She brings Mark rocky road ice cream to try to get him and Alex back together.
"Hey, hey, hey, hey, I am mad at Alex but I am not going to sleep with you," he tells Whitney. "You want to do side-by-side stuff, that's cool."
I'm sorry that still makes me laugh. Mark thinks he's the hottest thing around. The actor's good looking that plays him but Mark so oblivious and that's what makes him so funny.
At one point, he 'explains' to Whitney that "hos tear bros apart."
And she tells him, "I'm sorry. I had no idea you were feeling this way. I wasn't even aware you had feelings at all."
It's a really cute scene. Especially when it's winding down and she tells him, "See sometimes hos help bros and sometimes bros should apologize to hos for calling them a ho."
I really do love this show. It's so funny. And each episode gets better and better. If I were voting the Emmy for best actress, Whitney Cummings would get it for her performance.
Alright, Solyndra. Darren Samuelsohn (POLITICO) reports the latest on the scandal.
Solyndra is the green energy company whose biggest stock holder was a big Barack donor and bundler. It was an iffy company always in danger of going under.
But somehow it qualified for a government loan -- a half-billion dollar loan. And while certain watchdogs within the goverment were saying the loan was a mistake, people at the White House were e-mailing to ask when this process was going to wrap up?
You know what wrapped up? Solyndra. It went belly up.
That's a half-billion dollars the government wasted.
And now there are a lot of questions.
Because the White House has refused to answer those questions, a House Subcomitte has to subpoena the White House. Today's story is about the White House insisting the subpoena is too vague.
Maybe people wouldn't think they had something to hide if they didn't keep acting like they had something to hide?
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