Accidentally on Purpose

Season 1 Episode 3

One Night Stand

Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Oct 05, 2009 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Billie realizes that men find her more attractive despite her pregnancy. Even Zack sees her curves as a turn-on. Billie makes the move on him, but is turned away by Zack following an untoward incident involving suntan lotion.

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  • Billie is starting to fill out in ways that seem to attract men even more. All the men in her life seems to notice too. The other thing though is she is getting sexual urges and the urges are getting stronger so she has to decide what to do.moreless

    A fairly humorous episode with a number of funny bits. Zack is coming into his own and both Jenna and her sister Abby are starting to click as characters as well.

    The opening sequence was very funny. "I got a visit from the Boob Fairy." Then "look what I can do with a lipstick like in Grease." Then she leaves and the boys reactions.

    Later the whole bit with using the sunless tanner for "the alone train." Turning certain features orange. Funny little bit and pulled of very well.

    The part of the story with Ryan the newsman was a little awkward and she is not going to jump into bed with him. Despite what happened with Zack, they've established she's not that kind of girl. At the same time it would be like she was cheating on Zack which she's not going to do. The dress bit with her sister was cute though. The ex-boyfriend is a little annoying at times but as long as they keep his parts short it will be alright. I'm interested to see where they will take this. The ratings have not been spectacular and I wonder what the call will be by CBS for this show. I think it's better than Wednesdays comedies. Maybe they could move it there and bring Rules back like they're planning to anyways. Thanks for reading...moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Davis: (stares at Billie's left breast) And good morning to you. (shifts eyes to the right) And good morning to you.
      Billie: I see you've noticed my recent pregnancy gift from the boob fairy.
      Davis: That's such a better job than being the tooth fairy.

    • Davis: (to Zack) Dude, you do have a toy you can play with. Just take more trips downtown on the alone train. Have an all-by-yourself party! Be a one-man band!

    • Billie: Did you see that? There I was being flirted with by a handsome married man who's kind of my imaginary boyfriend and James totally booty-blocked me!

    • Billie: I don't know any other way to put this, but I have happy feelings in my downstairs area.

    • Billie: I'm thinking of sleeping with Zack. My brain says it's a bad idea, but it's being outvoted by every cell in my body. Is sleeping with him right now desperate or empowering?
      Olivia: Is he passed out?
      Billie: No.
      Olivia: Empowering!

    • Abby: (to Billie) You didn't call me before you tried to seduce [Zack] because you know that I think you should have a real relationship with him. You didn't want to hear that, so you called the bad idea lady. (points at Olivia)

    • Billie: Do you have some sort of bugging device?
      James: What are you talking about?
      Billie: You wait until Brian starts talking to me, then you pop up like a zit on prom night.

    • Billie: We broke up. Then it was all boohoo, drink-drink, 'you look cute,' pee on a stick, blue plus sign, TADA!!

    • Zack: The reason I didn't sleep with you... is because I had an orange penis.
      Billie: Wow, I was imagining how you were going to finish what you're saying, but 'orange penis' is not where I was going.

  • NOTES (2)


    • Episode Title: One Night Stand is the 1997 Mike Figgis film starring Wesley Snipes (Max Carlyle) as an advertising director who meets and hooks up with a girl named Karen (Nastassja Kinski) for a night in New York.

    • Davis: You get laid and your baby's born looking like an oompa-loompa.

      Oompa-loompas are the small black-skinned creatures who work in Willy Wonka's factory in Roald Dahl's fictional works, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, however, in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory their skin was made orange to avoid racial stereotyping.