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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Mystery Girls: Sister Issues

Posted By on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 10:05 AM

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Someone has been stealing hot dogs at the mall and it’s up to Charlie (Jennie Garth) to solve the case. “Too many buns, not enough weiners,” she quips. And if that wasn’t hilarious enough, the stereotypical gay assistant says, “Story of my life!”

But let’s analyse this… What does it mean? Does that mean that he sees butts everywhere but he doesn’t have enough penises to have sex with them? I think that’s it. Hilarious.

The real plot of show veered elsewhere in a surprising twist. (Yes, that is sarcasm.) Holly’s sister is in town and she’s a bitch and Holly wants to impress her with her detective skills so that she can finally get the approval from her she’s been craving. Nick the assistant invents this entire fake case that sends the girls to a biker bar full of his friends dressed like Satan’s Helpers.

The gist is that a phony fight will be started and the girls will foil it etc, all in front of Holly’s sister so that she can look like a hot shot. Everyone is dressed like Judas Priest groupies (hell bent for leather, natch) and the heroes pick a fight with the biggest biker in the place. But get this: He’s not in on the joke! He’s a real biker! Ruh-roh! He kidnaps them and then some stuff happens that I couldn’t quite follow, because who the fuck cares.

At least Tori’s acting seems to have improved, but the real tragedy is Jennie Garth, who is actually talented and should be snapped up for something much better. Fingers crossed girl!



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