Brooklyn is where it's happening anyway, so she had the right idea.
And IMO Tyler is not where anything's happening, so she definitely had the right idea. Although I guess technically breaking up was his idea... but still, she had the right idea in going along with it. :)
That was a fun episode. Very '90s, but fun.
I liked "Weekend At P.J.'s" too. The writers do seem to occasionally be able to pull out funny, clever and original, as evidenced here - I wish they'd do it more consistently. I was expecting the newly-married couple to turn out to be Daryl, the moonshine guy, and Morgan, the crazy girl - they didn't interact for the entire episode and I thought we were going to find out about some bizarre chain of events that led to them hooking up, since they were both so flaky. Tyler and Milo never even occurred to me, so kudos to the writers.
The only thing that annoyed me was the writers' treatment of Neal, once again making him look like a loser. What was with Amy not standing up for him and demanding that they be able to sit together? That seemed very out of character for her, and if I were Neal I would have been very pissed off about it.
But I gotta say just for the record, James Lesure looked hot in that suit.
Was surprised they could say "bullshit" on basic cable now.
Also "asshole" - I don't believe I've heard that before on basic cable either.
Edited by azzurro, Jun 8, 2013 @ 2:43 AM.