‘Smoke Yo Drink!’ The Best Lines From FXX’s ‘The League’

By: 09.19.13  •  117 Comments
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In this week’s episode of The League, we learned that Jay Cutler is actually a better actor than his wife, Kristen Cavallari, that Snoop Lion has discovered something else to smoke, and that the man cave jokes will never cease to be hilarious. We also learned a little something about fart etiquette. Like smoking, there’s no safe place to do it anymore.

Even without Rafi or Ruxin, tt was another great episode of The League, right down to the episode title, “Chalupa vs. The Cutlet.” Let’s get right into the best lines.

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