Thursday, March 29, 2012

What I’m Watching: Life’s Too Short

Life’s Too Short: Season 1, Episode 6 (B+)

Warwick should know by now that any party he throws is not going to be a success, and he really needs to learn that telling people that you’re dating someone else when your actual date is right there next to you is not a smart idea. I was shocked that Amy was still around after last week’s horrible happenings, and being told by Warwick that she knew what she was getting into dating a player should send her packing, for her sake if for no other reason. Warwick’s calls to Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson weren’t met with much success, and I liked that Rupert Grint called back and Warwick promptly told him there was no party. Cat Deeley was a fun guest, though she looked miserable, and the reality-competition show host is clearly a good sport, appearing also earlier this season as herself on “House of Lies.” The discussion about how best to commit suicide was rather morbid and peculiar, but what else could be expected of Warwick’s actual friends? The fiasco with the washing machine removal was rather hilarious, as the inconsolably strange Cheryl neglected to tell Warwick that she had, for once, done something productive and switched the washing machines before he got back with the hand truck. The installation of the peephole in his door proved similarly amusing, as he was disappointed to discover that looking at a peephole placed at groin level allowed him to see no higher than a person’s groin. His substitute solution proved quite visually entertaining.

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