Played By: Kat Dennings
Her performance is sharp, quick, and and confident, but it's a shame that Kat Dennings has to speak the dialogue written for her. From the pilot episode, when the writers got the NYC trains mixed-up and referenced Coldplay as a cool band, the show felt out of touch and clunky. Whenever we catch previews of the show and "twitter," "hipsters", or any other remotely relevant word is uttered, the results are cringe-worthy.
We're not sure who hired the writers over at Two Broke Girls, but there are a number of actually broke Brooklynites who would be happy to lend the slightest bit of authenticity to some of the worst dialogue on television.