• snorgatch
    Comments: 146

    So, Mitch decides that instead of facts and figures–you know, the kinds of things that bureaucrats live for–it would be better to appeal to the budget committee’s emotions and tug a their heartstrings? Yeah, good luck with that fail. “Well, the lifeguard program is $20,000 in the red, but that blonde little girl’s speech about how scary it was to be drowning brought a tear to my eye, so we’ll increase funding.” Sure, because that’s a thing that happens.

    And what was the deal with the kids dressed in clothes from the 1910s on the beach with C. J. in her red modern bathing suit? Are they supposed to be the spirits of all the kids that drowned on this beach before there were lifeguards to save them?

  • Knightroglycerin
    Robert Cop
    Comments: 188

    I love that lady’s giant shoulder pads.

  • happymel2
    The Fuct of Pepsiman
    Comments: 228

    So…  no one got fired then?

  • Jon Protagonist
    Jon Protagonist
    Comments: 429

    Damn, Alison is a riff-machine!

    Very hilarious, so many legitimate laughing out loud moments. This is the funniest thing you do, please tell us you’ll keep riffing other trash TV shows after Baywatch?

  • the_desert
    Bat Hero
    Comments: 93

    Baywatch went with a budget cuts plot disguised as a clip episode? That is perhaps the single most boring plot episode I’ve heard of. Did the writers or the cast want a vacation? Did they run out of ideas? Thank you Allison for making Baywatch entertaining.