This episode deals with the idea of big corporations buying out small business. We see this all the time in our lives with the spawning of countless Walmarts and their destruction of small businesses surrounding them and ones that they simply bought out. First scene shows the crew in a corporate office acting as if their bar is extremely precious to them and nothing can take it away or buy their hearts. After arguing with the boss about how big business swallow the small guys, an offer is put on the table.
I overheard one of my students call one of his classmates a "twink." What does that mean?
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Frank: We take you to a titty bar and you say no to us. We bring you to this place with all these juicy dongs and you shut us down. What team are you playing for? Dee: Hold on a second, Frank. I think I know what's going on here.
Well, I have to say that this was the best episode of this show that I have seen. Besides how humorous each situation was, the main theme of this episode was extremely relevant to our class because it was focused on the media. He then replies by saying that no one gets their news from the newspaper anymore. This is a perfect example of separate estates and the trust that the public gives to certain sectors of it. I believe that most people, including myself, discover their news through the internet.