For all intents and purposes I should be a Penny. We're close in age, our love lives are disturbingly similar in many aspects, and I, too, follow the sage advice of Oprah and Jenny McCarthy. But, I can no longer deny it: I am a Max. I would love to be the person with the ah-mah-zing condo (seriously, who needs a vision board when you've got those digs?) like Penny, but odds are, like Max, I would probably sleep on a very high quality pool float, eat a lottery ticket or have a secret dog named Mr. Bojangly before that ever happens. The more you know.
But Max, despite being a perpetual blabbermouth who hates cooked green peppers, actually had a pretty productive week. In addition to having his own vision board come true (more on the origins on that in a bit), which included finding a wicker bassinet (pronounced "whisker basket") in the alley where he gets his teeth whitened, Max was gainfully employed-ish as he continued his in-no-way legal limo business. While driving Brad to work (come for the ride, stay for the killer "Women be stoppin'" comedy routine), Max manages to impress his pal's new boss Mr. Forristal (The Daily Show's Larry Whitmore), a humorless guy who puts a stop to witty office banter ("Shall we dance?" "I hate dancing") but can't seem to stop getting food all over his face. Read More....http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/happy-endings-season-2-episode-4/