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Donald Tucker is pitifully excited to interview for a job at the Beverly Beat, in case you wanted to get a sense of how bad the job market is for journalists at this point in history.
Donald Tucker has an unfortunate nervous tic that might cause him to tank future interviews he actually gets to take.
Steve tries to introduce himself to the famous Ted, but Ted is too busy getting lost in Jill's eyes.
Every fashion designer aspires to have her work sold in Barneys, not to get styled like Barney.
Simpering in motion.
The simpering money shot.
Nice layered shirts, Steve Bannon.
Excuse me, ma'am, your cleavern is upsetting my niece.
Surprise! It's a birthday party with your worst enemy, and she didn't bring a gift!
Like, maybe Val would try harder to hide her disappointment about ALL of this if David had been more judicious with the invitations?
Upstage the guest of honour much?
Yeah, girl, us too.
Wow, David really broke the bank getting Val's birthday gift at Shmandora.
TFW you've been left at the altar by the guy you've known for a whole week.
And the realization that your true love may have never been true at all is giving you the cube poos.
Jerry Seinfeld's two-face girlfriend from the Festivus episode is excited to welcome Brandon into the Los Angeles Chronicle scab community.
Veteran character actor Michael Cavanaugh is here to make Brandon feel like shit, but would prefer not to list this performance on his CV or be named in the episode credits.
When you have enough shame not to scab, but not enough to stop you defensively braying about it.
Brandon should be used to seeing protests wherever he goes.
God bless and keep the offscreen hero who attacked Brandon with produce.
Ladies and gentlemen: Brandon's ugliest "vintage" tie yet.