school.

Episode 2: Sex Ed Matt subs in Sarah’s Sex Ed. class and gets a surprise when he reaches into a box filled with anonymously written questions. Meanwhile, Sam forgets where he parked his car at the mall.

Episode 3: Baby, You Can’t Drive my Car:  Sarah gets her learner’s permit and is determined to get her license, but driving lessons with her father aren’t going so well. Matt’s overprotective attitude eventually steers Sarah to find a different driving instructor behind his back.

Episode 4: For Mature Audiences Only  Sarah and Olivia want to sneak into an R-rated film, but Matt insists that they take Emily along with them since the writers’ group is coming over. But Emily has her own idea of which movie she wants to see and talks her way into the theater.

Episode 5: Fight for Your Right to Party  Sarah gets invited by a popular senior to one of the hottest parties of the year, but Matt forbids her to go. Meanwhile, Emily is trying everything in her power to start a kids’ version of the book of world records.

Episode 6: We’ll Always Have Scrabble  Matt gets upset when Sarah blows off family game night, so he buys tickets to a Limp Bizkit concert in order to spend more time with her.

Episode 7: The Drama Club  Sarah is in a predicament as the director of the school play when she casts two people for the same part. Matt deals with not knowing how to fire the housekeeper.

Episode 8: The New Room  Sarah wants her own room after she finds out that Emily and her friend Henry broke into Sarah’s diary. With her privacy at stake, Sarah is determined to convince her father that a new room would curb the sisters’ fighting.

Episode 9: Teacher Evaluations  Teacher evaluation day is here and the staff makes a contest of their reviews. Matt figures he’s a shoo-in to win (again), but he just taught his class about irony and the students decide to put the lesson to use by playing a trick on the English teacher.

Episode 10: Matt&Sarah@Gossip.com  Sarah has a date with the new transfer student at school, but when Matt finds out, he tells her confidential information that could start gossip. Meanwhile, Emily and Sam lose Matt’s prized Ted Williams baseball card.

Episode 11: First Date  Matt goes out with an attractive author who spoke to his English class, but Emily has a hard time with her dad dating. Meanwhile, Sam goes to Bulk Brothers and buys too many household goods.

Episode 12: Sam’s Enchanted Evening  Matt is having a hard time at home when Sarah keeps defying her curfew and Emily wants to go buy a training bra. Meanwhile, he has a fight with Sam after the older man goes on a date and doesn’t come home until the next morning.

Episode 13: Mentor Matt  Matt’s former student (Rich Cronin of LFO) makes a splash with the student body when he returns to visit his old school, until Sarah finds out that he plagiarized her dad’s work.

Episode 14: The Math Problem  Sarah is so upset that she doesn’t have a date for the winter formal that her grades in math are slipping, so Matt hires an algebra tutor who may hold the solution to more than one problem.

Episode 15: Attending a Family Dysfunction  For Sam’s birthday, Sarah decides to give him a surprise present: his long-lost daughter Debbie (Deana Carter). But the reunion proves to be a little bumpy since Debbie and Sam aren’t talking.

Episode 16: Miss Communication  Sarah decides that she wants to take a job at the skating rink, but Matt wants her to work in the Attendance Office at school. Meanwhile, Sam gets a new gadget that’s supposed to help him stay organized.

Episode 17: A Kiss Is Still a Kiss  Matt offers to take the vice principal to a wedding after her boyfriend dumps her, and to his surprise he has a great time. Unfortunately, Sarah seems to have a problem with how Matt’s date turns out.

Episode 18: Home Plates  Sarah throws a dinner party for her friends, but she gets upset when the guy she asked to be her date brings a date of his own. Meanwhile, Matt and Sam take a trip to Fenway Park to remember one of Sam’s former baseball friends.

Episode 19: The House of Stewart  Matt finds out about Sarah’s plan to get her current crush, Jared, to go on a date with her, and decides to meddle in her business. Back at the Stewart house, the sound of the neighbor’s barking dog is grating on everyone’s nerves.

Episode 20: Bully  Sarah is in a bind when a girl in her math class wants to cheat off her test. The teen says no, but her refusal could lead to a fight. Meanwhile, Emily and her friend Marvin (Lil’ Romeo) learn a few card tricks.

Episode 21: Daughter Nose Best  Sarah decides that she wants to get a nose job after she starts comparing herself to the prettiest girl in school. So she devises a plan to hide the surgery from her disapproving dad, who refuses to sign the consent forms.

Episode 22: Losing It  Sarah contemplates taking her relationship with Jared to a new level after he tells her he is spending the summer with his dad in sunny California. Back at the Stewart house, Matt decides to go on a weekend getaway with Nina (Lisa Locicero).

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American Dad!
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Episode guide

Season 5

Episode 8: G-String Circus When Hayley announces she is taking off school to raise money for charity Stan is depressed because she isn’t interested in his dry cleaning idea. Deputy Director Bullock finds out they need to spend any remaining money in the CIA budget immediately or face cutbacks in the following year. They go to a strip club to spend the money. Stan meets a stripper named Tanqueray and talks her into the dry cleaning business. Hayley’s business takes off while Stan’s goes into the tank. Stand decides the answer is to hire even more strippers. Roger promptly puts them on the internet and teases Steve. Bored, Tanqueray goes back to stripping to make money for Stan. Stan shows up at the club but finds out its Ladies Night and the girls have left. The club manager is impressed with Stan’s build and talks him into dancing for money when he is short dancers. Stan passes of the money he makes as money earned by the dry cleaning business. Roger takes Hayley to the club to cheer her up because she is depressed that Stan appears to be succeeding. She sees him dancing and realizes he lied. She returns home to find Tanqueray leaving who tells her she should appreciate her father’s advice. Meanwhile, Steve and his friends find out they have been accepted for space camp. It turns out the time at camp will be spent doing unexciting, administrative things. When Steve sees the girls Roger has in his room making out with each other, he and the gang decide to escape. When they get home, they find the girls have already left. Roger tosses them a g-string to fawn over until he tells them it was Stan’s.

Kat lends her voice to the stripper Tanqueray.

Season 7

Episode 7: The People vs. Martin Sugar Stan spends each year anxiously awaiting his annual jury summons, eager to volunteer as soon as possible. However, this annoys Roger who makes a point of blowing off such summons. When Stan tells him that one day he’ll have to answer for his misdeeds Roger scoffs, bragging that his charm can get him out of anything. But when Roger is the defendant in a trial where Stan is the foreman, Stan is finally in a position to make Roger accountable for his misdeeds. Seeing that Stan refuses to help him, Roger turns on the charm and gains the trust of the entire courtroom. Only when Stan refuses to let the other jurors leave do they return a guilty verdict. On his way to prison, Roger escapes. Stan sees the news and takes off in pursuit, although when his attempt to pass himself off as a federal marshal fails, he knocks out a real marshal to steal his jacket. When Roger calls him to taunt him, Roger trips up revealing his location forcing Roger to change personas. Stan tracks Roger with the help of a bloodhound to a former employee’s house where he finds Roger attempting to retrieve money to leave the country. Roger begs Stan to let him go, promising to do his civic duty. As Stan places Roger under arrest, the marshal that Stan knocked out earlier arrives and places Stan under arrest. Stan goes on trial only to find Roger as part of the jury determined to convict him. Meanwhile, Jeff and Hayley move in with the Smiths, and Francine forces Jeff to clean up his act by cutting off smoking pot. Hayley and Jeff protest citing a medical condition but are dismissed by Francine. Jeff finally agrees to go along. Jeff’s condition soon proves to be more shocking than Francine imagined as, when he isn’t stoned, Jeff finds he must masturbate constantly. Francine tries to offer advice to Hayley to help keep Jeff under control but nothing works. Finding Jeff pleasuring himself in the cabinet, Francine gives in and joins Jeff in getting stoned.

Kat gives her voice to a female juror in this episode.

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The Simpsons

Character Valerie
Created by Matt Groening
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
Written by Al Jean
Episodes S29E08
Original airdate 03 December 2017
Episode title Mr. Lisa’s Opus

The Simpsons is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company.[1][2][3] The series is a satirical depiction of working-class life, epitomized by the Simpson family, which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The show is set in the fictional town of Springfield and parodies American culture and society, television, and the human condition.

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Drunk History

Character Various
Created by Derek Waters
Running time 22 minutes

Drunk History is an American educational television comedy series produced by Comedy Central, based on the Funny or Die web series created by Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner in 2007, both of whom, along with Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, are the show’s executive producers. In each episode, an inebriated narrator, joined by host Waters, struggles to recount an event from history, while actors enact the narrator’s anecdotes and also lip-sync the dialogue. In addition to Waters and celebrity guest stars, the show’s characters are played by regulars, one of them being Kat Dennings.

Season 3 (2015)

Episode 7: Oklahoma  Kat Dennings plays the role of Nannita “Kentucky” Daisey.

Season 4 (2016)

Episode 5: Scoundrels   Kat Dennings plays the role of Sadie Farrell, also known as Sadie the Goat.

Season (2018)

Episode 5: Civil Rights   Kat Dennings plays the role of suffragette Gertrude Harding.



Nannita Regina H. Daisey was born in Pennsylvania in 1855. After the deaths of her parents, she lived and was educated at the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Convent in St. Louis, Missouri. Moving east to work as a teacher, she lived in Kentucky where she also began a career in journalism, fighting the gender discrimination common at that time against women who sought professional careers. Moving to Oklahoma, she participated in four land runs, where predominantly white settlers were allowed by the US government to claim lands that had previously been allotted in perpetuity to Native Americans. In addition to teaching and journalism, Daisey was active in the Guthrie, Oklahoma community where she made her home, helping other women to claim homesteads, and helping initiate schools in the new towns. By 1890 she had married Scandinavian immigrant and US Army soldier Andreas E. J. Ueland Svegeborg; the couple had no children. Daisey died in 1903.

Daisey is, and was, most known for exaggerated accounts of her activities. Dramatically, in the first (1889) land run, she jumped from the front of one of the first trains into the Territory, staked her land claim, and reboarded the train before it passed her by. That feat gained her local notoriety, and the tale was reported in local, regional, and national newspapers. After her death, an obituary reported that she had leapt from the train’s cowcatcher, a claim not supported by any contemporary accounts of her actions, nor by her own accounts in published interviews.


Sadie Farrell (fl. 1869) was an alleged semi-folklorish American criminal, gang leader and river pirate known under the pseudonym Sadie the Goat. However, there exists doubt as to her historical existence. She is believed to have been a vicious street mugger in New York’s “Bloody” Fourth Ward. Upon encountering a lone traveller, she would headbutt like a charging goat a man in the stomach and her male accomplice would hit the victim with a slingshot and then rob him. Sadie, according to popular underworld lore, was engaged in a long-time feud with a tough, six-feet-tall female bouncer Gallus Mag, who finally bit off Sadie’s ear in a bar fight, as Mag was known to do, albeit usually with male trouble-makers.

Folklore has it that, leaving the area in disgrace, she ventured to the waterfront area in West Side Manhattan. It was while wandering the dockyards in the spring of 1869 that she witnessed members of the Charlton Street Gang unsuccessfully attempting to board a small sloop anchored in mid-river. Watching the men being driven back across the river by a handful of the ship’s crew, she offered her services to the men and became the gang’s leader. Within days, she engineered the successful hijacking of a larger sloop and, with “the Jolly Roger flying from the masthead”, she and her crew reputedly sailed up and down the Hudson and Harlem Rivers raiding small villages, robbing farmhouses and riverside mansions, and occasionally kidnapping men, women, and children for ransom. She was said to have made several male prisoners “walk the plank”.

She and her men continued their activities for several months and stashed their cargo in several hiding spots until they could be gradually disposed of through fences and pawn shops along the Hudson and East Rivers. By the end of the summer, the farmers had begun resisting the raids, attacking landing parties with gunfire. The group abandoned the sloop and Sadie returned to the Fourth Ward, where she was now known as the “Queen of the Waterfront”. She then claimed to have made a truce with Gallus Mag, who returned Sadie’s ear. Mag had displayed it in a pickle jar in the bar. Sadie kept the ear in a locket and wore it around her neck for the rest of her life.


Gertrude Menzies Harding (1889-1977) was a suffragette born the last of seven children on a farm in Welsford, New Brunswick, Canada. Her sketches of the time show her escaping housework to hunt, fish and camp alone in the woods, with a pet raccoon as companion. When Harding was 18 years old, a doctor pronounced that she had a heart murmur, considered a serious condition at the time. She was pleased to be invited to travel to Hawaii as companion to her older sister Nellie Waterhouse and family. Eventually, she was asked to teach sewing classes to local women and to care for a boy crippled by polio; her time in Hawaii sparked an interest in working with the poor.

In 1912 Harding was invited to join the Waterhouse family in London, England, where Dr. Ernest Waterhouse had business interests. Within days, Harding witnessed her first poster parade of women carrying placards with slogans such as “Votes for Women” and “No Taxation without Representation”. Drawn to the cause (which had begun 47 years earlier), she was soon a paid Women’s Social and Political Union organizer, financially independent. She moved out on her own for the first time.

Harding’s first big ‘job’ was to stage a midnight attack on rare orchids with comrade Lilian Lenton at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew (Lilian soon became a daring arsonist for the cause). The women entered the Gardens by day, posing as tourists, and discovered the best places to attack. That night, during a thunderstorm, they broke into two little glasshouses with the rarest orchids, intent on wreaking as much damage as possible before being caught. The nightwatchman didn’t come. The next day a dozen newspapers reported ‘the outrage’ at Kew Gardens, two claiming it must have been male sympathizers to the cause, as only men could scale the six-foot wall to escape.

Deciding she didn’t want to perpetrate violence anymore, Harding found other ways to help the cause. She worked on the underground newspaper, The Suffragette, eventually becoming its editor; she was private secretary to Christabel Pankhurst when Christabel was exiled in Paris (1915); and she headed up the secret bodyguard of women assigned to protect their leader, Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst, from constant rearrest by Scotland Yard during the Cat and Mouse Act. The bodyguard learned jujitsu from Edith Garrud and carried Indian clubs. Despite this, the women often were badly injured, from contusions to broken bones, dislocated joints and concussions. Their best successes against bobbies and Scotland Yard detectives came from outwitting them, using disguises, decoys and other forms of subterfuge.

When War broke out, Harding remained as part of the skeletal staff of the WSPU, remaining loyal to the Pankhursts in their allegiance to the British Government during the war effort. The Suffragette newspaper was renamed Britannia, and Harding edited this for five months. Eventually, the Pankhursts had to let her go through lack of funds. Harding landed a job at the Gretna Munitions factory, providing social assistance to the women who worked there under terrible conditions.

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Dallas & Robo

Character Dallas Moonshiner
Created by Matt Mariska, Mike Roberts, Andy Sipes
Other cast John Cena, Stephen Root, Tim Blake Nelson
Release date 1 June 2018 (USA)
Genre Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Running time c. 25 minutes

Dallas & Robo is an American adult animation comedy web television series created by Mike Roberts and starring John Cena and Kat Dennings that premiered on May 30, 2018 on YouTube Premium.

The series follows “sassy space-trucker Dallas and self-proclaimed warrior-poet Robo who must navigate their way around cannibal bikers, rival space truckers, and vending machine burritos as they try to make a buck in the seedy world of interplanetary big-rigging.

Episode guide

Season 1

Episode 1: Aces Wild Former drag racer, Dallas Moonshiner, and A.I., Robo, are truckers who traverse the cosmos. After accidentally killing a couple of cannibalistic bikers, the duo are accosted by them and have their truck stolen. Their boss, Uncle Danny, informs them that they were carrying powerful weapons and that in the hands of the bikers could be dangerous. The two arrive at the bikers’ hideout and meet their leader and Dallas’ former drag race partner Carol who wants what is inside their cargo. Robo fights off the bikers and they retrieve the cargo, but end up destroying some of it to defeat the bikers. Back at the Mars base, a stranger, who appeared throughout the episode, confronts Robo with a wanted poster of him.

Episode 2: Moonbound and Down Dallas scares away the Stranger and the whole group head to Victor Goldsmith’s new casino. Uncle Danny attempts to sell his trucking business to Victor, but he refuses due to his employees’ behavior. They make a bet for Dallas to drive her truck to the moon, grab a New York style pizza and head back in 6 hours. In return, Dallas gets free booze for a year. Dallas and Robo manage to get the pizza and head back, though they run into trouble along the way, but the pizza is ruined. Fat Paul reveals that he orders a pizza every week in advance to make up for the 30 day travel resulting in Uncle Danny winning the bet anyway. Dallas gets her free booze for a year, but is not aloud to return to moon which she and Robo do not mind. As they celebrate, someone is spying on the group.

Episode 3: I, Robo Fat Paul suddenly leaves and joins Moonshiner’s Trucking’s rival Phobos Trucking. Dallas and Robo head there to look for him, leaving Danny with no other choice, but to allow Woody to train his daughter Ellie to be a trucker. Dallas and Robo meet with Phobos owner Freddy Calhoun who claims that they did not kidnap Paul and that he came on his own. However, when he states that Dallas is his “second favorite” racer, she tries to prove him wrong. The duo discover that all of Calhoun’s employees are robots, which is illegal, and Robo gives A.I. to one nicknamed Bright Eyes. However, Bright Eyes wants to destroy humanity and threatens Fat Paul. Dallas calls upon Ellie to drive Woody’s truck into Calhoun’s satellite which destroys his robots. With Fat Paul back, the gang celebrate. Elsewhere, Bright Eyes suddenly becomes active.

Episode 4: Murder on the Georgia Overdrive A mysterious narrator tells the story of Dallas and Robo’s recent adventure in which they end up in the middle of a solar flare causing their truck and Robo to continuously short circuit. They start rescuing drifters including Drs. Eichler, Gardner and Bunson and their intern Skip, a miner named Bruce, a homeless man named Beans, famous star and his ex Dickie and Vickie James St. James, salesman Whiskey Johnson and Woody. Dr. Gardner is suddenly killed forcing Dallas and Robo to solve the mystery. However, they cannot get anywhere and everyone is killed except for Woody, Eichler and Skip. Skip kills Eichler and reveals that he is a cannibal biker. They eject him into space and Dallas is revealed as the narrator telling Danny why they lost all of their cargo which he has a hard time believing. Fat Paul finds the dead bodies in space.

Episode 5: The Joy of Cooking Dallas and Robo are delivering expensive salt when they are stopped by Woody who is angered by them taking his load. To appease him, Robo sends him time travel coordinates which to their surprise actually works as he shows up in the truck. They decide to travel back in time to double their load, picking up more Dallas and Robo’s and unintentionally killing Woody in each timeline. Meanwhile, the rest of the Moonshiner Trucking company rewind when Ellie keeps finding different letters and ads leading to different outcomes. The original Dallas and Robo realize that their first copies have stolen their truck, but while catching up to them, it explodes due to the amount of salt being carried. Dallas loses herself to her clones, while Robo goes back in time and kills himself to make sure that the episode’s events never happened.

Episode 6: Le Mars Victor hires Dallas to be his racer for the Golden Pathway #7 to which she readily accepts. However, when her rival Whiskey Johnson arrives and is revealed to be racing under Calhoun and Phobos, her fame and competitiveness gets to her head. Fat Paul and Woody start selling Dallas Moonshiner merchandise with Victor taking 20% of their profits. Dallas and Robo end up getting drunk due to being nervous and are arrested a day before the race. After sobering up, Dallas finally apologizes to her friends for her actions. Just before the race is set to begin, Dallas makes a bet with Calhoun that should she lose, she gives up her truck, the Georgia Overdrive. Despite playing fair, Whiskey Johnson wins by cheating due to Mars being unsanctioned. One week later, Dallas is seen having joined the Cannibal Biker gang with Carol.

Episode 7: I Was a Teenage Cannibal Biker Dallas has been with the Cannibal Biker gang for weeks in an effort to capture Carol and claim her bounty so that she can buy back the Georgia Overdrive. She tells Carol that she had a falling out with Robo when in actuality, she left without telling him. While raiding a mine, Carol reveals that she is after special weapons so that the gang can attack Mars and repopulate. Dallas fakes her truck’s engine failure so that they can stop by Phobos Trucking. She tries contacting Robo, but he hangs up on her. She finds Calhoun and they attempt to pull off kidnapping Carol, but they are double-crossed by two lesser gang members and tied up. Bright Eyes is revealed to have been rebuilt by Calhoun and offers to join the bikers in taking over Mars. They blow up Phobos’ generator leaving Dallas and Calhoun to die in the explosion.

Episode 8: The Stranger, The Dummy and The King Moonshiner Trucking is concerned about Dallas’ disappearance. Danny decides to give Ellie her own truck; the Apollo 69, but is concerned about her new position. Robo has another confrontation with the Man in White and discovers that he is part robot due to his family having been killed by an A.I. Dallas and Calhoun are revealed to have escaped Phobos and arrive on Mars in time to see the Cannibal Bikers attack the citizens after the power is blown out. While Danny and Ellie rescue the citizens, Woody and Fat Paul try to reboot the power and fight and defeat Bright Eyes. Dallas and Robo reunite and capture Carol while also making up with each other. Robo gives the Man in White his time double so he can collect the bounty and Victor makes him a citizen of Mars. Dallas and Robo use the reward for Moonshiner Trucking.

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Big Mouth

Character Leah Birch
Created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett
Other cast Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jason Mantzoukas
Episodes S02E03, S03E03
Running time 30 minutes

Big Mouth is an American adult animated sitcom created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett featuring teens based on Kroll and Goldberg’s upbringing in suburban New York, with Kroll voicing his fictional younger self.

Kat played the recurrent role of Leah Birch from seasons 1 to 4. In season 5, she was replaced with the voice talent of Chloe Fineman, as fans learned when the series was released and no sooner. The reasons for this change remain unknown.

Episode guide

Season 1

Episode 3: Am I Gay? A trailer for a new movie starring The Rock leaves Andrew questioning his sexuality. Jessi and Nick’s budding romance turns ugly fast.

Episode 5: Girls Are Horny Too A steamy novel making the rounds at school inspires Jessi to explore her own sexuality — and leaves the boys totally confused about what girls want.

Episode 8: The Head Push When Leah hosts a party for the high school drama crowd, Nick wrestles with a romantic dilemma; Andrew and Missy witness a disturbing scene.

Episode 9: I Survived Jessi’s Bat Mitzvah Jessi’s bat mitzvah brings out a lot of drama in her family, specifically pertaining to her mom and dad’s relationship. Nick wants to stop being treated like a baby. Andrew and Missy’s parents force them to stop dating.

Season 2 and special

Episode 2: What Is It About Boobs? A classmate’s booming bosom sends the boys into a rapture – and leaves the girls with a raging case of insecurity. Coach Steve drops a bombshell.

Episode 3: The Shame Wizard As Nick tries to figure out whether he has a shot with Gina, a mortifying encounter with Leah sends Andrew into a spiral of shame.

Episode 5: The Planned Parenthood Show An argument in sex ed class turns into a skit-tastic journey through the worlds of Planned Parenthood, contraceptives and STDs.

Episode 10: The Department of Puberty Nick finds a magic portal in his closet that had been left open by Tyler when he comes to inform Nick that he’s been fired from his job working as his Hormone Monster. Nick, Jessi, and Andrew travel through the portal to Puberty Headquarters, Nick seeks out a new Hormone Monster and Jessi bonds with the Depression Kitty. Maurice is troubled because he has to round up Nick, Jessi, and Andrew because if they spend more than an hour in the monster world then they will be either stuck as they are in puberty or they will become vein-y little child wrestlers. In the end of the episode we discover that Nick’s new hormone monster is Connie the Hormone Monstress and that he is Connie’s first boy. Jessi also escapes the clutches of the Depression Kitty and is returned to Connie.

My Furry Valentine is a special double-length Valentine’s Day episode of Big Mouth. It is in-between the second and third season. Sappy cards. Stupid clichés. And so much pressure. For Andrew, Nick, Jessi and friends, Valentine’s Day is a total freaking minefield.

Season 3

Episode 1: Girls Are Angry Too When a shop class mishap inspires a sexist dress code, Jessi rebels, Missy struggles to keep up her alter ego in check, and Andrew gets a wake-up call.

Episode 2: Cellsea Nick is bewitched by his cool new phone. A call from “Pharmacy Boy” turns Matthew into a nervous wreck. Jay finds a Netflix show made just for him.

Episode 5: How to Have an Orgasm Connie gives Jessi a crash course in female pleasure, Maury tries to talk Andrew into sending a dick pic and Nick lashes out at his new housemate.

Episode 7: Rankings As the friends feverishly swap lists of the hottest kids in school, newcomer Ali stokes the flames by announcing she’s pansexual.

Sparrow - Jul 27, 2021

Character Jules Wiley
Created by Jordan Weiss
Other cast Brenda Song, Shay Mitchell, Esther Povitsky
Release date 15 November 2019 (USA)
Genre Comedy
Running time 31 minutes

Dollface is an American comedy web television series created by Jordan Weiss that premiered on November 15, 2019, on Hulu. It stars Kat Dennings, Brenda Song, Shay Mitchell, and Esther Povitsky.

The series follows “a young woman who – after being dumped by her longtime boyfriend – must deal with her own imagination in order to literally and metaphorically re-enter the world of women, and rekindle the female friendships she left behind.”

In addition to taking on the lead role on the show (that of Jules Wiley), Kat is also an executive producer for the show.

Episode guide

Season 1

Episode 1: Guy’s Girl  When Jules’ longtime boyfriend Jeremy unexpectedly breaks up with her, she realizes the importance of female friendships. She attempts to reconnect with former best friend Madison, but she feels that Jules neglected her friends during her relationship. Nevertheless, Jules convinces Madison and Stella to go with her to a party thrown by Woöm. The women are all having fun at the party, until Madison gets upset when Jules fails to understand why women accompany each other to the bathroom. To make matters worse, Stella goes missing after entering a stranger’s van. Jules runs into Jeremy outside the party, and when Madison sees the two talking, she assumes they are getting back together. Instead, Jules chooses to leave with Madison to search for Stella, bringing them closer together. They eventually find Stella at a restaurant with Dave Coulier.


Episode 2: Homebody  Jules realizes she needs to move out of the apartment she used to share with Jeremy. She seeks advice from Madison and Stella, but she inadvertently sparks an argument between the two due to their differing opinions – Stella suggests that Jules go traveling, while Madison encourages her to move into a larger apartment. After Jules accepts Izzy’s offer to stay in her extra bedroom, Izzy ends up causing Madison and Stella’s rift to escalate while using Jules’ phone, as Jules accidentally falls over and sprains her ankle. At the hospital, Madison and Stella resolve their differences and assure they love each other. Madison also reveals she is dating a doctor. Jules eventually decides to sublet a guest house she had found earlier, which her friends help set up.


Episode 3: Mystery Brunette Madison invites Jules to a client’s launch party, but Jules discovers that Madison invited Stella first. Stella admits that she will attend Joey Lawrence’s secret party, asking Jules not to tell Madison. At the party, Jules confronts Madison, who reveals that she invited her boyfriend Colin first, but he wants to keep their relationship private. Jules accidentally discloses to a journalist that Madison’s client, a vegan chef, secretly eats meat. In order to protect her client, Madison tells the journalist of Joey’s party. There, Stella tells Jules that a magic show involving Joey’s “death” (later revealed to be a prank) will take place. Madison, who is terrified of magic, faints. Upon awakening, Madison reveals to her friends that Colin is in the process of obtaining a divorce. Ramona calls Jules, saying she still wants Jules to be her bridesmaid. Jules lies to her friends about attending a cousin’s upcoming wedding.


Episode 4: Fun Friend  Stella invites Jules to go out with her and her wild, fun-loving mother, since she needs someone “boring” to prevent things from getting out of control. During their night out, Stella announces she applied to business school, but her mother does not take her seriously and Jules passes out drunk. Determined to prove she is not boring, Jules takes Stella on a fun night out, but the two end up on a boat to Alaska. With Madison’s assistance, Izzy – who is known as “Other Alison B.” at work – reveals her real name to the Alisons, while concocting a story about changing her name due to an obsessive ex-boyfriend. Tired of not being taken seriously, Stella acts out by behaving like the party girl people expect her to be, until Jules demands that the boat is turned around. Jules eventually accepts that she does not need to be as fun as Stella, while Stella plans for her future.


Episode 5: Beauty Queen  Colin suggests meeting Madison’s friends over dinner. While unsuccessfully attempting to cook, Madison urges Stella and Izzy to act mature in order to impress Colin. An uncomfortable Jules hosts Ramona’s bachelorette party, which is cut short after Ramona’s face is accidentally burned with a curling iron. Madison, Stella, and Izzy rush over to Jules’ house unannounced in order to host the dinner party, unaware of the penis-themed decorations from the bachelorette party. As Colin arrives, the dinner party turns out to be awkward, unlike the sophisticated gathering Madison had envisioned. Jules’ cat Turtle vomits after eating penis-shaped confections, prompting her to call Wes, a veterinarian she met earlier. Madison admits to Colin that she was trying to impress him, while Jules and Wes hit it off.


Episode 6: History Buff   Stella is appalled to discover Madison has intervened in her life on many occasions, including preventing Stella from seeing Dan, of whom Madison disapproves. Stella decides to reconnect with Dan, and Madison accuses him of being the Bread Bowl Killer, who murdered a woman outside a Panera Bread restaurant years before. Jules sees Jeremy with Melyssa at a museum, moments before an earthquake forces the place into an emergency lockdown. She later walks up to Jeremy, but is arrested for looting the museum. On the way to the museum, Madison and Stella argue as the former insists on proving Dan is the killer. Dan proves his innocence by confessing he was masturbating in his car on the night of the murder, prompting the women to kick him off. Jeremy reveals to Jules he felt guilty for once refusing to visit a museum with her when they were together, which is why he is at the museum with Melyssa. Jules is released and leaves with her friends.


Episode 7: F*** Buddy  When Jules accidentally likes one of Melyssa’s Instagram pictures, her friends encourage her to move on from Jeremy by engaging in casual sex with someone who is not “boyfriend material”; Jules does so with an attractive man named Ryan. Stella fears that Oliver, the man she house-sits for and has casual sex with, might be under the assumption that they are in a committed relationship – which later turns out to be a misunderstanding on Stella’s part. Madison is upset when her attempts to make Colin jealous backfire. Jules’ friends disapprove of her upon discovering that Wes spent the night at her place, prompting Madison to take the group to a college friend’s birthday party. Jules runs into Wes at the party, and she admits that while she is interested in him, she is not ready for a new relationship. When Colin picks up a drunken Madison, he confesses his love for her.


Episode 8: Mama Bear  Jules reluctantly agrees to attend Woöm’s annual wellness retreat at Celeste’s Malibu home. There, Jules discovers that Colin is Celeste’s husband, causing her to vomit. Izzy presumes that Jules is pregnant, especially after a spiritual guide had earlier told her that something is growing inside her. Jules returns home and takes a pregnancy test, which comes back negative. Upon facing Madison, Jules becomes nervous and lies about being pregnant. When a drunken Stella makes a scene at USC after learning she did not get into business school, Jules and Madison come to her aid. As Madison discovers Jules’ negative pregnancy test, Jules discloses that Colin is still married to Celeste, but Madison refuses to believe it and instead lashes out at Jules. Following a tearful argument, Madison walks out on Jules.


Episode 9: Feminist  In a dream sequence inspired by The Wizard of Oz, Celeste becomes suspicious after finding a pair of red shoes in her beach house. In order to cover for Madison, Jules claims the shoes for herself, though Celeste persistently pressures Jules into revealing the truth. At the Women’s March, Jules is joined by Stella, Madison (who is still in denial about Colin’s marriage), and Izzy as they set out to find the event’s speaker, Sylvia Goldwyn. Upon reaching Sylvia, each of the four women asks her questions about being a feminist, to which Sylvia responds that feminism does not have a single definition. Celeste eventually apologizes to Jules for involving her in her marital problems. After awakening from her dream, Jules receives a voice message from Jeremy, asking if she is bringing a date to Ramona’s wedding party and informing her that he is bringing Melyssa.


Episode 10: Bridesmaid  Jules travels to Mexico for Ramona’s wedding. After Stella and Izzy convince Madison to make amends with Jules, they arrive at Jules’ hotel room shortly after Jeremy asks to get back together with her. Madison becomes furious upon discovering that Jules lied about attending a cousin’s wedding, while Jules feels constantly judged and ends up lashing out at her friends, prompting them to leave. On the drive back, Stella accidentally drives off the road after being startled by an old friend, Bronwyn, who introduces Stella, Madison, and Izzy to an all-women collective of artists that promotes female bonding. Upset by the news that Stella was accepted into business school and will move to Philadelphia, Madison drinks peyote and hallucinates about Jules and Jeremy’s wedding. The next day, Jules’ friends return to the wedding, as she and Madison apologize to each other. When Colin and Celeste show up, Jules grabs a microphone and exposes Colin as a cheater. The four friends steal Ramona’s wedding car and drive back to Los Angeles.

Season 2
Season 2 premieres in 2022.


This is Kat’s first role after 2 Broke Girls. Kat has confessed that she’s contemplated quitting acting once the CBS phenomenon was finished and go back to college in order to gain a skill for a “real job”.

Kat tries to keep a vegetable-based lifestyle and a big advocate for animal welfare, two characteristics which have been translated into the show.

Season 2 production dates July to September 2021.

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