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2 Broke Girls: Season 1 (2011-2012)




Critic Consensus: Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs have undeniable chemistry, and although 2 Broke Girls is at times is bogged down by predictable jokes, this old-fashioned odd couple sitcom is rich with laughs.


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One's street-smart and blue-collar born; the other's book smart and nouveau bankrupt. Together, unlikely roommates and unlikelier friends Max (Kat Dennings, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) are two broke girls waiting tables in a Brooklyn diner while they're waiting for real life to begin. Saving $250,000 to open a cupcake shop won't be easy, but the pair's saucy humor and blossoming friendship make chasing the American dream a priceless adventure.


Kat Dennings
as Max Black
Beth Behrs
as Caroline Channing
Matthew Moy
as Han Lee
Nick Zano
as Johnny
Noah Mills
as Robbie
Kelly Beckett
as Cashandra
Lou DiMaggio
as Detective James
Miki Ann Maddox
as Hipster Girl
Gary Kraus
as Husband
Steven Weber
as Martin Channing
Bunny Levine
as Mrs. Cohen
Matt Cook
as Brody
Alex Berg
as Wine Guy
Greg Worswick
as Michael #1
Mindy Sterling
as Mrs. Stein
Mario Diaz
as Steam Punk Guy
Donnell Turner
as Officer James
Mitch Silpa
as Jeffrey
Sonya Eddie
as Freddie
Mary Testa
as Esther Rachael
Brandon Bell
as Officer Mars
Amaris Dupree
as Puerto Rican Girl
D.C. Douglas
as Conrad Dean
Ayda Field
as Constance
Tim Chiou
as Edwin
Ari Zagaris
as Couple Man
Carla Gallo
as Stephanie
Bruno Amato
as Officer Gonsalez
Sarah Buehler
as Tough White Girl
Janelle Giumarra
as Couple Woman
Morgan Murphy
as Sedate Girl
Mike Moh
as Korean Hipster
Kate Frisbee
as Kay Jean
Joey Baker
as Hot Body
Nik Tyler
as Drunk Hipster
Cale Hartmann
as Hipster #1
Rick Shapiro
as Guy Behind the Glass
Renée Taylor
as Hinda Fagel
Ian Wolterstorff
as Cheese Guy
Jeremy Rowley
as Jefferson
Brooke Dillman
as Manicurist
Thomas Fowler
as Customer
Dan Warner
as Guard #1
Corey Podell
as Dog Lady
Jimmy O. Yang
as Person in Line
Adam Korson
as Hipster #2
Matt Winston
as Sergiusz
Daniel Edward Mora
as Working Class Guy
Anthony Cutolo
as Delivery Guy
Laura C. Spencer
as Jewelry Counter Girl
Jayson Blair
as Brendon
Alex Enriquez
as Hipster #3
Jay Willick
as Dr. Anshell
Chuti Tiu
as Customer
Ryan Gaul
as Jeremy
Hal Devi
as Guard #2
Phong Lee
as Bro #1
Brian Thompson
as Body Mod Guy
Bill Parks
as Band Member
Alison White
as Blogger
Eugene Shaw
as Band Member
Megan Heyn
as Semhar
Greg Lewis
as Customer
Nick Jameson
as MTA Announcer
Marcus Choi
as Michael #2
Dan Wells
as Michael #3
Beth Crosby
as Woman Executive #1
Jennifer Jean Snyder
as Woman Executive #2
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Critic Reviews for 2 Broke Girls: Season 1

All Critics (40) | Top Critics (23)

The jokes are a lot racier than you'll find on other shows and they can be hit and miss but the show is not boring and it has so much potential. I'm still very much a fan.

October 1, 2018 | Full Review…

Really, though, improve the joke menu. At least just a little.

September 19, 2011 | Rating: C | Full Review…
Top Critic

Its greasy-spoon spunk is regularly palatable, good for a cheap chuckle.

September 19, 2011 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Introductions have to be quick, and this is a slam-bam one. 2BG should stick around for a while.

September 19, 2011 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

The two lead actresses are funny and endearing with great chemistry.

September 19, 2011 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The best multi-cam-com of the season.

September 19, 2011 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for 2 Broke Girls: Season 1

"We are in the golden era of television" Whoever said that should be given an award. With shows like 2 Broke Girls, The Walking Dead, Mike & Molly, Game of Thrones, Person of Interest, & Arrow (to name a few) there is no doubt about it. The moment I saw the previews for this show I was looking forward to it. Kat Dennings is one amazing actress & has a wild sense of humor, & being written by Whitney Cummings (who made appearances on Chelsea Lately) with her perverted sense of humor made the show all the better. Now, there has been criticism towards said humor, & the acting (well, the acting was criticized by regular users/morons), mostly saying how it's sexual & crude, racist & filled with stereotypes. News flash, that's the intention of it. If people are going to judge it based on crude & sexual humor then frankly they should have trashed Borat. As far as racism & stereotypes go, I was never once offended by any of the racial jokes, not even the Mexican ones (being a Mexican myself). When it comes to the acting, does everyone automatically call "bad acting" nowadays based on something they don't like? How is Kat Dennings' acting bad? She plays a girl who has gone through hell & eventually accepted it as part of her life; she's dead inside & doesn't give a damn just fine. And How is Beth Behr's acting terrible too? If anyone is going to criticize acting, then they should criticize the acting in Person of Interest. Before you throw a bitchfest, I happen to love Person of Interest, but my love for that show isn't going to blind me from noticing how horrible wooden the acting is. It's got everything a good show has except for decent acting. Other than that, 2 Broke girls is my current favorite sitcom today, & definitely needs to stay alive for as long as it can.


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