Okay. Now they're making toast. Okay. Okay.
I actually long for the days of Gina and her soccer playing Bobby Black (and his long lost sister Jill).
So how abouts we watch this instead:
Perhaps tomorrow they can watch paint dry. How will we stand the excitement?
And the extraordinarily insipid dialogue continues... "it's the details that make the difference"...Discussing toast. Really? Toast? The Hanna Dingdon Model 1.0 robot has seemingly been programmed with the entire volume of the book: "Boring Cliches for Dummies". And the Sean model seems to be answering back in the same code. Wow. These two were meant for each other.
Wow, Moy's Cliche Generator is working overtime on this story. It's going deep in the archives for those Oldies But Goodies.Suggestion for the jukebox:Little Things Mean a Lot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2C7SzKv2uLU
More product placement in "Mary Worth" with Hanna's "Yes please." How much is Amy Poehler's publisher paying Karen Moy?As we get to see more of the excitement that is Sean Hastings, I can only conclude that the late Brenda died of boredom. Wanders, you gave us just what we needed with the shootout video. It started my week with laughing - thank you!
Looks like Moy bet someone she could mmake toast interesting.Wonder what she lost.
If they are so enchanted by The Little Things, then why does that toaster (and the bread) seem so huge?I cannot wait for the rest of the week's discussion of Solid White Albacore VS Chunk Light and Water-Packed VS Oil-Packed.Also...I noticed that Sean did not ask Hanna about her Bread Preference. Perhaps Food Team only sells one variety: Bread.
I'm surprised we missed the paint drying since Sean's apartment is no longer pink like it was 1,588 days ago when the walk began and tuna sandwiches were on the agenda.
Wait a minute: how much toast are they making? Is this (still) a first date?
Lo, those many eons ago, Hanna wondered aloud whether or not Somerset had a noise curfew since she likes playing her flute at night. I'm breathless waiting for Sean and Hanna to get to the answer to her question. . . Anyone want to bet on what time the noise curfew kicks in??
If Sean is seriously interested in this Dingdon Dingbat, I fear for his mental health.
Paggy Olson@7:14, "Little Things Mean A Lot" has been approved by the condo board and added to the Jukebox.
LouiseF @5:04- I'm on it.
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