Then they show Mike hanging out with Lars. "I've been majorly hanging out with Mike," says Lars in an interview. "Which surprises me," he adds. What surprises me is that even Lars can lay his hands on enough drugs to dull the pain of having to spend more than a half an hour with Mike. "I like going to the clubs with Lars," says Mike. "Because we think very alike [sic] when we go out." We then see Lars and Mike discussing hot chicks while waiting for the Metro to take them to one of these clubs. Yes, that is sweet; I understand it's very hard for heterosexual men to find other heterosexual men with whom to discuss hot chicks. I hear that guys are pretty shy about that sort of thing, and I'm glad that Bunim-Murray is presenting us with such a great example of progressive social interaction. In an interview, Lars says that Mike goes out to pick up girls: "That's his thing." On the Metro, Mike tells Lars that he wants to go home with someone and never talk to her again. Yeah, Mike. Because when you never talk to a girl again, that's your decision. Whatever. Lars laughs at this crazy talk about girls and openly dreads having to introduce Mike to his mother. In an interview, Mike confesses to being a "wuss" when it comes to talking to girls. Um, Mike, that's not being a wuss. That's being realistic about your non-existent sexual prospects. He likes to club with Lars, he explains, because Lars has the confidence to approach girls and then introduce them to Mike. Can you imagine what a letdown it must be for a girl to get approached by Lars and then introduced to Mike? Talk about a bait and switch!
Episode Report CardGustave: C | 280 USERS: C+
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