The Girlfriend Experience
- Episode Description
Andy and Nick discover that a missing grad student doubled as a high end escort and what emerges is a pattern of missing women. Gail goes on an undercover sting operation as one of the escorts but, after Dov and Chris discover the body of one of the missing women, the operation takes a dangerous turn. (Part 1 of 2)
- Cast & Crew
- Photos (5)
- Fan Reviews (1)
- Trivia & Quotes
Jerry Barber: I heard you're not coming to my wedding.
Sam Swarek: What? Who told you that?
Jerry Barber: It's the word on the street. (Sam scoffs) It's too bad 'cause I thought you'd be my best man.
Sam Swarek: (happily) Thought you'd never ask.
Jerry Barber: All right, so this is the thing with the best man, he usually comes to the wedding.
Sam Swarek: Couldn't just have it at city hall, huh?
Jerry Barber: Okay, you know what? Why don't you just tell Andy the truth? It's not such a big deal. So you're afraid of flying.
Sam Swarek: I never said that. I just hate taking my boots off at the airport.
"Without My Love" by Carmen Townsend (opening sequence with Nick and Gail making out in the storage closet)
"Home Tonight" by Eux Autres (Gale is visibly upset by Traci and Andy discussing Traci's wedding plans at Andy's apartment)
"Sail" (InnerPartySystem remix) by AWOLNATION (Gail walks down the stairs into the hotel restaurant and strikes up a conversation with the bartender, who pours them a few shots of tequila each while she waits for her "date")
"Trust" by Trinity
Special billing was given to Ben Bass (and) for this episode.
Heather Crepp - Set Supervisor
Trina Grismondi - Assistant Costume Designer
Allison Barber - Publicist
Caitlin Cronenberg - Stills Photographer
Original International Air Dates:
United States - July 26, 2012 on ABC
United Kingdom - October 21, 2012 on Universal Channel/Universal Channel HD
Czech Republic - November 6, 2012 on Universal Channel
The episode was shot on location in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Noelle Williams: Peter what?
Oliver Shaw: Peter. Peter. (wink) Parker.
Oliver is referring to Peter Parker, the teenage high school student behind Spider-Man's secret identity. Spider-Man is the fictional superhero character in Spider-Man, the name of two comic book series created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko and published by Marvel Comics (1990-1998, 1999-2003). Spider-Man has also appeared in cartoons, movies, coloring books, novels, records, and children's books