Isn’t this kind of an odd choice of songs to sing to a teenager who does stereotypically stay up late?
By the way, from “Singing in the Rain”:
For the record, I take issue with saying “We’ve worked the whole night through” at 1:30am. Six thirty, with the sun coming up, is working the whole night through. One thirty is just staying up a bit late.
Connie is angry because Walt is asking her what took her so long, when the reason for the delay was an insipid text-messaging session they were both involved in?
Come on, I’m old, and even I know you don’t need wi-fi to post photos. Unless she has the world’s worst cell phone data plan.
For that matter, how does she not already know her boyfriend’s wi-fi password?
I’m curious because this is outside of my field of expertise — in my family I’m the photographer — but isn’t December 3 a bit late to start making plans, even in the age of digital photos?
And for that matter, could you even book a decent photographer on December 3?
So… the joke is that the kid from Zits has zits??
And is Monster Mash Geezer material?
Jeremy’s a busboy at a Medieval Times sort of theme restaurant — but why did one of the waiters apparently escape from an Hieronymus Bosch painting?
(And yes, busboys don’t actually get tips)
Okay, that sounded better in my head.
Anyway, it didn’t occur to Jeremy that this place would require him to wear a costume?
I’m trying to decide whether this calls for the “No, kids are NOT that stupid” tag…
Maybe we also need a “No, parents are NOT that stupid” tag.
But is there any internal logic to this?