That's from an episode I caught on Hulu. I don't watch the awful show because I can't stand the whiny girl. The episode is "Backslide." The show is "New Girl." I cannot stand that awful woman or her character Jess.
Jess breaks up with her boyfriend and whines and whines and hooks up with her boyfriend from before the last one. So she and Paul have a one-night stand and then she announces, "I'm not going to lie to your girlfriend."
She doesn't even know the woman.
She and Paul aren't going to sleep together anymore.
So why can't she just keep her damn mouth shut?
I'm not joking.
She then has to turn the girlfriend's pain into her own with a "I know how you're feeling speech." If you know, then why did you want to hurt someone else?
There was no need to tell her.
It was a mistake that wasn't going to happen again.
And if Paul wanted to tell her, that what's his decision. Jess didn't know the woman, never met her.
She's like a 28-year-old Shirley Temple. I'd say, "Get her laid," but she seems to forever be falling for some guy. So why does she come across like a woman who's saved it beyond the save-by-date?
Women may think Jess is cute and funny.
And maybe a few White men find her that way.
But in the Black community, we can't stop wondering what the hell White America sees in this awful show?
And Kat wrote "The stupidity of Vanity Fair, Bruce Handy and Juli Weiner" this week. It's about how the idiots at "Vanity Fair" pretend to be Joni Mitchell fans but can't even get the song title right. Turns out they got it wrong because they don't know her music. On "New Girl," Jess wrongly calls the song "The River." That's why the fools at "Vanity Fair" called it "The River." What a bunch of losers.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"