We've already figured that out from previous episodes, Vivien. Why dedicate a new, longest episode to this?
Okay, Moxxie is a pathetic spineless sissy, completely helpless without his wife.
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Until Millie finds a new man, the arc ain't finished.
Striker's ass isn't peggable
Yeah, Millie deserves a real man
Shitting on Moxxie for being weak is supposed to be funny and make Blitzo look cool. It's neither.
I fucking hate Brandon, so fucking much.
It's all his fault we're getting all this blitzo cockriding
Well according to Viv he's the main character.
There were people who thought he wasnt?
I haven't watched this show in a while. Did they break these two up for some dumb reason?
No, last episode had her saving the day for him. Again.
I want a cute girl that loves me despite the fact that I'm a massive failure
That's a relief, that plot idea seems so obvious I hope they never do it.
No, and it's never going to happen. They've had multiple chances to do that type of drama and they haven't.
No they just had this flashback showing Moxxie looking his happiest getting his back blown out by a shark.
To make it more satisfying when he finally pulls off a massive W?
>Millie slapping his ass and saying “THIS ass is mine!” after she literally slaughtered a bunch of killers.
>Not a huge win.
Confronting your murderous father after decades of running away from him takes away the "pathetic spineless sissy part". But I do wish they would let him go apeshit like his wife for once.
Isn't he supposed to be the straightman (hah hah) of the show, or was that dropped after the pilot?
He still is
So, he’s just always been a sub bottom I guess?
Those shark-dudes designs also sucks hard.
Always strange to see how feminists think no women wants a weak man, unless they are super butch, but millie is not.
>Moxxie: Well, Sir, I made it, despite your directions.
>Blitz: Ah, Moxxie, welcome. I hope you're prepared for an unforgettable fuc- lunch!
>[Blitz runs to the kitchen, only to find his roast is burnt and swears in frustration]
>Blitz: God fucking dammit! My roast is ruined! But what if I were to purchase fast food and disguise it as my own cooking? [chuckles] You're a fucking genius, Blitz.
>[He begins to climb through the window, but Moxxie enters the kitchen.]
>Blitz: Oh Moxxie! I was just...uh---just masturbating in front of the window. Vigorous exercise! Care to join me? [Lewd grin]
>Moxxie: [Audible Visible Disgust] Why is there smoke coming out of your oven, Sir?
>Blitz: Uh... ooh! That isn't smoke, it's steam! Steam from the steamed clams we're having. Mmmm, steamed clams!
>[Once Moxxie leaves the kitchen, Blitz breathes a sigh of relief, climbs out the window, and runs across the street to Wackford Burger, where he buys hamburgers and french fries to replace his burnt roast. He enters the living room with the fast food on a tray.]
>Blitz: Well Mox, I hope you're ready for some mouthwatering hamburgers.
>Moxxie: I thought we were having steamed clams.
>Blitz: Well you mishead, I said 'steamed hams'. That's what I call hamburgers.
>Moxxie: You call hamburgers 'steamed hams'?
>Blitz: It's a regional dialect!
>Moxxie: Uh-huh. Eh, what region?
>Blitz: Uh... Greed Ring.
>Moxxie: Really? Well I'm from the Greed Ring and I've never heard anyone use the phrase 'steamed hams'.
>Blitz: Oh, not in your part, no. It's more of a Lower Greed Ring expression.
>Moxxie: I see.
>[Moxxie takes a bite out of a burger and chews it a little, while Blitz sips his drink.]
>Moxxie: You know, these hamburgers are quite similar to the ones they have at Wackford Burger.
Blitz: Hohoho, no! Patented Blitz Burgers. Old family recipe!
>Moxxie: For steamed hams?
>Moxxie: Yes, and you call them steamed hams, despite the fact they are obviously grilled.
>Bitz: Y- Uh.. you know, the... One thing I should... excuse me for one second.
>Moxxie: Of course.
>[Blitz enters and leaves the kitchen swiftly upon seeing it is now on fire]
>Blitz: [yawns] Well, that was wonderful. A good time was had by all. Now get the fuck out.
>Moxxie: Yes, I should be--sweet crumbs, what is happening in there?!
>Blitz: The yearly purge of Pride ring??
>Moxxie: Th- The yearly purge of Pride Ring?! At this time of year, at this time of day, in this part of the Hell, localized entirely within your kitchen?!
>Moxxie: ...May I see it?
>[They exit the house as the kitchen fire grows larger.]
Loona: Blitz! The apartment is on fire!
Blitz: No, sweetie, it's just the Purge of Sinners.
>Moxxie: Well, Sir, you are an odd boss, but I must say... you steam a Helluva ham.
>[As Moxxie begins heading home, Loona screams for help, causing Moxxie to look back towards the house. Blitz gives him a thumbs up and a fake smile, causing him to keep walking away. Once Moxxie is out of sight, Blitz rushes back into the apartment to deal with the fire.]
Perhaps to explain why, at some hypothetical point, the cast's most empathetic and moral character can turn around and become the most clinically ruthless gunman when the situation demands it. It's clear that all of Moxxie's positive personality traits were contributions from his mother. While delivering his threat, Moxxie started to mirror his dad. It's a useful dichotomy to keep in the back pocket.