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And the '90s Horse Party
Season 1, Episode 5
And the '90s Horse Party
Air date October 17, 2011
Cupcake Total $593.25
Writer Sonny Lee
Patrick Walsh
Director Scott Ellis
Rating 11.29 Source
Episode Guide
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And the '90s Horse Party is the fifth episode of the first season of 2 Broke Girls.


After discovering how many debts Max is dodging, Caroline resolves to clean up her roommate's credit by repaying a student loan. They decide to hold a '90s party at the diner when they discover that the hipsters will pay large sums of money to ride their horse, Chestnut. Things go awry when Caroline's former boyfriend shows up.



Caroline: Max, everyone keeps telling me they can't decide! It's like a support group for bisexuals.

Han: Something very magical about to happen.
Max: Please let it be the rapture, I need a day off.

Han: In 2 minutes, something very hip is happening. If you have a camera, make sure to flash! Is on.

Caroline: Why is he speaking like that?

Max: Wait a minute! No one's ordering, people keep checking the time on their phones, every one's wearing matching new balance sneakers..

Caroline & Max: FLASHMOB!

Caroline: You can't run away from this bill.
Max: I can run away from anything, I'm on my fifth identity.


  • We learn in this episode that Max majored in Art in College.
  • The music featured in the flash mob is Party Rock Anthem (feat. Lauren Bennett) by LMFAO.
  • When Caroline says she interned on Merrill Lynch. This is one of the world's leading financial management and advisory companies.
  • The music featured during the '90s horse party is Creep by TLC.

International Air Dates[]

  • United Kingdom: May 23, 2012 on E4/E4 HD
  • Slovakia: February 4, 2013 on Markiza
  • Turkey: April 16, 2013 on CNBC-e

Guest Cast[]

  • Travis Van Winkle - William
  • Kate Frisbee - Kay Jean
  • Nik Tyler - Drunk Hipster
  • Chad Jamian Williams - Bobby
  • Ryan Gaul - Jeremy
  • Phong Lee - Bro #1
  • Blake Young-Fountain - Bro #2
  • Kent A. Phillips - Guy