In this week’s Andy-centric episode of Cougar Town, the man with a churro hole for a mouth (according to his wife) got his very own motorcycle! Grayson, Jules, and Laurie, to your right, are reacting to his head-to-toe leather biker getup, which was almost as hot as his boxers-only policy while wearing a Snuggie. Everyone wore Snuggies, by the way, for a group meeting at the beginning of the show. They really did seem like a cult, and I loved how the women each wore a different shade (violet for Jules, pink for Ellie, cheetah print for Laurie, of course) while the men all had to wear the standard royal blue. I’m pretty sure Jules called them “Fluffies” at one point instead of Snuggies or Slankets. A good name for their cult, by the way, might be Morning Intruders.
But back to Andy’s hog. Andy missed his freedom. “I never have any time for just me,” whined Andy as he drank coffee while not working or being with his family. After Andy and Ellie got into a more significant fight than usual, he threatened to stay away for a few days until Jules snapped some sense into him and roared him back to a ludicrous dance recital for Andy and Ellie’s 1-year-old (who was conceived on Jules’ kitchen island). Meanwhile, Grayson threatened violence against new nerd-neighbor Tom if he tried anything with Jules, then resorted to the old passive-aggressive “boot down the chimney” technique instead. Bobby reluctantly took Travis on a manly fishing trip, where they disagreed over the general worth and humor value of ducks.
Gay trap tally: Bette Midler’s “Wind Beneath My Wings,” fuchsia, charades, Indigo Girls’ “Closer to Fine,” and that conservative blonde girl who’s always getting into fights on The View. READ FULL STORY