Of course, one episode devoted to the imaginary sex rabbit McTwo could never be enough, right? So we spend another day exploring the world of McTwo. This time, we stay primarily in Juliette & Elliott's bedroom, but that doesn't mean the psychological landscape is any simpler. Far from it. There is such outlandish punctuation abuse, it nearly defies belief. But Brooke McEldowney does in fact use over 100 periods IN ONE WORD BUBBLE. Then McTwo joins Juliette & Elliott in their bed, which Juliette finds disconcerting at first but then -- we guess? -- a turn on? Ultimately, we end where we began last episode, specifically, with Juliette angrily "fluffing her pillow." I wish that was slang for something other than punching her pillow, I really do.
The Chickweed strips we discuss this episode:
This episode's sexually confused journey includes:
- Abe Vigoda
- Actresses of old
- Central Park on Apple TV+
- Storming the Capital
- "If Ever I Would Leave You" by Robert Goulet
- McEldowney Ellipsis x 20
- Radio Flyer
- The bag of flour from health class
- Inside Out
- Bing Bong & Joy try to escape the Memory Dump
- La Vie en Rose by Edith Piaf
- The Eiffel Tower
- Being "Eiffel Towered"
- Yorick's Skull
- The Diet Coke Shortage
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