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S01.E06: DJ Twins 2016.02.25

I loved it!

 

I'm sorry that Chip missed this chance to be Mr Rodeo. It was great seeing him being a success with the crowd. Also, I had to pause the show when we see him riding the unicycle with a walker. That cracked me up, and it would be a great gag for his performance.

 

Also cracking me up was the DJ Twins speaking in unison so many times.

 

Of course the highlight is Christine. She had so many great lines.

 

"Shut the door. It's cricket season."

 

"Do you have any varnish I could rent."

 

"Get the china out of the garage. I'm going to rinse my feet."

 

Singing "Everybody makes mistakes."

 

Calling it "Dasante."

 

Of course it's Louie Anderson's delivery and face that makes them all funny.

 

It was a great gag to have the crickets there and chirping at perfect moments.

 

I was actually tearing up when Christine talked about her dream and being sad, and then when she was eating the whipped cream. 

 

Once again Chip shows what a good son he is. AND he gets to fart into the twins' room.

 

Dale made me laugh when he said, "You have ruined our buttocks."

 

Oh, and what a great expression: Dragging your sad sickness around behind you like a turd on a string.

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Best show yet!  I cracked up EVERY time the cricket chirped.  I had to rewind and re-watch the part where Chip threw the water at the cricket. 

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That was darn near a perfect thirty minutes of television. Best cricket timing, ever!

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"Get the china out of the garage. I'm going to rinse my feet."

 

^^ This made me howl.

 

Watching Christine Baskets as she lumbers/floats across the room in her flowery cover-ups is a thing of beauty!

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I loved watching her get ready for the twins' arrival -- picking out the right outfit, putting on mascara and lipstick, putting on the perfect necklace. Of course a lot of my enjoyment came from knowing it was a man playing a woman, and seeing him do it all so convincingly, i.e., normally. 

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I seriously forget it's a man playing a woman. I've never been a fan of Louie Anderson, but I'm so convinced of his acting brilliance in this.

The cricket was hilarious.

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