The bank. Mike and Brian stand in line, as the Cutest Bank Teller in the Whole World calls for the next customer. That's them. Brian's already given Cute Bank Teller The Look. Mike gives him the Dumb and Happy Smile. Cute Bank Teller asks whether they want to open a money market account today: "You get a $50 gift certificate for laser hair removal." Mike: "Thanks, I wax." Hee. Cute Bank Teller grins, so he's not only real cute, but has a sense of humor, and he's also really cute. Mike says that he was looking at his statement, and there's a lot more money in his account than there should be. This is a problem? Cute Bank Teller asks him to swipe his ATM card in the reader and enter his PIN. Brian asks Cute Bank Teller, "When you've finished helping my friend, could you check the balance in my account?" I'm going to assume that's a euphemism. I didn't hear the whoosh of a hammer swinging by my head that time, so I'm not sure. Cute Bank Teller says sure, and giving him a piece of paper, asks, "Do you want to put down the number?" Okay, he didn't say "account number," so I'm guessing that's a yes, especially since Mike's glaring at Brian. Brian gives the paper back and Cute Bank Teller smiles, "This is your phone number." I just love being right. Mike begs Brian to let Cute Bank Teller help him before Brian helps himself. Brian asks Mike how much extra he has; looks like about a thousand dollars. Brian says he should "always have such financial problems." So should I. ["So should I." -- Wing Chun] Cute Bank Teller tells Mike that some of his checks haven't cleared. Oh, no. David didn't. Cute Bank Teller recites the check numbers, and Mike looks at his checkbook. And David did -- he hasn't been cashing the checks Mike gave him. What a pain in the ass. But how is it that it took so long for Mike to figure out that these monthly checks weren't being cashed? Weak script writing, perhaps? Brian snarks something about David forgetting to because he's so old, but nobody cares. Mike tries to push him out, but Brian starts playing around, holding onto the counter like he can't be parted from Cute Bank Teller, who holds up the piece of paper with Brian's phone number on it and nods, "I'll check this out, sir." Brian smirks to Mike, "There are still certain services you can't get at an ATM." Yeah, yeah, yeah, let's go.
Queer as Folk U.S.
Episode Report CardCamper: B | 502 USERS: B-
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Queer as Folk U.S.