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Scoop: Broke Girls' Assets Checked Out By Web Therapy Duo in Season Finale

2 Broke Girls Finale Casting NewsThe 2 Broke Girls‘ goods will be up for grabs in the CBS hitcom’s Season 2 finale, and on hand to wax over the gals’ worth will be Web Therapy alumni Tim Bagley and Jennifer Elise “Jan Brady” Cox.

In the season ender “And the Window of Opportunity,” penned by show boss Michael Patrick King and airing May 13, Max and Caroline decide to hold a yard sale to pay for an upcoming business seminar.

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Bagley will guest-star as Dennis Endicott III, an elite thrift shop scout with a nose for fab finds, while Cox plays his wife Miss Trudy.

Will Caroline’s collection of Chanel and Fendi fetch top dollar from the duo, or might Max unwittingly be sitting on a horde of kitschy collectibles that could be parlayed into a “happy” payday?

In addition to their respective, sometimes overlapping runs on Showtime’s Web Therapy, Bagley and Cox also costarred in the TBS comedy series 10 Items or Less. His other credits include 1600 Penn, Hot in Cleveland and $#*! My Dad Says, while Cox’s include the part-improv series Lovespring International, Six Feet Under and the Brady Bunch movies. She next can be seen on the April 21 The Client List.

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3 Comments
  1. King says:

    I love 2 Broke Girls. I’m pleased at how the writers are handling the cupcake shop storyline. The storyline is realistic and engaging. The girls’ first attempt to establish their shop was not successful. It’s big too soon. Now they are back to doing various work to earn money for the shop. Lastly, that seminar on the finale is another development and improvement on the girls’ way to owning a shop.

  2. Jason Paul says:

    Love 2 Broke Girls and Web Therapy. This is an old fashioned “cross-over event”!

  3. sacs chanel says:

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