Former Mary Tyler Moore and Rhoda writer Pat Nardo loves 2 Broke Girls, but worries about the messages young women are getting from today’s single-girl shows:

“I just think that it’s worse now for women than it used to be because today every woman is expected to f— every single guy she goes out with. And it’s so much better for men. The other way men were trying to get in our pants. Now you’re trying to get them in your pants. I happen to like that show with the two waitresses, 2 Broke Girls. It’s cringe-making in terms of how they speak, how they think. But they remind me of Mary and Rhoda. Their relationship itself is darling.”