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The fair-skinned man with the hoodie and dark ski cap sits on a bench outside McNally Jackson Books in downtown Manhattan, where neither patrons nor employees seem aware that he's the author of a work so in demand at the store that it's often out of stock.
There's a secret message locked away in the show, with the titles, and if you follow us on Twitter, we'll be doing kind of a summer of puzzles.
(Laughs) There'll be some great early access stuff and some really fun things to tide you over, over the summer and get your Blindspot fix.
Nick B. commits hard to a very dumb joke (St. Nick, get it?) and shows up in a Santa suit (this was filmed in March, remember) that he leaves on for the whole night, beard and all.
"In true Fletcher family tradition," he says while uncorking the bottle, "who needs glasses, right?" This is a reference to JoJo's hometown date last season, when her mother was seen drinking wine straight from the bottle.
While it's nice that he actually watched the show and familiarized himself with JoJo, I guess, this is not a great thing to take away about her mother.
None were more embarrassing than Daniel, a Zoolanderish male model (you don't have to specify that you're a male model, we can tell) with a thick Canadian accent.
Somehow, Daniel didn't get eliminated -- none of the very drunk guys did -- but he won't be around for long, because he'll probably end up peeing in a corner in a blackout.
Evan was cast solely on the fact that he has a funny job.
Jon gets out of the limo wearing a kilt.
 luckily for me, I'm half-Scottish below the waist.
When he says that, the bagpipe soundtrack does a sad trombone record skip and stops, which is a nice editing touch.
I love this response so much, because it means either JoJo doesn't get the joke, which would be so much funnier than the joke itself, or she does get it and she's going to force him to squirm while he explains his idiotic joke.
 he chickens out!
 the way he says "Scottish" with a little half-assed Scottish accent makes me want to punch a haggis in the face.
The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are very white.
 to see him and Jake, the black man eliminated in the first round, sent home so soon reinforces the homogeneity of Bachelor Nation and shows that the show hasn't learned anything from its critics.
 Jon and Jake were not good contestants, due to Jon's terrible decision making and Jake's blandness, but that's an easy way to let the show off t
If you see Jon Bennett, give him a hug. In his very funny one-man comedy, “How I Learned to Hug,” Bennett uses his own romances to explain his aversion to and rediscovery of embracing. Bennett combines the tricks of the best storytellers: Details that are funny at face value (Emu airlines, named
In “The Hideout,” from London’s Haste Theatre, three Greek gods play out the tale of Theseus the hero, Princess Ariadne with her magic thread, and the fierce Minotaur in the great Labyrinth of Crete. The rather quarrelsome Aphrodite, Hades and Dionysus – weren’t those Greek gods always bickering?