Do you have your own dream? What will you do to realize your dream? I think what we do for our dreams is just for struggling just like those two girls in 2 broke girls season 1 dvd.
Sassy, streetwise Max works two jobs just to get by, one of which is waiting tables during the night shift at the retro-hip Williamsburg Diner. Sophisticated Caroline is an uptown trust fund princess who's having a run of bad luck that forces her to reluctantly give waitressing a shot. At first, Max sees Caroline as yet another in a long line of inept servers she must cover for, but she's surprised to find that Caroline has as much substance as she does style. When Caroline discovers Max's knack for baking amazing cupcakes, she sees a lucrative future for them, but they first need to raise the start-up money.
Set in New York City, 2 Broke Girls Season 1 displays 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. There were a few high points in the season 1, such as how amazing Kat Denning looked in her dress. You will not disappointed with the show.
2 BROKE GIRLS stars Kat Demmings as Max Black, a waitress in a small restaurant in Brooklyn. She's street smart, a little hardened and cynical, and has a bit of a gutter mouth, but underneath that rough exterior, there's a warm caring person. Beth Behrs is Caroline Channing, a slim blonde beauty who bears more than a passing resemblance to Paris Hilton. Caroline's father Martin was convicted and sent to prison for his involvement in a financial scandal (think Bernie Madoff). In the process, the Channing family's financial assets were frozen, leaving Caroline locked out of her luxury apartment, and denied access to her trust fund.
Is 2 Broke Girls doomed? I’m not sure. It has however, after six episodes, settled into a lazy, offensive pattern that sadly may be what the writers intend; a very typical sitcom that trades in offensive stereotypes and supremely low-brow sex jokes.