Watching ONLY the FIRST and LAST Episode of *Bridgerton*

Dylan Is In Trouble
5 Mar 202432:20

Summary

TLDRThe script is a humorous commentary on the first and last episodes of the period drama series Bridgerton. The narrator provides witty insights, predictions, and critiques as he watches the episodes unfold. From the colorful and exaggerated characters to the familiar romantic tropes set in the 1800s, the commentary humorously dissects the show's plot points, relationships, and scandals. The narrator's frank observations and tongue-in-cheek remarks make for an entertaining and lighthearted analysis of the show's highlights and shortcomings, inviting viewers to join in on the fun of watching and discussing the series.

Takeaways

  • πŸ˜„ The video is a commentary on the Netflix series 'Bridgerton', where the host provides his thoughts and reactions while watching the first and last episodes.
  • πŸ€” The host initially struggles to understand the premise of the show but eventually realizes it's like 'Gossip Girl' set in 1813, revolving around an anonymous writer known as Lady Whistledown.
  • πŸ‘° The show centers around the upper-class society of 19th-century London and the pressures faced by young women to secure suitable marriages.
  • πŸ‘‘ The Queen plays a pivotal role in approving or rejecting potential matches for the women during the social season.
  • πŸ’‘ Two main characters, Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset, enter into a fake courtship to boost their prospects, but their relationship takes an unexpected turn.
  • πŸ•΅οΈ Lady Whistledown's true identity is a mystery throughout the series, and there are attempts to unmask her.
  • πŸ’” The show explores themes of love, family dynamics, societal expectations, and the challenges faced by women in that era.
  • 🎭 The host occasionally criticizes the show for underplaying certain dramatic moments or not fully exploring darker plot points.
  • πŸ‘Ά Unexpected pregnancies and the consequences thereof play a significant role in the storyline.
  • πŸ’˜ The video concludes with the host acknowledging the show's reliance on clichΓ©s but appreciating its unique twist of being a period drama.

Q & A

  • What is the initial impression the narrator gets about the show 'Bridgerton'?

    -The narrator initially expects 'Bridgerton' to be a bright and colorful love story based on the visuals presented in the opening scenes.

  • What is the significance of the 'Marriage Market' and the Queen's role in it?

    -In the show's setting, young ladies are presented before the Queen during the social season, and the Queen's favor or displeasure can greatly influence their prospects of finding a suitable husband in the 'Marriage Market'.

  • Who is Lady Whistledown, and what is her role in the show?

    -Lady Whistledown is an anonymous gossip writer who publishes scandalous details about the ton (high society) in a pamphlet, and her writings have a significant impact on the characters' reputations.

  • What is the arrangement between Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset (the Duke)?

    -Daphne and Simon agree to pretend to be a couple in order to avoid the scrutiny of Lady Whistledown and improve their respective marriage prospects.

  • What happened between Siena (the singer) and Anthony Bridgerton?

    -Siena and Anthony had a romantic relationship, but Anthony ultimately breaks it off, leaving Siena heartbroken.

  • What is the significance of the fight scene and the bet placed by one of the characters?

    -One of the characters (likely Lord Berbrooke) bets his entire estate on a rigged fight, suggesting his dire financial situation and involvement in shady dealings.

  • What is revealed about Lady Whistledown's identity at the end of the season?

    -It is revealed that Lady Whistledown is actually Penelope Featherington, the shy and unassuming daughter of a prominent family.

  • What is the status of Daphne's relationship with Simon at the end of the season?

    -Despite initially agreeing to a fake courtship, Daphne and Simon end up developing genuine feelings for each other and decide to continue their relationship.

  • What is the significance of the rain scene between Daphne and Simon?

    -The rain scene serves as a romantic and intimate moment where Simon expresses his love for Daphne, embracing her imperfections and flaws.

  • What major event occurs at the very end of the season?

    -At the end of the season, Daphne gives birth to a son, marking a new chapter in her life with Simon.

Outlines

00:00

🎬 Movie Commentary Introduction

The narrator introduces the video as another movie commentary session, announcing that the movie for this week is Bridgerton. He admits to not knowing much about the movie but trusts the audience's vibe in choosing it. He mentions watching the first and last episodes only, skipping the middle, and hopes the audience will enjoy the commentary despite potential bad jokes.

05:02

😲 First Impressions and Predictions

The narrator shares his initial impressions of the show, commenting on the characters' appearances and behaviors. He makes predictions about potential plot points, such as a gossip columnist character, a love triangle, and the possibility of duels. He also expresses confusion about certain aspects of the show but remains intrigued by the overall premise.

10:02

🀨 Questioning Character Motivations

The narrator continues to analyze the characters' actions and motivations, questioning their decisions and relationships. He speculates about potential secrets and hidden agendas, particularly regarding the father figure and the implications of a pregnancy scare. Additionally, he expresses frustration with certain characters' appearances and perceived personalities.

15:04

πŸ˜• Unanswered Questions and Theories

With limited context from skipping episodes, the narrator grapples with unanswered questions and develops theories about the plot. He speculates about the implications of a potential pregnancy, the dynamics between characters, and the identity of the gossip columnist. He also expresses disappointment with the lack of resolution regarding certain plot points.

20:04

πŸ€” Predictions and Critiques

The narrator continues to make predictions about the characters' fates and relationships, while also critiquing the show's handling of darker themes and fight scenes. He expresses frustration with the lack of depth and realism in certain plot points, but remains invested in the overall story and character development.

25:09

😳 Shocking Revelations and Reactions

As the narrator watches the final episode, he reacts to shocking revelations and plot twists, including character deaths, marriages, and unexpected alliances. He also critiques the show's handling of intimate scenes and character motivations, expressing both satisfaction and disappointment with certain outcomes.

30:11

πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ Final Thoughts and Reflections

In the closing remarks, the narrator shares his overall impressions of the show, acknowledging its reliance on clichΓ©s but appreciating the unique twist of setting it in the 1800s. He expresses hope that the audience enjoyed the commentary despite his critiques and looks forward to the next movie commentary session.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Regency Era

The time period in which the story of Bridgerton is set, typically referring to the early 19th century when the British monarchy was ruled by a regent. The video's script is filled with references to the social norms, fashion, and customs of this era, such as the importance of marriage, the role of the Queen in society, and the use of corsets and sideburns as fashion elements.

πŸ’‘Gossip Girl

A reference to the popular TV series 'Gossip Girl,' where an anonymous blogger revealed secrets about the lives of affluent teenagers in New York City. In Bridgerton, the character of Lady Whistledown serves a similar role, publishing scandalous gossip about the ton (high society) under a pseudonym. The narrator draws parallels between the two, likening Lady Whistledown to the Gossip Girl of the Regency era.

πŸ’‘The Marriage Market

A term used to describe the societal pressure and expectations for young women of marriageable age to find suitable husbands. In the Regency era, a woman's prospects and social standing were largely determined by her ability to secure a advantageous marriage. The script highlights the intense scrutiny and competition among the debutantes, as exemplified by the Queen's role in selecting the most desirable candidates.

πŸ’‘The Ton

A term used to refer to the high society of the Regency era, particularly the aristocratic and wealthy families who held significant social influence and power. The script frequently mentions the 'ton' as the social circle in which the characters of Bridgerton operate, governed by strict rules of etiquette and propriety.

πŸ’‘Debutante

A young woman from an aristocratic or wealthy family who is being formally introduced to society, typically with the intention of finding a suitable husband. In the script, the debutantes are presented to the Queen at the start of the social season, with their prospects heavily influenced by the Queen's favor or disfavor.

πŸ’‘Sideburns

Facial hair grown on the sides of the face, often extending towards the cheekbones or jaw. The script frequently mentions the sideburns worn by the male characters, highlighting them as a prominent fashion element of the Regency era. The narrator often uses the characters' sideburns as a visual descriptor, sometimes in a humorous or derisive manner.

πŸ’‘Courtship

The traditional process of romantic pursuit, where a man seeks to win the affection and eventually the hand in marriage of a woman. The script explores the various courtship rituals and expectations of the Regency era, such as attending social events, exchanging letters, and the involvement of family members in arranging suitable matches.

πŸ’‘Ruse

A deceptive action or plan intended to mislead or deceive others. In the context of the script, the main characters, Daphne and Simon, engage in a ruse where they pretend to be a courting couple to avoid the scrutiny and gossip of Lady Whistledown and the ton. This ruse serves as a central plot device, allowing the characters to explore their true feelings while maintaining societal propriety.

πŸ’‘Propriety

The adherence to socially accepted standards of behavior, particularly in relation to morality and decorum. Propriety is a recurring theme in the script, as the characters navigate the strict social expectations and conventions of the Regency era. Breaches of propriety, such as inappropriate relationships or scandalous behavior, could severely damage one's reputation and social standing.

πŸ’‘Scandal

An action or event that causes public outrage or disgrace, often due to a violation of social norms or moral standards. In the world of Bridgerton, the threat of scandal looms large, as Lady Whistledown's gossip columns have the power to ruin reputations and derail marriage prospects. Characters must carefully guard against any hint of impropriety to avoid becoming the subject of scandalous rumors.

Highlights

...it's a Bridgerton day uh oh I also I will say, this is first and last so we watched the first episode and the last episode and nothing in between like I said it's all it's all Vibes and I know you guys trust me to to pick out the uh the proper movies to and shows to cover I don't know on this if you guys are vibing with this but uh fingers crossed baby...

...oh look this is going to be a bright and colorful Love Story isn't it, Groen a square a, 1813 the upcoming social season hoisted upon the marriage market like sorrowful sours tighter to breathe Mama they had to have done some studies about corsets, it's got to like crush your ribs right...

...okay so these women are being presented before the queen who then passes judgment are you being chosen you're being selected for flawless my dear oh good good good for you I can't look at you I've seen your cheeks the brighter a lady shines the faster she may burn oh she going combust guns...

...do I have this correct there's a gossip newspaper that goes out is this Gossip Girl in 1813 is that what I'm watching right now like lady whistledown who was doing the opening narration was like oh you'll never know who I am lady whistle down, you do not know me and rest assured you never shall she's Gossip Girl okay I feel like I I can properly frame the show now I know what it is it's Gossip Girl 200 years ago okay I'm good...

...ugh she is prer oh no I almost said she came from a farm, but I don't want you to get the wrong impression of what I was saying there, some boy on the farm this isn't that kind of smarty story but I I think it's the father I is that too dark for this show...

...oh my God yes oh I know of what this lady whistledown has written trust I possess as much contempt for the author as you do perhaps there is an answer here we go here we go Collective lady whistle down is you you know what's crazy is not only did the mom's conc this plot this 2016 Netflix plot of Let's Pretend We're dating he's coming up with the idea on his own...

...they'll EV split up by this point but they're going to get back together in this episode as well truth of a marriage hiding behind closed doors why is she upset at him is it cuz he impregnated the farm girl beware, indeed blushing Newly Weds or in dignity...

...I bet she lost the baby that's drama and then she would be able to continue to be cuzz her having a kid it would knock her out of this this marriage and dating ring right and there wouldn't be as much as many places to go, so I think she probably lost the baby, big drama there and then that woman who was upset at her husband she found out that her husband was the one who uh rolled around in the barn with her you know...

...several weeks ago and uh was the soldier was the soldier boy or uh the father or would have been the father if it wasn't for that nasty T he was writing to me to tell me he loved me to tell me we could run away together and marry and have our child it's going to we have to do that now huh...

...listen I'm I'm not saying that 25 seconds is like the worst thing in the world right like sometimes you just you know it happens right but to call it a grand finishing I think if there was going to be Grandeur there would be more than one finishing and I don't think that was possible here but like I said as a guy been there okay but I don't want like a self-satisfied like yeah you know you haven't earned that you got to earn that you got to apologize make up an excuse something don't smile at her...

...well I'm sure whistle down still on the loose neck he's going be far more interesting Gossip Girl still in the loose huh I listen here's my thing if you were going to do a uh fighter undefeated fighter or like overwhelming favorite throws a match man bets his his house and even in the fight there was so little violence to that like if you're going to do those plots those are like some dark underworld plots like those are seedy violent terrible people here's just the skimming of the surface and then you don't get to see anything else like why bring us there and then not show it...

...oh so she is going to marry the brother now you were with Madame deor last night yes they didn't show okay so Gossip Girl oh I should have said it too when we saw the cart we didn't see the the dress maker it was just a dark heartart that quickly sped away perhaps I will come forward one day that's a woman there those was are very feminine lips Yours Truly...

...oh they're having a okay it's going to be a son who wants the bed it's a boy it's a boy congratulations you have a son a boy I had a 50% chance but I figured Simon had issues with his father and now Simon's going to be the father of a son right it makes sense thematically...

I I know why people like this show it's like Pack full of cliches but like with the twists of being uh 183 like that's fun I wish they wouldn't like if they're not going to give proper weight to like some of the darker moments then I wish they just wouldn't dabble in them very shocked that they ended up together who could have seen that coming I hope you guys enjoyed I'll be back of course next Monday so until then love you guys and uh toodles

Transcripts

00:00

hello troublemakers welcome back to

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another movie commentary Monday it's

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another Monday let's celebrate by

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watching the movie together this week's

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movie is Bridgerton I know some of you

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out there it's your favorite movie I'm

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going to be honest I don't know I don't

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know a ton about this I was originally

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going to do the Hunger Games uh I

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covered that on um on ugab Booga we do a

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a series where we watch movie trailers

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and that looked interesting enough I was

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going to check that out but I it's it's

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about Vibe sometimes you know and the

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vibe today which is telling me it's a

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Bridgerton day uh oh I also I will say

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this is first and last so we watched the

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first episode and the last episode and

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nothing in between like I said it's all

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it's all Vibes and I know you guys trust

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me to to pick out the uh the proper

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movies to and shows to cover I don't

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know on this if you guys are vibing with

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this but uh fingers crossed baby even if

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you're not if you're just like hey I'll

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go until he delivers a bad joke don't

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worry you're going to get to this whole

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video no bad

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jokes maybe one it's so bright and

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colorful oh look this is going to be a

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bright and colorful Love Story isn't it

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Groen a square a

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1813 the upcoming social season hoisted

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upon the marriage market like sorrowful

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sours tighter to breathe Mama they had

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to have done some studies about corsets

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it's got to like crush your ribs right

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like you got to have brittle ribs as a

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woman with just like prolonged corset

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usage just like one one little flick and

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it just like shatters th count is bridg

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britin everyone says that I don't like

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these guys too much cburn where is he

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Benedict I do

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look oh sheath your sword sir we have a

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party to go to oh up against a tree just

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full cheeks out awful awful thing

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Anthony you're here of course I'm here

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sister I don't like that she's touching

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him they're siblings I feel like after

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you have smoosh with somebody you need

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like an hour and a shower before you

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should be touched by your family members

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I got some questions about this family

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they're a little too

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close you know what I mean for today is

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the day London marriage-minded misses

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are presented it is only the queen's eye

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that matters today limmer of

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displeasure that's her ribs that's her

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ribs giving out on her okay so these

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women are being presented before the

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queen who then passes judgment are you

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being chosen you're being selected for

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flawless my dear oh good good good for

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you I can't look at you I've seen your

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cheeks the brighter a lady shines the

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faster she may

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burn oh she going combust guns oh there

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could be a duel in this My Success on

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the marriage mod influences all of your

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prospects on the ah ah ah I think I

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found a plot and now 200 young ladies

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have a common adversary so because the

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queen complimented her now she's the

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target for everyone else I love as pure

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as what my mom and papa once Shar if we

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are so fortunate I really hope I bet mom

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and papa I bet their love story is rough

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and tumbly look at that face that's a

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face of somebody who's like H you don't

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know the truth ha whistled down the

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author wa wait wait wait do I have this

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correct there's a gossip newspaper that

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goes out is this Gossip Girl in 1813 is

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that what I'm watching right now like

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lady whistledown who was doing the

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opening narration was like oh you'll

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never know who I am lady whistle down

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you do not know me and rest assured you

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never shall she's Gossip Girl okay I

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feel like I I can properly frame the

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show now I know what it is it's Gossip

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Girl 200 years ago okay I'm good and

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panel if you put down that book at once

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you shall confuse your thoughts oh she's

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going to be a fan favorite girl who

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she's trying to read they will not make

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her a bad person in the slightest unless

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you should like to have only three young

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ladies under your

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care she's got she's got a willowy sweet

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voice too oh I should gladly sit this

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season out oh she doesn't even want to

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participate in this patriarchal

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patronage this will be her very first

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season oh there's Seasons so if you

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don't get picked for one of the seasons

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oh if you're stuck on the market for a

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while she came of age on a farm and as

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for her appearance well let us hope Miss

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Thompson is more presentable than the

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legions of unkempt animals she has spent

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her entire life tending to back oh she's

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going to be beautiful I see

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her are you're perfect for the marriage

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Market baby this guy I think this guy's

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a big guy from the show is he a

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scoundrel how what's his personality

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your grace oh he's a prince oh hell yeah

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my condolences for your father very kind

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of you I was hoping he was going to be a

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scoundrel but I don't think he's going

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to be kind of me you hated the man oh he

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hated his father that there is an

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eligible Duke present at tonight's fet

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oh he's a Duke do you call Duke Your

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Grace you may leave that flask you carry

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at home most undignified oh he got a

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little SC to

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him oh is she tree girl oh my God he's

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got his eyes for a tree girl at

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least someone may hear us at least I see

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I don't want him to be a scoundrel I The

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Sideburns are throwing me off too much

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because it's not just sideburns like it

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it sideburns but then it like goes into

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his cheekbone and I oh God look at this

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how you expect me to take either of

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these people seriously when I had to

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look at this look at this still frame

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and tell me you respect either one of

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these people but I am happy he's loyal I

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thought he was going to be a scoundrel

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and I didn't want him to be one like I

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said too much sideburns I like a

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good-looking scoundrel uh a big Sideburn

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scoundrel not fun you have me I will

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always protect

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you I don't know if I believe him he's

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got too much sideburns to believe you

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know me all right so we got a big first

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party tensions are going to be high

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because we have Flawless she's going to

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be courted by many of men lady bridon I

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haven't had the pleasure of seeing you

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at our club lately she didn't have

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anything to do with the unpaid balance

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you left on our betting books winter

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last oh did he just say you're

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poor oh he just said you're poor and

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he's like yeah sorry I'm out oh my God

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he just got Clash aimed see you bro poor

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[Β __Β ] I did not realize how could you

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done it is the very reason I'm here

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sister you know he might not be a bad

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guy he might actually end up being a

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good guy he's looking out for her too

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much he is of jub is every man wearing a

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Sideburn the first man who doesn't have

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a Sideburn I hope she marries cuz Jesus

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Oh My go you're ridiculous with it there

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a reason I've yet to see you on the

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Dance Floor all in good time oh do she

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have really embarrassing dance

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moves I hope I I just thought of the

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best plot it's a period piece about a

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bunch of women who are Desiring to get

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married and find their their right

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partner find love and the queen like

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hand selects her you're she's like

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you're the most beautiful you're going

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to get selected so fast but when she

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gets on the Dance Floor she's all

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like and then all of the heat of her

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reputation just dies down and no one

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wants her no one would let her cuz she

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just

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like I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm lost in I'm

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lost in my own plots here a here we go I

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think I like him he's got the full beard

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if he turns out to be a little bit of a

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scoundrel I'm going to like him even

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more small

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glasses tiny little things are they not

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then the matter is settled

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oh God I'm sorry I'm sorry I don't want

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to be mean ever since I was a school boy

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and you were oh but five oh okay I hope

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someone duels this guy and kills him I'm

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sorry like it it's mostly your face but

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also now you have a [Β __Β ] personality too

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like a moment please oh she's going to

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run away and scoundrel beard is going to

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catch

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up your name sir am I honestly to

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believe you do not already know my name

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if you desde an introduction Madam I do

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believe a costing me to be the least

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civilized Sur they are try anything oh

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he's got an inflated egole I love this

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guy yeah finally a character I can

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relate to BU it Bridget come here old

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friend I heard they almost daed up hey

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we almost we almost crossed time periods

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like hey bro he was like Hey and then

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they remember they're in the 1800s and

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they're like oh fine finally fine

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meeting you sir this a fine evening this

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evening yes I do wonder which gentleman

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will be the very first to call there's

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there's there's like a a pattern or

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something to this game so I think all of

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the suitors now after they've gotten

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together it's like opening night now the

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following day they go to each other's

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houses to mingle I'm a big fan of uh the

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NFL draft it's like this it's a 3-day

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event where they like they list out the

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prospects who's the best who's the

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number one overall pick who's the best

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lineman who's the best corner and then

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each team selects and it's like I I

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can't get enough of it I've been a fan

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of it ever since I was a kid this is

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basically like the NFL draft and I am so

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down I am so into this I think right now

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she's the top prospect uh-oh no one's

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coming to scout her oh no am I the first

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gentleman to arrive whether Her Majesty

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might reconsider the High Praise she

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wants afforded Miss Bridgeton want the

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queen despises more than anything being

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wrong a the top prospects falling it was

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the dance moves she got to the dance

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floor t for her a caller for Miss

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Bridgeton the Lord burbrook oh no I saw

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oh not this guy oh duel someone could

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kill him yes oh my God he's going to say

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and do something creepy and you know

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what's going to happen you know I think

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a little scoundrel is going to walk up

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on through those doors yes yes uh maybe

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too early maybe too early actually now I

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know you and I were destined for each

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other what a masculine bite lady whistle

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down has all but declared me

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ineligible is he Gossip Girl this is

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something I learned from Gossip Girl

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it's the main guy so it must be him lady

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whistledown has written about you again

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your

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grace

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a most peculiar sutor for Miss Daphne

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Bridgeton has

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emerged why why why do him stop coming

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there's no way being single forever is

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is the Clear Choice here if it's him and

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singleness and sadness and loneliness

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and maybe a cat or two c that it's that

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his face is the screen is darkens so

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that I could read the text and I can

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still why is his face so shiny why is

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his face shiny the screen darkened look

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it I'm going to make it brighter and his

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shiny cheeks are going to get shinier oh

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my God he looks like a pillow not just a

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pillow he looks like one of those

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pillows that your parents own but they

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had it for like their entire childhood

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and it's all yellowed now he he's a

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yellowed pillow God you just the two of

10:17

us kill him lady Bridgeton do join us Oh

10:21

see now the Queen's the Queen's pissed

10:23

at her because the queen said you are

10:26

the one and then now the one can't get

10:29

anything but a yellow pillow so now the

10:30

queen looks dumb for selecting her and

10:32

everyone else is like no I would like to

10:34

welcome you both to my box this evening

10:37

if I had a nickel for every time a girl

10:38

said that to

10:41

me I'm sorry all right guys that was the

10:45

bad joke all right that was the one that

10:46

was the one all right don't turn the

10:48

video off now that was the one bad joke

10:50

forgive me he's not what whistled down

10:52

right so St lady whistled down me writes

10:54

what she sees perhaps we need to help

10:56

her to see things a bit more clear

10:59

there's

11:00

no oh my head's about to explode ah I

11:04

thought I was watching Gossip Girl turns

11:06

out I'm watching every mid 2000s romcom

11:08

they're proposing that the two pretend

11:10

to be a couple just for the convenience

11:13

sake to get the this whistle down off

11:14

their backs oh my God I love this

11:18

actually it's like all it's like all

11:19

these tropes but just just like thrown

11:22

in a period piece that's awesome hell

11:24

yeah I'm All Aboard

11:25

[Music]

11:27

this

11:32

I'm sorry what so we cut the farm girl

11:36

she's not even waking up we're cutting

11:37

to her just like already

11:39

scrambling and then she scrambles sheets

11:42

oh no bro

11:45

and cut away either give us more context

11:48

or blend that in more seamlessly so it's

11:51

like a longer moment it's not just

11:53

like and then cut away I don't know that

11:56

she's even spoken in this episode yet

11:58

like you don't know anything about her

12:00

besides the fact that she's being

12:01

courted and she's from a farm who knows

12:02

if whiston is even a she fair point

12:04

because she's simply too PS oh what was

12:06

that look that he just gave the theory

12:08

strengthens I assure you I'm anything

12:10

but interested in you good and I

12:12

anything but interested in

12:14

you okay guys you must stay for

12:18

dessert oh he's not happy about it I

12:22

okay so we saw his cheeks at the very

12:23

beginning of the episode he was late for

12:25

a meeting and was banging a girl against

12:27

a tree gross right but he seemed like oh

12:29

he's going to be a good guy because he

12:31

was a protective older brother but now

12:32

his over protectiveness has actually

12:35

hurt the draft stock of the number one

12:37

overall Prospect so now he's a bad guy

12:39

again which is good I want to rot

12:40

against him your father do don't bring

12:42

father into this there's there's a big

12:45

secret about the Father the father is an

12:47

a-hole I picked that up I picked that up

12:49

early too

12:51

hey I hope I'm right I just realized how

12:54

certainly I was speaking that I'm right

12:56

and I'm like I'm going to look so stupid

12:58

but I'm going to you you know what

12:59

sometimes you got to run with your

12:59

predictions you like to speak of

13:01

responsibility of Duty pray tell what

13:03

should you know of it if your father was

13:05

still here daany would already have been

13:07

mag are you the man of this

13:10

house damn no retort at all you had no

13:14

retort to any of that he got put in his

13:17

place several times over and he can't

13:19

even commit to his singer girlfriend I

13:21

cannot see you anymore and also that

13:22

chest hair is pretty gross sorry too far

13:25

allow me the hairs I I I'll I'll talk

13:27

about the hairs I will not talk

13:29

negatively about people's appearances

13:31

except yellow pillow guy but allow me

13:33

the hairs and Jesus Christ shave that

13:35

why does he not understand I don't know

13:36

what he just said I was talking about

13:37

his hair and I I kind of Ted him out I

13:40

cannot see you

13:41

anymore oh God I think they just bang to

13:44

is it good to like to do that before and

13:47

then you know then you're not clouded

13:49

like your judgment you don't have to

13:50

you're not like you know one over

13:52

quickly buy a couple kisses on the neck

13:53

you know do you not understand it is not

13:56

for you to understand you're just a

13:57

woman you said you would always pretect

13:59

me oh well he's a [Β __Β ] liar surprise

14:02

have you seen his chest hair why would

14:03

you trust a man like this Colin I did

14:06

not know you would be here s disappoint

14:09

all right so these two these two got a

14:10

little uh something going on you know

14:12

but I think he's in the lead for farm

14:13

grow resemblance is remarkable you look

14:16

just like him your father he go punch

14:19

you in the face he hates that Lord

14:21

book's paren is over 200 years old his

14:23

lineage is legitimate to speak strictly

14:25

there's nothing wrong with him who who

14:27

are you talking about you to marry him

14:28

Nigel I have to find your husband sister

14:31

Nigel's yellow pillow I will not I

14:33

didn't bother remembering his name