Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Episode # 408 -March 31st, 2015

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18 comments:

Barak Torvan said...
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ShaunNJ said...

I think Jake should stick to his one night stands. Chances are he'll hit it off with one of them. I've certainly met my share of guys like this - and such behavior isn't even attributable solely to younger generations. Maybe people similar to "the date" will see themselves here.

hkevyn29 said...

Aww, I felt that. It hurt.

Neil said...

A match NOT made in heaven? I really can't blame him for leaving this one.

MelliePh said...

Great strip this week. Echoing hkevyn29, it did hurt. I've met too many people like the date, and I just wish that they would go away.

Mark Ehlers said...

This hit a little too close to home. And I agree...it hurt.

Ardenwolfe said...

Yikes at some of the comments. Must be hell of thing. Never went out with anyone that rude on a first date. Yeesh. My sympathies.

Some people are just douchebags.

Anonymous said...

RICHARD! LOL.

JLeeJr said...

Seems like Richard hooked Jake up with a "Scene Queen."

Anonymous said...

Karma's a bitch

Ashley Connor-guscott said...

Wow Richard is terrible at putting people together!

Mark said...

The takeaway from this storyline is that all Richard's friends are insufferable jerks.

Starr said...

Or could it be that Richard is showing Jake what "a real guy" (episode #402), or "masculine men" (episode #403) can be like. This is part of the arc of getting Jake to be "more open minded about what constitutes a man" (episode #405).

Troy Haliwell said...

Scary thing, is I can see Richard doing the same if he wasn't trying to prove a point.

It is funny, too many times my husband was tagged with "bear" just because he has a beard, is blessed with body hair, and wears traditional Pacific Northwest attire (boots, jeans and flannel).

I have been tagged with being a "bottom" because my rear end is nice and formed thanks to my love of running and biking. But in reality, I am more of a top.

This is why you never judge the exterior of a person, instead you focus on the interior.

Anonymous said...

I can understand Jake wanting to leave. I recently went out on a date with a guy like this. While on the date he was on Grindr, telling me that our "horoscopes" weren't compatible, checking out every guy and then complaining about everything like a stupid little queen! I was so offended that I didn't even bother inquiring about another date. My only regret is that I didn't dump him sooner. And no, I'm not fat or out of shape at all! I hate little bottom queens like this!

Anonymous said...

This particular episode didn't make much sense to me. I thought Richard proved his point by the date with the grouchy hunter that looks aren't everything. It seems inconsistent with the story line for Richard to make his point twice. I would think the current date would be someone more simpatico with Jake. Just a thought.

ethan2chris said...

I think everyone is crediting Richard with some sort of motivation here when in fact he's just being Richard: making trouble rather than being helpful. That's the way he is--and, as he's petty and irritating himself, he would naturally know petty and irritating people. I've never understood why he's a member of Kyle's social loop. Didn't Richard get thrown out of the B & B at one point? He enlivens the storytelling, but I think in real life the Kyle group would simply drop him.

Incidentally, is something going to happen between Price and Brad?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, this episode is a little confusing -- unless Richard was trying to make a further point -- setting Jake up with a guy who was judging *him* just as superficially as Jake was judging other guys?

But still, I really thought Richard hammered the point home well enough with the last date, so this seems like overkill.