2 Broke Girls Season 4 Recap: And the Move-In Meltdown

By April Lara | 3 years ago
2 Broke Girls Season 4 Recap: And the Move-In Meltdown
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Did you miss Max and Caroline? Find out what happened on “2 Broke Girls” Season 4 Episode 10 “And The Move-In Meltdown.”

This episode mostly revolved around Oleg and Sophie’s relationship when they decided to move in together. Oleg was the one who moved in at Sophie’s, and the rest of the crew — Mac, Caroline, Han and Earl — helped him.

It is true that you really don’t get to know the true personality of a person until you live with them, and that’s what happened with Sophie and Oleg. Sophie didn’t like having Oleg’s stuff in her apartment, especially the Putin painting, while Oleg didn’t like the tiny drawer that Sophie gave him. The two asked the help of their friends for advice on how to handle this certain relationship issue. Caroline, eager to help, arranged a couple’s therapy with Max as her assistant.

Caroline and Max gave them tips on how to make their relationship work, especially now that they are living together.

In other news, Caroline wanted to get some lamps, which were on sale for their apartment, but Max disagreed.

In the end, all’s well that ends well — Sophie and Oleg managed to compromise and are now living happily together… so far. The cupcake business was also running smoothly because Caroline and Max managed to handle it pretty well even if they are busy handling other things in this episode, such as Sophie and Oleg’s relationship as well as being waitresses at Han’s diner.

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.