'2 Broke Girls' review: Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs are so girlcrush-worthy


From Michael Patrick King, the executive producer of "Sex and the City," and comedian Whitney Cummings, "2 Broke Girls" is an odd-couple comedy about two women from different walks of life who find themselves scrounging for tips at the same greasy Brooklyn diner. Kat Dennings plays Max, a cynical, no-nonsense girl who you sense has lived paycheck-to-paycheck since she was a fetus. While her sharp-tongued sardonic act has the potential to feel like a shtick, a few well-earned warmer moments make her character relatable and, more importantly, hilarious.We have to admit, when we saw the trailers, we were a little bit concerned that Beth Behrs' heiress-on-the-outs character, Caroline, would be troublesome. (Hey, we're in a recession. Sorry if we struggle to empathize with the woman who is worried about mustard on her Chanel.) However, like Max, Caroline has been written with care -- she's a spoiled heiress whose trust fund has been frozen, yes. But...



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