They hitch a ride from a biker feminist who takes them to an all-women’s commune (“We live in a world very far removed from beauty pageants,” they say, after releasing Kate and Chloe from “the fraudulent chains of patriarchy”). There are some silly stereotypes in this scene, but Kate and Chloe are the tone-deaf ones (as always), and the older feminists are sympathetic and admirable. When they worry about their lack of appeal to the younger generation, Kate and Chloe step up to help them with a business plan–and they don’t know what they’re talking about. They just make fools of themselves, and don’t understand the consequences of their actions. (Could this be a criticism of third-wave feminism? I’d like to think so.)
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June is an actress/writer and all around gal pal! She's appeared in several motion pictures/talkies. Namely Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Zodiac, Going the Distance, Year One, The Dry Land and Bride Wars which she co-wrote with Casey Wilson.
She currently plays Piper on the Adult Swim series NTSF:SD:SUV:: and has been seen on Flight of the Conchords, Party Down, Funny Or Die Presents, Happy Endings, Players, Whitney, New Girl and Animal Practice
Stay tuned for info on upcoming projects! Oh boy oh boy!