Sully is big animal, like Russian bear! At least that's what occurs to me as he lies in bed with a Ukranian lady's arm around him. I do believe that man is naked under those sheets. As he nuzzles with Tatiana, Sully comes to the conclusion that the reason she's been working so hard lately is because she needs the money. "I always need money," she says. Then he asks whether he may help her out, pitching in a few bucks here and there. He says that he's always eating her food and watching her cable. Tatiana recoils and sits up. "You want to give me money," she says flatly. Sully asks whether she's upset. He figures that he can just put the money on the dresser and leave after she falls asleep, I suppose. Tatiana says that she doesn't know if she wants to take his money. Sully says it was just an idea. "Maybe we should get married," she says. Whoa! Somewhere, Rick Rockwell is wondering why he couldn't have just gone this route. Tatiana says that they have fun together, as Sully sputters, "M-married?" Yeah, you weren't so scared of commitment when you were getting your freak on, were you, Sully? Tatiana is all smiles now, picking out china and wallpaper in her head. She says it would be good for them to live together, pay one rent, the cable, the utilities.... Sully suddenly realizes that this doesn't sound at all romantic. "Do you...love me?" he asks. Tatiana, still smiling, says that the sex is good, and that he makes her laugh. That's not exactly a "yes," Tatiana. Sully, looking supremely hurt, asks again: "Do you love me?" She says she likes him very much. Sully looks hurt. Tatiana looks hurt. Sully gets up, and we can see some of his naked ass. "I got to go," he says. "Now I make you angry," Tatiana says. On his ass, in large block letters, are the words, "Dennis Franz was here." Sully asks whether this is because she's not a citizen. She says it's because he's decent and kind, and because she wants to have another child. Whoa! Marriage, kids...slow down, girl! This is way too much pressure for any man! Let the guy shower first, at least! She says Sully would be a good father. She brings up his good job, benefits, and pension again. "How romantic," Sully mutters. She says that it would be a good life, and that real life isn't a Hollywood movie. Sometimes it's a Hollywood TV show broadcast on Monday nights. She says that she could make a good home and cook for him. "Don't you want more than that?" Sully says. Who knew Sully was into Disney-style romance? "No," Tatiana says. "No, I don't." We go to commercial so that Sully can go listen to Radiohead's "Motion Picture Soundtrack" and get some perspective on idealized notions of love.
Episode Report CardOmar G: B+ | 465 USERS: C+
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