Chuck Lorre Rails Against Endless 405 Construction In TV Credits
You know those vanity cards for Chuck Lorre Productions that show up at the end of every episode of shows like "Two and a Half Men" and "The Big Bang Theory?" They're usually editorials; often they're an observation on life. Well, this one is for you, Angelenos. Lorre, too, understands the pains of construction on the 405 -- something he made abundantly clear in a recent production note.
We personally think this is a great idea:
Several times a week I crawl along the ol' 4-nication-05 with a bladder that is near to bursting. How about we work out a system where I, and other urinary-challenged drivers, get to pull over and share your port-a-potties?
Who hasn't sat in 405 traffic doing a seated bladder dance?
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