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Caroline ist eine wohlhabende Business-School-Absolventin, die alles verliert, als ihr vermögender Vater in einen Investmentbetrug verwickelt wird. Sie freundet sich mit Max an, einer talentierten Bäckerin und Kellnerin im Williamsburg Diner. Auch. 2 Broke Girls oder auch Two Broke Girls (auf Deutsch sinngemäß „Zwei Mädchen, die pleite sind“) ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom mit Kat Dennings und Beth. 2 Broke Girls: Die Ganze Folgen der Serie in voller Länge als Online-Video, Vorschau-Clips und jede Menge Bilder und Infos zur 5. Staffel. Eine ausgeflippte Komödienserie über zwei Girls aus sehr unterschiedlichen Milieus, die in New York als Kellnerinnen arbeiten und wider Erwarten. villanyiwine.eu - Kaufen Sie 2 Broke Girls: Die kompletten Staffeln 1 - 6 (exklusiv bei villanyiwine.eu) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. 2 Broke Girls: Max (Kat Dennings) und Caroline (Beth Behrs) arbeiten als Kellnerinnen in einem Fast-Food-Restaurant in Brooklyn. Zunächst hält die toughe, . 2 Broke Girls jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, freenet Video, Microsoft, Videoload, videociety, Cineplex.
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Elsewhere, Oleg seeks fertility drugs for Sophie, and Han tries to come up with a WiFi password that Max can't figure out. Oleg's cousin, who plays basketball for the Brooklyn Nets , has two tickets to an upcoming game which he gives to Oleg and Max.
When Oleg backs out, Caroline takes his place. Because the game time conflicts with a local food festival at which Caroline hoped to distribute flyers for the cupcake business, she sneaks in a flyer to post at the Nets' arena, over Max's objections.
Earl's old jazz ensemble, The Early Birds, is having a reunion concert at Ruby's, but Earl is not invited. After some convincing, Ruby finally relents and lets Earl play his sax with the group, but there's another problem: Earl, who has been off hard drugs for 30 years, claims he has never played while sober.
When Max's old friend Becky White Diona Reasonover stops by the cupcake window, Caroline realizes she hasn't made any new friends other than Max since coming to Williamsburg.
Caroline immediately befriends two young women sitting in the diner, and is invited to their weekend event. Max goes there with Caroline and jokes that the women might be in a cult, which turns out to be prophetic.
Max and Caroline leave and are taken home by Oleg and Sophie. When Max and Caroline work a promotional booth at a gaming convention that Han is attending, they discover that an avatar for a new game has been made in Max's image.
Meanwhile, Oleg's cousin is remodeling Sophie's apartment, forcing her and Oleg to temporarily move into the girls' apartment, where they make themselves at home.
Caroline meets a handsome man at the diner who asks her out, but the "date" turns out to be viewing his presentation at a story telling show.
Though put off by the event, Caroline is encouraged by the MC to return to the club to tell her story. A representative from Warner Brothers hears Caroline's real-life tale and thinks it will make a good movie.
She arranges a first class flight for Caroline to travel to Hollywood, which Caroline exchanges for two coach seats so Max can go too. Meanwhile, Sophie and Oleg search for a surrogate to carry their baby.
Max and Caroline arrive in Hollywood, though Max's luggage does not. While Caroline waits for a chance to talk to producer Perry Tyler Chris Williams , Max is upset that Randy Ed Quinn , the lawyer she met at the hotel bar and later slept with, has not called or texted the next day.
Sophie arrives in town, seeking doctors who have performed fertility treatments for over celebrities. Caroline gets her meeting with the head writer for the movie, who tells her that they don't want a "Max" character in the film at all.
Caroline is upset until the writer says they are thinking of Jennifer Lawrence for her role. In the end, Caroline tells Max she refused to agree to the film unless the Max role stays in.
While Caroline awaits a meeting with Jennifer Lawrence, who is interested in playing her role in the movie, Max offers to stay at Randy's house and watch his dog while he travels to Miami.
But the dog runs away, putting the girls in the path of a serial killer. Meanwhile, Sophie is convinced that bad karma is preventing her from becoming pregnant, so she tries in vain to stop insulting Caroline.
The deal for the movie on Caroline's life story is a go, though she won't see a check for a month. As the girls prepare to head home, Randy meets with Max and breaks up with her through his therapist John Michael Higgins.
As the girls take a party bus to the airport, Caroline insists they stop at Randy's house to get closure. Randy then tells Max he likes her too much, and knows how long-distance relationships usually end.
Meanwhile, Sophie's spiritual healer says she can't help her get pregnant They visit Caroline's father in prison to see a musical that he has written, where he tells Max that Caroline will not be happy and this is her big chance to move back to Manhattan, infuriating Max.
Meanwhile, Sophie receives a letter identifying the sex of her baby but wants it to be revealed using a "gender reveal cake".
Caroline has received her money and she and Max search for a place to set up the dessert shop after Han refuses to allow them to expand in the diner.
Randy shows up in town and Caroline urges Max to resist him, given the way Randy handled things in California, but Max cannot.
In the end, Han relents and allows the girls to use their old cupcake space for their dessert shop. Randy decides he wants to spend a night in the girls' apartment to see how Max lives, but he soon steps on a floorboard nail and has to go to the hospital.
He later uses the incident and his lawyer skills to force the landlord into putting the girls' name on the apartment lease, and he also fine-tunes their application for the dessert shop's liquor license.
Randy is invited to a dinner by potential new law partners who have offered him a job in Manhattan, and he asks Max to come along. Max feels out of place at the trendy new restaurant and throws up multiple times after eating the exotic food, making her feel that she and Randy aren't right for each other.
Also, Sophie and Oleg ask Max and Caroline to be the godparents for their baby. Max and Caroline try to convince the owner of the pizza place next door to rent her back office to them, so they can expand their dessert bar.
Max and Caroline learn Han is in trouble with a gang when he can't pay substantial debt he amassed from gambling on women's tennis.
In the first half hour, the girls try to balance working at the diner, in which they now own a majority share, and opening their dessert bar. In the second half hour, Sophie delivers her baby daughter, Barbara.
Throughout each episode, Max is continually sexting and video-chatting with Randy, who has moved back to California. The girls go out of their way to get a hip, wealthy crowd to patronize their dessert bar, but only succeed in attracting a group of tough women who are into arm wrestling.
Meanwhile, Oleg and Sophie are both going crazy over the fact that Sophie cannot have sex for 30 days after delivering her baby.
Remembering that Earl is an ordained minister, Oleg, Sophie and the girls arrange to have a secret baptism performed in the dessert bar.
After a local trade magazine reviews the dessert bar, Caroline is invited to speak to a business class at Wharton , her alma mater.
She brings along Max, who is determined to give Caroline the full college experience she missed out on as a student.
Meanwhile, Sophie won't ever let Barbara out of her sight, causing Oleg to take drastic measures to ensure he gets time for bonding with his daughter.
When Randy tells Max he has an upcoming hour layover in Newark , Caroline insists that Max go there to meet him. Max is otherwise occupied making a special-order cake for a dessert bar customer, and Han later accidentally destroys the cake.
Meanwhile, an old flame of Earl's from returns from Cuba and looks him up. When the girls take a bartending class in order to expand the cocktail menu at their dessert bar, Caroline must think quickly when she has to take the class exam solo after Max gets chicken pox from Han.
Also, Sophie creates a creepy lookalike video monitor doll to keep tabs on baby Barbara. Caroline, who hasn't had sex in two years, tries everything she can to be alone with Tyler, but Max's breakup with Randy gets in the way.
Meanwhile, Oleg is upset when Sophie insists he sell his beloved Toyota Yaris so they can buy a minivan. As the dessert bar prepares to host a large event, a hurricane hits Brooklyn, causing a power blackout.
Max ponders whether her recent breakup from Randy is real, while Oleg worries because Sophie is at home alone with Barbara's handsome "manny". Han's car breaks down on-route, so they hitch a ride with a trucker called Becky who tells them about her friend "Sloppy Joe" who owns a plane that could get them to LA.
The girls decide to travel on the plane, and Max continues to obsess over Randy. Max discovers that Randy is currently shooting a movie in Austin, Texas.
Oleg and Sophie are left behind to run the diner while the group is away. After being dropped off quite literally in the middle of nowhere by Sloppy Joe, the girls find their purses and all their money are missing.
They stow away on a riverboat casino bound for New Orleans, and have to work as waitresses after being caught.
Back home, Sophie and Oleg are taking care of Chestnut when they stumble upon a way to make money off of the horse. Max and Caroline make it to Austin to see Randy on the movie set, where they are recruited to play extras in a zombie film.
Meanwhile, Oleg tries to make repairs in the dessert bar, while lamenting the fact that Barbara keeps calling him "mama".
Upon returning home, Caroline loves the renovations in the dessert bar, and soon falls for Bobby Christopher Gorham , the contractor Oleg hired. Before Caroline can act, Max gets a call that Randy had an accident in Manhattan and is in the hospital.
Max and Randy get closure on their relationship, as Randy says he can't leave his business behind in L. Meanwhile, Sophie joins a mothers group, but learns they all leave their babies with someone else and prefer to just party.
Caroline is reluctant to go on a "night date" with Bobby, because it means leaving Max to run the dessert bar alone. All during the date, Caroline constantly leaves Bobby to check in on Max, but it turns out Max is handling things fine, albeit differently than Caroline would.
Caroline goes all out to prepare for the crucial third date with Bobby, including buying some sexy underwear and taking burlesque lessons.
Meanwhile, Max proclaims that she is done with sex and does one of the least sexy things possible — going golfing with Han.
Caroline visits Bobby's home to meet his mother Nora Dunn , who is still hung up on Jessica, the woman to whom Bobby was "engaged to be engaged" over a year ago.
Complicating things, the entire diner crew invite themselves to the party. Han's therapist convinces him to close the diner on a Sunday for some "me" time, and Han later informs Max that he thinks he's located her father and set up a rendezvous in a Rhode Island diner.
The diner crew takes a road trip in Oleg and Sophie's minivan, but Max's father doesn't show. Max sees a text on Bobby's phone that makes her suspect Jessica is having Bobby's baby.
Trying to confirm it, she and Han pretend to be an engaged couple and visit Jessica's wedding planning business. Meanwhile, Caroline gets on the bad side of Bobby's mom again when she unknowingly convinces Bobby's sister Denise to quit working for their mom.
Bobby reveals to Caroline that he has a passion for bowling , and invites her along to watch his team, the Alley Oops, play for a championship.
Caroline later accidentally slams a door on the hand of the team's best bowler, forcing Max to bowl as a substitute. Meanwhile, Oleg and Sophie are determined to win Barbara a stuffed animal from a claw machine.
Caroline and Max are invited to an exclusive sneak preview of the movie made about Caroline's life. Candy Andy returns the film's producers thought it would play better if Caroline ended up with him making Bobby jealous, but he doesn't want to admit that to Caroline.
Meanwhile, Earl and Sophie learn that their characters were combined into one person. As the girls prepare for the premiere of The Princess and The Ponzi , they ask Han for a week leave to get properly dressed and they call in a top fashion designer.
Max flees to the dessert bar, but Randy follows and says he's moving to New York permanently. He proposes to Max, and Caroline soon arrives to see the ring on Max's finger.
It's then revealed that Bobby and Randy know each other and are enemies, due to Randy's firm rejecting Bobby's mother and sister for a reality show.
As Max and Caroline are excited for the future, their men start to fight. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article.
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