Chieftain. Marin is ushering Liza in amid a flurry of disclaimers: "Try not to judge, it's not New York." Everyone turns to look at the skirts, and Liza flutters, "It's lumberjack heaven!" She waves excitedly at all the dudes; Marin anxiously reminds her that she just got out of a relationship, and Liza thinks that means she's "free and clear and ready for takeoff!" As she makes a beeline for the bar, taking off her gorgeous blue gloves, she points at Jerome and gasps, "You are adorable." Jerome looks pleased to get any female attention, patronizing or no. Liza chirps that she wants to put him in her pocket and take him home. "Do I get to pick which pocket?" he asks, leering at her ass. Marin stiffly introduces Liza and Jerome. By now, Liza's taken off her coat to reveal a strappy tank top (over a supersonically powerful push-up bra, based on what I know of Ever Carradine from her past performances), and she makes a big show of breathing in the "man scent" in the air. Ben, tickled, jokes that some of his patrons don't shower that often, but Liza loves the funk, since she's sick of metrosexuals. She wants a "man man...a countrysexual!": "I want a guy who would kill a bear for me and make me a coat out of it -- do they do that here?" Jerome raises a finger, like, "Right here," and Marin says that they do kill bears, but that she can't vouch for anyone's skill with a sewing machine. She introduces Ben to Liza, who barely registers him before flirt-waving at another dude down the bar and telling Marin, "I think my next husband's here." Marin reminds her that she's still technically still married to Husband #2, and Liza breezily tells Marin she's no fun. Interesting strategy, introducing a character more flighty, shallow, and boy-crazy than Marin. Anyway, Liza shrugs, "You can't help it if you fall in love, Marin. Love is bigger than all of us, and I believe in love." Marin rolls her eyes, like having someone else pontificate about love is so irritating, and Jerome pipes up to tell Liza, "I love you." Liza melts, her hands crossed on her chest. Marin tells him to keep his hands off her baby sister. Jerome agrees with Liza that she's no fun.
Men In Trees
Episode Report CardWing Chun: B+ | 347 USERS: C+
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Men In Trees