2 Broke Girls Season 4 Recap: And the Old Bike Yarn

By April Lara | 3 years ago
2 Broke Girls Season 4 Recap: And the Old Bike Yarn
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You never really learn something until the situation calls for it and find yourself finally being able to do it. Find out what happened on “2 Broke Girls” Season 4 Episode 4 "And the Old Bike Yarn." Read on for the full recap.

Max and Caroline find an abandoned bike outside their shop when they saw a hippie bombing it with yarn. Max did not like this, so she told her to get lost. However, Guinevere, the hippie, said that she doesn’t have the right on the bike because that wasn’t hers. Max said that they use the bike to deliver cupcakes.

Caroline found that idea interesting, so she suggested that Max do the deliveries. Then again, Max said no so she did it instead but gave up because it was so tiring. Max was then forced to give it a try, but she forgot the delivery slips.  Caroline had to go after her until she saw her hiring a car from Uber and putting the cupcake deliveries there instead.

That’s when Max admitted that she doesn’t know how to ride a bike, so Caroline, being a good friend, proposed to teach Max how to ride a bike. Max explained that she never really wanted to learn because she saw a boy fell off a bike when she was still a child, and since then, she lost her interest in learning.

However, Max wasn’t able to learn because she got an injury while learning, so they decided to let it go until she saw the hippie again, trying to put yarn all over the alley. That’s when Max hopped on the bike and chased after her.

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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.