In the third season finale, when Caroline discovers that Max didn't graduate high school by failing to show up for only one exam, she decides to help her best friend get her degree - and hopefully reconnect with her estranged mother.
When Caroline and Max join Sophie at the racetrack as guests of Sophie's new bookie boyfriend, Nicky (guest star PETER ONORATI – Rizzoli & Isles), Caroline's reignited love for horse racing gets out of hand.
When Max and Caroline find out the lease is up on their apartment, they're forced to find the original tenant and have him re-sign, claiming he still lives there, or risk being evicted. HAL LINDEN (Barney Miller) guest stars as Lester, the original tenant.
Max and Caroline agree to make a wedding cake for a bride who can't decide on what style of cake she wants - or much of anything else. Guest stars include LINDSAY LOHAN (Mean Girls, Liz and Dick) as Claire, the indecisive bride, and BEN LAWSON (Neighbours) as Tim, her fiancé.
When Deke (recurring guest star ERIC ANDRÉ) invites Max and Caroline to join him and his parents for dinner at their home, Max is tongue-tied - until his mother confides in her about her secret past. Guest stars Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development, The Goldbergs) and Sheryl Lee Ralph (Moesha, Instant Mom, It's a Living) guest star as Deke's parents.
Caroline tries to fit in with Max and the diner gang as they go out to get wild and crazy at the St. Patrick's Day parade, but she finds herself longing to practice her former holiday traditions at the Plaza Hotel. Guest star BRIAN DOYLE-MURRAY (The Middle, Sullivan & Son) appears as Blarney Bill.
Caroline goes into a tailspin and brings Max into the mix when Nicolas tells her he's going to leave his wife for her. (TV-14 D, L)
Caroline asks Max and Deke to join her on her dinner date at Nicolas's loft to help make sure she doesn't do anything she might regret. Also, Max and Caroline treat themselves to very special hair appointments. (TV-14 D, L)
Max decides to break up with Deke now that she knows about his wealthy background. (TV-14 D, L)
When Deke invites Max's friends over for a gathering at his dumpster, Caroline learns an enormous secret about his background. (TV-14 D, L)
When Deke (recurring guest star ERIC ANDRÉ) takes Max to his place after a great first date, his "home" is nothing like she expected. Meanwhile, Caroline feels empowered — then scared for her life — after having a suspicious car towed from in front of their apartment building.
Max is surprised to find she wants to be more than just friends with her pastry school partner, Deke (recurring guest star ERIC ANDRÉ). Meanwhile, Caroline is "hot for teacher" - the married Chef Nicholas (recurring guest star Gilles Marini).
After Caroline has an incredible make-out session with Max's pastry school teacher, Chef Nicholas (recurring guest star GILLES MARINI), Caroline finds out something that makes her wish it never happened.
Caroline attends her former nanny’s funeral, thinking the family will be honored to have her; she quickly learns, however, that they have no idea who she is.
Max attempts to make a good impression on her first day of pastry school, but finds the class clown, Deke (recurring guest star ERIC ANDRÉ – The Internship, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23), to be extremely distracting — and intriguing. Meanwhile, Caroline dresses to impress Max's handsome teacher, Nicolas (recurring guest star GILLES MARINI). Recurring guest star MARY LYNN RAJSKUB also appears as Bebe.
Max decides to apply to the Manhattan School of Pastry and bakes a tart for her entrance exam. GILLES MARINI (Sex and the City, Switched at Birth, Brothers & Sisters) guest stars as Nicolas, the handsome French "master baker" who owns and teaches at the school. MARY LYNN RAJSKUB (24) guest stars as Bebe, a neurotic pastry chef who works at the front desk.
The second season begins with the girls visiting Caroline's father in prison. He encourages them to attend the Channing family's estate auction and to buy a particular keepsake.
Set in New York City, the series chronicles the lives of two waitresses in their twenties—Max (Kat Dennings), who comes from a poor working-class family, and Caroline (Beth Behrs), who was born rich but is now down on her luck—working together at a Brooklyn restaurant. The two become fast friends and build their dream of one day opening a cupcake shop (for which they need to raise $250,000), although they can barely afford anything with the pay they receive at work, and must continually find ways to make ends meet. Among those working with them at the restaurant are their boss, Han Lee Oleg, a cook and Earl, the cashier.
As the #1 new comedy of its debut season continues, sarcastic Max (Kat Dennings) and sophisticated Caroline (Beth Behrs) - who met waitressing at the same Brooklyn diner - move closer to their goal of running a cupcake business ... and closer as friends. Jennifer Coolidge (American Pie films) joins the starring cast this season and Ryan Hansen (Party Down) guest stars as Caroline's love interest.
One of television's top comedies continues for a third sensational season as sarcastic Max (Kat Dennings) and sophisticated Caroline (Beth Behrs) - new best friends who met waitressing at the same Brooklyn diner - try to get their cupcake business further off the ground. At the end of season two, the girls discovered a hidden room in the diner - perfect to operate Max's Homemade Cupcakes out of.
In this fun, outrageous comedy series from Emmy winner Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City) and comedian Whitney Cummings, two girls from very different backgrounds - Max, poor from birth, and Caroline, born wealthy but down on her luck - wind up as waitresses in the same colorful Brooklyn diner and strike up an unlikely friendship that could lead to a successful business venture.
2 Broke Girls - Sneak Peek: And the Soft Opening
Watch an interview with the main cast members (Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs) of the new series 2 Broke Girls.
Just like Max and Caroline from 2 BROKE GIRLS, 20 something's across the country have found themselves in a tough economy, broke but
armed with a dream. Meet Brooklyn's real-life 'Broke Girl.'
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