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Chip tiene una primera cita poco convencional con London y conoce a su gurú espiritual, Karel. Denn... Más Chip tiene una primera cita poco convencional con London y conoce a su gurú espiritual, Karel. Dennis descubre un vínculo entre Rosa y George.
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June 2017

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June 2017

😂

😂
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May 2017

Love you man 😎🔝

Love you man 😎🔝
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June 2017

His face was like

"are you serious,after everything?"

His face was like

"are you serious,after everything?"
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June 2017

Dennis is slowly becoming my favorite character

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June 2017

nao consigo levar o chip a serio porque lembro do bojack??? (ate a personalidade autodestrutiva)

No puedo llevar el chip a serio porque recuerdo el bojack ??? (Hasta la personalidad autodestructiva)

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June 2017

I don't understand why Dennis thinks Chip needs to be sober when Chip told him he didn't kill the kid and he didn't have a drinking problem ?!

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June 2017

I love this tv show

I love this tv show
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June 2017

Nossa, esse Chip não vale nada mesmo. Quando pensei que ele estava sendo honesto uma vez na vida... Caga com a London.

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June 2017

They got valet at an AA meeting ?! Fucking Santa Monica 😂

Tienen servicio de aparcacoches en una reunión de AA! Puta Santa Mónica

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June 2017

- Je ne suis pas ce que l'on croit
- je ne parle pas anglais
- je ne suis pas...
[...]
- fucking euros 😂😂

- Yo no soy lo que usted piensa
- yo no hablo inglés
- no soy...
[...]
- puto de euros 😂😂

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June 2017

Chip, maior oportunista da história da humanidade

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June 2017

This was a great first date tho. So I don't get why she'd so be upset after. He slept on the beach because of her, is it that weird that he didn't go home with her after the date?

This was a great first date tho. So I don't get why she'd so be upset after. He slept on the beach because of her, is it that weird that he didn't go home with her after the date?
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June 2017

Love this season, and this one episode=one day seems working so far!

Me encanta esta temporada, y este episodio = un día parece funcionar hasta ahora!

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July 2017

Waking up on the beach is one thing... I'd love to say 'we've all been there' and mean it, but I realize that not everyone is both naturally self-destructive and lives close to large bodies of water... Anyway, It's another thing to wake up on the beach in a town that you once reigned King in. Adding insult to injury the French woman runs by and throws a few Euros in Chip's empty coffee cup he totes around with him everywhere he goes for the entire duration of the episode. It's unexplainable why I like these little moments so much. 'Flaked' is the definition of nuance... And it's funny to me, seeing so many scrambling to create easy definitions or logic for certain characters' behaviors. I think that sometimes life is thrown at us and we just just instinctively react... Sometimes it's our inner selves going into a sort of protection mode without even realizing it, and other times it's as simple as picking the wrong path at a fork in a road. Some of us, like Chip (Will Arnett), like Dennis, like London, or any of 'Flaked's disturbingly porcelain characters are destined for self-destruction. There's no way around it. It's second nature, like breathing, or holding your breath underwater... You just do it, and when it comes to addicts there is often little to no real reason why.

Chip just blows back into Venice Beach and it takes Dennis (David Sullivan) less than 24 hours to let him back in to his life. Offering up a role reversal in power with letting Dennis this that Chip truly wanted him to be his sponsor was all it took. This speaks volumes on not just the dynamics of Dennis & Chip's relationship, but also how truly lonely and desperate for validation that Dennis can be. We've gotten a good visual and tight grasp as to why Dennis is the way he is... His mother, played by Kirstie Allie last season was an absolute spectacle (one I hope we get a chance to revisit this year), and Dennis couldn't stand that. The drama, the attention seeking, it drove him crazy... And it's easy to connect those dots to Dennis needing such a great deal of validation in his life from his peers and the people that he knows. The beginning sequence as Dennis is sharing at the AA meeting is so familiar to me. Now that Chip is out of the picture, or was out of the picture, Dennis has attempted to fill that role that Chip left behind in his absence. Obviously, he's not necessarily filling that void, but the mere thought that he 'could be' is enough for him.

In this group of misfits, Dennis and Chip are not the only miscreants or oddballs... Everyone is basically in that 'group', per se. They all do bizarre things because circumstances in life compels them to do so. London (Ruth Kearney) is a great example of this. She's pushed Chip away as he's slowly lost his 'glow' or special interest that he held in her eyes throughout S1. She's not only left him without a place to stay, and knowing *for sure* that he actually has somewhere to rest his head at night (those with significant others, think about that one for a moment... Id have a fucking iPhone tracker with updates sent to my phone every few minutes! 🤣), but she's also searching for someone or something to spark some kind of rejuvenation or just anything to make her feel complete again. She's seeing this phony, stereotypical, West LA, wannabe shaman type, Karel (played to the MAX by Animal Kingdom's Shawn Hatosy). Just like in Animal Kingdom, he gives me the creeps... For different reasons obviously, but this is a man who is the definition of transparent... He doesn't even get translucent. Everyone in his class stares at him so intently. He is the sun and they aren't even planets... They're not even moons of planets... They are like fading stars, lost souls, looking for anything to believe in, and he gives them that in the most superficial way possible and there they sit just eating every bit of it up. It's so outrageous that I can hold so much disdain for so many characters in one show, yet still be completely mesmerized by them all, unable to look away. 'Flaked' is the trainwreck that keeps on giving, keeps on piling on the bullshit, daring the audience to look away... But we can't.

At least Cooler (George Basil) is somewhat likable. He remains that lovable idiot that's shown absolutely no growth whatsoever. Normally I'd clock a show for that, but that's Cooler, that's him! Cooler is the type of guy who opposes legalization because it puts dealers out of jobs. Cooler is both hilarious and tragic, stuck in a never ending cycle of repetition and failure. Everyone knows a Cooler... It doesn't matter where your from... Cooler is the guy you've known forever who is perpetually positive and may or may not be stuck in a dead end job. They have no plan whatsoever, besides some pipe dream that's completely unobtainable... And if they do have a job, they most likely settle for mediocrity. It doesn't phase them. Cooler's are easy to love, but fuck are they frustrating!

Before we move on, I just have to get a good Air BnB punch landed somewhere. I live in Miami Beach, as most of you know, and everyone who lives on this island in Miami-Dade County is most likely either in a position where they Air BnB parts of their home or they live in a hotel/condo/hole in the wall above a bar or club that rents out rooms via Air BnB. We get Europeans, South Americans, Americans, a multitude of people... Just like they would in Venice Beach. I see a lot of people from Germany quick to dismiss this type of portrayal of travelers from their country and while everyone can rest assured that we Americans know that not everyone is like the triage portrayed in Flaked 2x02, I can also assure everyone that these types do come through... And they aren't always German, but I had to laugh because this is very atypical for a town that depends on tourism for their economy. Not only are there people like this for real, there is *NO LIE* a couple from Germany right down the hall from us right now who even looks like these guys. What's funny is that in another streaming show (on Amazon instead of Netflix), Red Oaks, a French couple is portrayed in a similar light. Again, we aren't daft to think that everyone from a single country is like this, but there is a reason you see these stereotypes show up in a show based in irony and realism like 'Flaked'. It's funny because it fucking true... Think of 'Flaked' as representing the piece of ourselves and our culture that we're most embarrassed of. Because just like not everyone in the states is like the cast of 'Flaked', I watch because not only do I see people I know in the faces of this cast... I feel like I know this cast.

'Flaked' has become such a special gem to me. I work hard to position this series in a cornerstone perspective because I feel it's so under appreciated... By critics, by the media, by average viewers. There's something so real, so honest, and so ultimately humiliating about Flaked. It's like... walking around your hometown completely naked while you continue to hit different levels of rock bottom... Each level represents another low you thought could never be possible, but here we fucking are... Right? Can I just bask in 'Flaked's awkwardness and humility for a moment. I mean... Seriously... Dennis' New love interest that he's gabbed on and on about at meetings and to anyone who would listen is Rosa (Lenora Crichlow) who is actually George's (Robert Wisdom) daughter and Chip is walking right into yet the another disaster, lying to London and sleeping over at his new 'female sponsor's house. Can it get anymore beach side, sun soaked, shameless than this? Let me answer that... Yes!!! This is just 'Day 2' of 6! So goes 'Flaked'!!!

Waking up on the beach is one thing... I'd love to say 'we've all been there' and mean it, but I realize that not everyone is both naturally self-destructive and lives close to large bodies of water... Anyway, It's another thing to wake up on the beach in a town that you once reigned King in. Adding insult to injury the French woman runs by and throws a few Euros in Chip's empty coffee cup he totes around with him everywhere he goes for the entire duration of the episode. It's unexplainable why I like these little moments so much. 'Flaked' is the definition of nuance... And it's funny to me, seeing so many scrambling to create easy definitions or logic for certain characters' behaviors. I think that sometimes life is thrown at us and we just just instinctively react... Sometimes it's our inner selves going into a sort of protection mode without even realizing it, and other times it's as simple as picking the wrong path at a fork in a road. Some of us, like Chip (Will Arnett), like Dennis, like London, or any of 'Flaked's disturbingly porcelain characters are destined for self-destruction. There's no way around it. It's second nature, like breathing, or holding your breath underwater... You just do it, and when it comes to addicts there is often little to no real reason why.  

Chip just blows back into Venice Beach and it takes Dennis (David Sullivan) less than 24 hours to let him back in to his life. Offering up a role reversal in power with letting Dennis this that Chip truly wanted him to be his sponsor was all it took. This speaks volumes on not just the dynamics of Dennis & Chip's relationship, but also how truly lonely and desperate for validation that Dennis can be. We've gotten a good visual and tight grasp as to why Dennis is the way he is... His mother, played by Kirstie Allie last season was an absolute spectacle (one I hope we get a chance to revisit this year), and Dennis couldn't stand that. The drama, the attention seeking, it drove him crazy... And it's easy to connect those dots to Dennis needing such a great deal of validation in his life from his peers and the people that he knows. The beginning sequence as Dennis is sharing at the AA meeting is so familiar to me. Now that Chip is out of the picture, or was out of the picture, Dennis has attempted to fill that role that Chip left behind in his absence. Obviously, he's not necessarily filling that void, but the mere thought that he 'could be' is enough for him. 

In this group of misfits, Dennis and Chip are not the only miscreants or oddballs... Everyone is basically in that 'group', per se. They all do bizarre things because circumstances in life compels them to do so. London (Ruth Kearney) is a great example of this. She's pushed Chip away as he's slowly lost his 'glow' or special interest that he held in her eyes throughout S1. She's not only left him without a place to stay, and knowing *for sure* that he actually has somewhere to rest his head at night (those with significant others, think about that one for a moment... Id have a fucking iPhone tracker with updates sent to my phone every few minutes! 🤣), but she's also searching for someone or something to spark some kind of rejuvenation or just anything to make her feel complete again. She's seeing this phony, stereotypical, West LA, wannabe shaman type, Karel (played to the MAX by Animal Kingdom's Shawn Hatosy). Just like in Animal Kingdom, he gives me the creeps... For different reasons obviously, but this is a man who is the definition of transparent... He doesn't even get translucent. Everyone in his class stares at him so intently. He is the sun and they aren't even planets... They're not even moons of planets... They are like fading stars, lost souls, looking for anything to believe in, and he gives them that in the most superficial way possible and there they sit just eating every bit of it up. It's so outrageous that I can hold so much disdain for so many characters in one show, yet still be completely mesmerized by them all, unable to look away. 'Flaked' is the trainwreck that keeps on giving, keeps on piling on the bullshit, daring the audience to look away... But we can't. 

At least Cooler (George Basil) is somewhat likable. He remains that lovable idiot that's shown absolutely no growth whatsoever. Normally I'd clock a show for that, but that's Cooler, that's him! Cooler is the type of guy who opposes legalization because it puts dealers out of jobs. Cooler is both hilarious and tragic, stuck in a never ending cycle of repetition and failure. Everyone knows a Cooler... It doesn't matter where your from... Cooler is the guy you've known forever who is perpetually positive and may or may not be stuck in a dead end job. They have no plan whatsoever, besides some pipe dream that's completely unobtainable... And if they do have a job, they  most likely settle for mediocrity. It doesn't phase them. Cooler's are easy to love, but fuck are they frustrating! 

Before we move on, I just have to get a good Air BnB punch landed somewhere. I live in Miami Beach, as most of you know, and everyone who lives on this island in Miami-Dade County is most likely either in a position where they Air BnB parts of their home or they live in a hotel/condo/hole in the wall above a bar or club that rents out rooms via Air BnB. We get Europeans, South Americans, Americans, a multitude of people... Just like they would in Venice Beach. I see a lot of people from Germany quick to dismiss this type of portrayal of travelers from their country and while everyone can rest assured that we Americans know that not everyone is like the triage portrayed in Flaked 2x02, I can also assure everyone that these types do come through... And they aren't always German, but I had to laugh because this is very atypical for a town that depends on tourism for their economy. Not only are there people like this for real, there is *NO LIE* a couple from Germany right down the hall from us right now who even looks like these guys. What's funny is that in another streaming show (on Amazon instead of Netflix), Red Oaks, a French couple is portrayed in a similar light. Again, we aren't daft to think that everyone from a single country is like this, but there is a reason you see these stereotypes show up in a show based in irony and realism like 'Flaked'. It's funny because it fucking true... Think of 'Flaked' as representing the piece of ourselves and our culture that we're most embarrassed of. Because just like not everyone in the states is like the cast of 'Flaked', I watch because not only do I see people I know in the faces of this cast... I feel like I know this cast. 

'Flaked' has become such a special gem to me. I work hard to position this series in a cornerstone perspective because I feel it's so under appreciated... By critics, by the media, by average viewers. There's something so real, so honest, and so ultimately humiliating about Flaked. It's like... walking around your hometown completely naked while you continue to hit different levels of rock bottom... Each level represents another low you thought could never be possible, but here we fucking are... Right? Can I just bask in 'Flaked's awkwardness and humility for a moment. I mean... Seriously... Dennis' New love interest that he's gabbed on and on about at meetings and to anyone who would listen is Rosa (Lenora Crichlow) who is actually George's (Robert Wisdom) daughter and Chip is walking right into yet the another disaster, lying to London and sleeping over at his new 'female sponsor's house. Can it get anymore beach side, sun soaked, shameless than this? Let me answer that... Yes!!! This is just 'Day 2' of 6! So goes 'Flaked'!!!
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June 2017

Dennis só entra em fria, porra és a filha do George.
Chip enrolou o Dennis, agora novo padrinho e um lugar para dormir.

A perseguição foi ótima rsrs

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