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  • Knightroglycerin
    Knightroglycerin
    Fighting Steffi Love
    Comments: 179

    That at least resembles how’d you give a dog cpr. Good job?

  • happymel2
    happymel2
    JUST GOT ACTUALLY-ED!
    Comments: 152

    Ooh… This was a little uncomfortable. Well, at least they tried. The only thing a show should be measured by… is that it tried. 

  • the_desert
    the_desert
    CUUUUT
    Comments: 73

    This episode is sad but not for any of the intended reasons. You have no idea how many nights I’ve cried myself to sleep because my father isn’t athletic, good-looking, and more over tall. I really really empathize with this boy. No I don’t.

  • snorgatch
    snorgatch
    I'm THE BEST!
    Comments: 115

    It’s so heartwarming and uplifting that Baywatch subsequently practiced what it preached and added regulars to the cast who weren’t hot-looking people with great bodies. Oh, wait…

  • Jon Protagonist
    Jon Protagonist
    JUST GOT ACTUALLY-ED!
    Comments: 152

    Although technically those were just “casual” clothes, I think the words you’re looking for to describe CJ and Caroline’s outfits are:

    1) Stripperiffic

    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Stripperiffic

    2) fanservicey

     

    PS: Alison, your CJ and Stephanie voices are perfect, but Caroline may still need some work.

    Love the slew of new episodes! Thanks!

  • CyborgPrince
    CyborgPrince
    CUUUUT
    Comments: 78

    There seems to be a running theme with episodes of shows that you’ve just reviewed. That being one of attempting social commentary and delivering it terribly awkwardly. First there was this one about appearances and discrimination against little people, and then the Saved by the Bell episode on Native Americans. Ah, the 90s. When shows were trying to be socially conscious, but didn’t know how.