“The woman, Holly (Katherine Heigl), is the fashion-conscious owner of a gourmet food boutique called Fraiche, the man, Eric (Josh Duhamel), is a slobbish director of sports programmes at an Atlanta TV station, and they purport to loathe each other.”
“It is far more interesting that the character is wearing the same shirt that he did yesterday, because that develops his slobbish personality.”
“I go through horribly slobbish periods, followed by periods of obsessive cleanliness.”
“However, there are those rare television moments when a slobbish, pathetic geek like myself is motivated to stand up and cheer, but I did literally stand up out of my chair this evening and almost let it fly.”
“This one was a doozy, with school teacher Randi Coy agreeing to play along with a fake wedding to slobbish fiancé Steve for a cash prize.”
“But I hardly think khakis at the pulpit on Sundays or at the hospital is sloppy, slobbish or disrespectful.”
“Close up, she was ten years too old even for Gaius, and probably married to a slobbish matelot who beat her.”
“The Dr. Seuss books with their big slobbish drawings and infinitely repetitive rhymes were forced on me by children who loved exactly the mess, the anarchy, the playing around with unspeakable things that are the core of those books.”
“It begins with a slobbish everyman character following a White Rabbit into a deserted theatre and includes a number of fascinating speculations on the links between Dodgson and the north-east of England.”
“Its story is a bit like its main character: slobbish and constantly on the verge of cardiac arrest.”
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