When Malcolm X told the story I think his point was to explain why going natural was a much better idea, for more than one reason.
I think she’s just supporting him without letting Brad know. I don’t think she’s trying to keep him away, just believing his sob stories about needing money.
I only watched that show once (when I realized that physical strength trumped everything else that might be valuable in a community) but didn’t relate it to naming the tofu, no.
I don’t doubt it but I was thinking of the fact that to my recollection her hair is always down when we’ve seen her at work.
I’m actually surprised she doesn’t put her hair up and safely out of the way when she’s on duty. While I wouldn’t insist she cut her hair as some have done (I knew a female fire fighter who got a buzz cut once she joined a station) it is simple common sense safety to get it out of the way and less of a risk while fighting fires.
I’m confused – are the kids voting for what they want? If so I find it hard to believe that any of them would vote for a tofu product. Are they just trying to guess what they are eating? I wonder if this is based on an old TV reality show and I just don’t get the joke of the era.
You never know. They might invite Young Nerdly, who presumably can cook although not as well as T.J.
I think people here misunderstand the term metrosexual. That is a straight person who dresses well and takes care of his house, two things previously and stereotypically associated with gay men. Ken in Toy Story is a metrosexual (and clearly in love with Barbie).
I think Greg has missed out on a lot of plot opportunities by not focusing on Brad and Toni’s fire fighting careers.
He didn’t know enough to put on an old shirt before painting.