>>108161019>That is the same thing.
Perhaps I should elaborate for the non-drinkers here. You can be "black out" drunk, in the sense that you have trouble remember events the next day, and still be able to function. Since heavy drinkers already have memory problems, they might experience this after a regular night of drinking. Then there is alcohol poisoning, where a person is unable to walk or stand under their own power, loses consciousness, becomes unresponsive to questions, and/or is prone to vomiting, pissing, or shitting on themselves. I can attest from personal experience that you can, unfortunately, sometimes remember portions of these events so it's not quite synonymous with being black out. If you have sex with a woman with acute alcohol poisoning (I don't understand the kind of scumbag who would want to), it is definitely rape, but the episode makes it clear that the woman in question is not that. She is able to stand and speak and wasn't losing consciousness.>Confirmed since we literally see she has no memory of it in the episode.
Not necessarily. The "Oh no, we didn't!" makes more sense as an expression of regretful recollection than genuine confusion over something she doesn't remember. >Holy shit not at all. If that retarded logic was sound then date rape wouldn't be a thing at all.
First of all, impotence is the whole point of that joke. Secondly, date rape occurs when a woman is unconscious or unable to initiate sex, as date rape drugs are tranquilizers, or otherwise does not give consent (date rape is really just rape in a specific context). And since we see in the episode that she was coherent enough to consent to marriage, we can assume she was also coherent enough to consent to sex.