On the Friendship Express train, Pinkie Pie is thrilled to learn that Maud is considering moving to Ponyville now that she has graduated, already planning out the fun they will have together. Specifically, Maud is trying to decide between Ponyville and Ghastly Gorge, saying that it has to be a "rock-based decision". Thus, Pinkie is determined to show Maud that Ponyville has better rocks to study than Ghastly Gorge does.
Next, Pinkie takes Maud to the impressive Castle of Friendship. However, Maud is still unimpressed, saying that a lot of structures are built from rocks. Pinkie starts to get desperate for Maud to choose Ponyville over Ghastly Gorge until Maud admits that her decision is not entirely "rock-based". Having always studied rocks by herself, Maud also wants a friend to talk to besides her sister and pet Boulder.
As Maud helps with Starlight's errands, the two find a little common ground about liking kites. However, Pinkie Pie serves as a constant, intrusive presence, trying to make them close friends as quickly as possible. As Starlight and Maud explore the crystal cave again and bond over rocks, they discover a secret waterfall grotto hidden behind a hollow wall of granite, piquing Maud's interest. Unfortunately, Pinkie continues to be a third wheel, using methods to push Starlight and Maud closer such as intentionally causing a cave-in. Maud makes a way out using Boulder, but Pinkie's constant meddling starts to annoy her.
Pinkie informs Starlight Glimmer about Maud's departure and laments that the two couldn't become friends. Starlight tells Pinkie that she liked Maud, but her efforts to push them together did more harm than good. Meanwhile, Maud mines for rocks in Ghastly Gorge and discovers a piece of emerald jasper, unaware of the monstrous quarray eels that lurk nearby.
Owen informs Eleanor they had to remove her husband's spleen and a kidney, but he expects a full recovery. Eleanor asks about the girl that was inside. Lexie says she's doing great. Eleanor herself is also doing great. Lexie will tell the police to come back tomorrow so Eleanor can have some time with her husband. Eleanor then says Larry isn't her husband anymore. He left her three months ago. He needed time to himself, but then she found out he was living with someone else. He lives with Kimmy, who sings in the choir at their church. On her way to the post office, she saw Larry's car outside the laundromat, while he never did laundry in the 38 years they were married. She pulled over, and saw he was inside, folding a pair of pink panties. Kimmy wasn't even there with him. The next thing she knew, she drove into the laundromat. She feels badly for that innocent girl she hit, but she knows now why people call jealousy the green-eyed monster. Eleanor figured they always hear stuff like this because of the doctor-patient confidentiality. Lexie says that only applies to medicine.
This yellow and pink bikini top is perfect for a vacation. We couldn't find the exact bottoms from the episode, but this string bikini bottom has the same pattern. This suit also comes in additional colors.
The brain of one Dumb Jock split between two bodies. They play for the local hockey team, the Letterkenny Shamrocks (later the Irish). They are in an on-off poly relationship with Katy. Brainless Beauty: They're both handsome, but they're about as sharp as a sphere. Catchphrase: "Wheels, snipe, celly, boys", "dirty fuckin' dangles, boys", "ferda", and "forecheck, backcheck, paycheque, boys". Character Development: They start as confrontational cowards - their introduction has them trying to provoke an apathetic Wayne and back down once he reestablishes him as the Toughest Guy in Letterkenny - and lazy poseurs who only play hockey for the cred. By the end of season 5, they become friends with the Hicks and the Skids, very good hockey players, and even show competence at coaching, helping the Letterkenny Shamrockettes to the championship after an unprecedented win streak. Chivalrous Pervert: They love taking down snipes, and they shoot their shot at practically any woman who looks their way, but when it comes to coaching the Shamrockettes, they keep it completely professional. They also have little patience for Stay in the Kitchen attitudes. The Ditz: Not the sharpest skates in the rink. It also gets them into trouble outside of the rink, as the BroDude representative grows irritated with their antics almost immediately and makes it clear that she would rather be doing anything other than babysitting them, and once Anik comes along, she makes no attempt to hide her glee at getting to fire them. The Dividual: Think about how many times the two have appeared separately on camera. Yeah. They're one person. Hell, they even entered the Letterkenny Adult Spelling Bee as a single contestant rather than 2 separate people. Dumb Jock: Both of them, together, almost equal the intelligence of a single human. Subverted later on when they reveal themselves to not be Book Dumb and actually quite competent at hockey and gym-related matters if they put in some focus. Everyone Has Standards: Despite being obnoxious, they don't approve of racism, sexism, gay-bashing, or other politically incorrect behaviour. Fratbro: They act as close to this trope as humanly possible without actually being in a fraternity. Heterosexual Life-Partners: Play together, date the same woman for several seasons, and freely discuss their feelings. This leads to quite a bit of Ho Yay. Hidden Depths: The two occasionally show flashes of intelligence beyond hockey and sex, such as sometimes being able to speak on literature and music on an equal level with the much more intelligent Hicks. They are pretty good at math - when mistakingly hooked on Ritalin instead of steroids, they develop a complex equation to figure out the most efficient training regimen to minimize the risk of steroid abuse. Despite being meatheads, they are surprisingly woke. They frequently remark when something "isn't very PC" and make sure to use inclusive language. They are also quite comfortable with their bodies and sexuality, even if they're clueless about it half the time. While initially, they seem to be hurt by Dax and Ron's constant chirping, it turns out they were distracted by their separation and weren't bothered by it at the slightest - in fact, they think it some top tier chirping and admit it would be more alarming if they weren't getting chirps from gay guys, considering how they look. They also don't shy away from chances to educate themselves, if Jonesy's discussion with Roald on homosexuality is any indicator. Ho Yay: Too many examples to list.Shoresy: Fuck, you could cut the sexual tension over there with a knife. Give your balls a tug, titfucker! Hypocrite: They and Katy break up between seasons 1 and 2 because she cheated on them, and they give her shit about it all through season 2, even after she continually points out that they were cheating on her through the entire relationship. Jerk Jock: In the beginning of the series before they're humbled by the much nastier Shoresy and get nicer. Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As obnoxious as they may be, they're generally well-meaning, and they do seem to genuinely care about Katy. In later seasons they even get along decently well with the Hicks whenever they all hang out. Lovable Jock: They evolve into this in later seasons. Odd Friendship: In later seasons, they frequently hang out with the Skids. Phrase Catcher: "Give your balls a tug, titfucker!" courtesy of Shoresy, who also ends many of his chirps towards them with "you fuckin' loser" or "you piece of shit". Potty Emergency: Turns out that chugging a meal replacement shake loaded with stimulants is a surefire recipe for gastrointestinal distress.Reilly: Only thing about shreddin' the red's a few more trips to the shitshed, boys.Jonesy: Few more trips to brown-town, buddy. Really Gets Around: Both of them, much to Katy's annoyance. Those Two Guys: Almost inseparable. Took a Level in Badass: Start off out of their depth in senior hockey, but gradually find their footing and end up bringing home a national senior hockey championship by season 8. Tooka Level In Kindness: Downplayed, but in later seasons they're notably less obnoxious and a little more mature. Trash Talk: They valiantly try to educate the senior hockey team in the art of chirping the other team, while Shoresy regularly regales them with his own brand of chirping. The Unintelligible: Their fast speech patterns and gratuitous overuse of hockey and gym slang often makes them verge on this. Verbal Tic: They regularly end sentences with "boys" or "buddy". Wrestler in All of Us: Jonesy Stone Cold Stunners a degen during a donnybrook.
The obnoxious asshole who lives to antagonize Jonesy and Reilly. Berserk Button: Do not disrespect Wayne Gretzky or anyone related to him in his presence.Shoresy: Ariana Grande looks like she's eight, titfucker. I'm givin' the preschool your plate number.Jonesy, Reilly, Dax, and Ron: Shoresy!?Shoresy: And Gretz's daughter's a married woman, you classless piece of shit, she wouldn't fuck you if you had Mario's dangles and Messier's dick. He also hates Canadian separatists.Two of my top five all-time blowies came from Newfie broads, but if I have to listen to you two separatist sympathizers for one more second, I'll shoot myself in the face. Breakout Character: By and large the most popular character to come out of the Letterkenny franchise by a wide margin, to the point that a significant amount of merchandise (and eventually the spin-off) focus on him and his antics. Bunny-Ears Lawyer: As crass as he may be, he's a very talented hockey player, frequently referred to by Coach as the team's secret weapon. Catchphrase: "Give your balls a tug, titfucker!" Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: Loves going into graphic detail about what he does to Jonesy and Reilly's mothers. Even Evil Has Standards: He's arguably the most mean-spirited recurring character, but he will NOT tolerate anyone disrespecting Wayne Gretzky. He absolutely hates Canadian separatists. The Faceless: Only ever seen with his back to the camera, or his face otherwise obscured; the most we ever see of him is during hockey games, where he is only ever seen facing the camera at a distance and wearing an opaque black eye guard that hides the upper half of his face. Somewhat averted, as the last clip of season 10 reveals his face from a side view. And finally revealed in his self-titled spin-off, where he's still portrayed by Keeso. Gasshole: Regularly and loudly farts, either because he is running his mouth while on the toilet, or just to be extra disrespectful. Lampshaded by Reilly.Reilly: ...The fuck do you eat!? Hidden Depths: He practices on the ice every day and well into the night, to the point of throwing up from over-exertion. I Banged Your Mom: His go-to chirp when it comes to Jonesy and Reilly.Shoresy: Fuck you, Reilly, your mum keeps trying to slip a finger in my bum, but I keep telling her I only let Jonesy's mum do that, ya fuckin' loser. Reilly: My mum would never stick a finger in your bum! Jonesy: Mum's a fuckin' saint! Identical Stranger: During his tenure on Letterkenny, Jared Keeso voiced Shoresy with the actor keeping his face hidden from the camera. Come the spin-off, it's revealed that Shoresy is also played by Jared Keeso, albeit with a full beard to distinguish him from Wayne. Insufferable Genius: He is an exceptionally talented hockey player for sure, but he is also, without a doubt, the biggest prick in the series. Later seasons also demonstrate that he even plays like a dick, as he deliberately snows goalies as much as possible and regularly indulges in dirty hits. In Season 8, he starts a fight with another player by smashing him in the ankles so hard that the stick breaks, resulting in him getting thrown in the penalty box for most of the remaining game. Jerkass: He may be hilarious, but he is a complete douchebag who runs his mouth to Jonesy and Reilly for no good reason, and has repeatedly made misogynistic comments and sexually harassed women. It gets to a point that literally nobody in town likes him and only tolerates him at best (all of the other hockey players dislike him, and he's also provoked the ire of Dax and Ron too). Best illustrated when he takes umbrage at Jonesy and Reilly insinuating that Gordie Howe was a better player than Wayne Gretzky, and goes out of his way to be as rude about it as possible.Shoresy: Gretz holds or shares sixty-one records in the Show, you piece of shit, don't nickel-and-dime the Great One.Jonesy: But, Mr. Hockey?Shoresy: Suck my Mr. Cockey, you fuckin' loser. Laser-Guided Karma: His Jerkass antics finally catch up to him in the eighth season, when he gets thrown in the penalty box for unsportsmanlike behaviour culminating with him ruthlessly attacking someone who was laughing off his chirps. Jonesy and Reilly even take the chance to get even with him by getting his ass beat by Joint Boy and Tyson while in the penalty box after he makes crude comments about Katy. Mic Drop: Regularly uses these right before he makes Jonesy and Reilly give up when he's chirping them.He'd be boatin' with Kylie Minogue. Let's get some fuckin' gyozas. Naked People Are Funny: Slinging I Banged Your Mom insults? Funny. Slinging I Banged Your Mom insults while doing bare-ass naked handstand push-ups in the shower? Hilarious. No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Gets his ass beat by Tyson and Joint Boy (at the behest of Jonesy and Reilly) for making crude sexual comments about Katy. Persona Non Grata: Apparently banned from Canada's Wonderland due to repeated instances of inappropriate behaviour in public.Shoresy: Fuck you, Jonesy, your mom got us banned from Canada's Wonderland for trying to give me a tug on Top Gun.Reilly: Fuck you, Shoresy!Shoresy: Fuck you, Reilly - I took your mom the weekend before and she asked me to diddle her on Drop Tower! Phrase Catcher: "FUCK YOU, SHORESY!" is the usual refrain from Jonesy and Reilly whenever he goes off on them. It's even been used by the likes of Betty-Anne, Mary-Anne, Ron, and Dax too. To a lesser extent, a confused and bewildered "Shoresy?" whenever he shows up after not being seen for a while. Put on a Bus: In season ten, Tanis trades him to her cousin's hockey team up north, thus neatly segueing into his spin-off. Running Gag: As of Season 7, whenever his name comes up during roll calls, he always answers with a loud fart. Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Jonesy and Reilly. Smug Snake: In Season 8, as a deconstruction of his trollish behaviour. While he is still a talented player, he focuses so much on antagonizing other players that when he meets someone who can just laugh off his chirps, he grows angrier and angrier and plays significantly worse, up to the point where the team only starts scoring goals after he gets thrown in the penalty box for starting a fight with a dirty hit. Later on, he even costs Tanis' team the championship retroactively, having conspired to lie to get them classified as Native. Trademark Favorite Food: Asian food in general, judging by how often he brings up going to get some. Trash Talk: The core of his character; relentless chirping is his raison d'etre. Troll: His entire character. This extends to his conduct on the ice, as he constantly chirps other players talks tons of shit, and plays like a dick with tons of snowing and dirty hits. Eventually deconstructed, as it's shown that nothing pisses him off more than a player who can laugh off his chirps, and when Shoresy gets mad, he becomes a significantly less effective player (to the point where the team doesn't start scoring goals until he gets thrown in the box). This tendency is also lampshaded by several TSN commentators, who point out that he cares way more about being a dick and pissing people off than playing, citing him as an overall liability to the team despite his ability. This is to the point that tactically he ends up more valuable to the team as someone to sacrifice rather than a player. Unusually Uninteresting Sight: As the spin-off reveals, Shoresy has been walking around town looking like an unshaven version of Wayne for years and no one has found it unusual, including Wayne himself. Urine Trouble: Rather infamously manages to piss from halfway across the room into the urinal between Jonesy and Reilly - making it a point to wait until their hands are in the prime splash zone.Shoresy: What are you pissin' so close to the urinals for, you piece of shit? This is how a real man rocks a piss! Give your balls a tug, titfucker!Jonesy: What the fuck, man?! Verbal Tic: Habitually ends many of his insults with "you fuckin' loser" or "you piece of shit". Vocal Dissonance: Has a very high-pitched voice (courtesy of Jared Keeso speaking in falsetto). Your Mom: His modus operandi, and his primary means of antagonizing Jonesy and Reilly. While they clearly don't believe him, the two eventually receive texts that suggest that he may not have been lying after all. 781b155fdc