Cashmere Mafia

Season 1 Episode 7

Dog Eat Dog

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 20, 2008 on ABC
7.5
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Juliet is pursued by a multi billionaire with ulterior motives. Caitlin feels the pressure when she needs to produce a huge publicity splash. Mia falls for a dog but is unable to pass the ownership test for his adoption. Zoe struggles with being the perfect mother.

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  • It's all about the girl power!

    10
    What can I say....I loved it! This show is so worth watching. The four women mesh so well together. There is great chemistry and this episode was well written. Mia and her connection with the dog was very touching. I really liked her relationship with Jason so I hope her "good night" doesn't mean a permanent "good bye" to him or their relationship. I loved Zoe standing her ground as Clayton came groveling for her help. Juliet is so gorgeous and a great example of a strong successful business woman. Caitlin's idea for fashion week was great. I think what I really enjoy about this show is that it's easy to immerse myself in the characters' lives. It's an enjoyable hour.moreless
  • An improvement on previous episodes. Mia finds affection for a male of the canine variety whilst Juliet is persued by a forthcoming billionaire and Zoe deals with the loss of her job by oversompensating in the role of 'mommy'.moreless

    7.8
    I wasnt't sure about this show in its early stages. It seemed to have a cliche premise (four business women struggling to make it in business whilst juggling a social life) reminscent of so many other shows, I'm talking about Sex and the City or Lipstick Jungle. I was pleased to see in this episode, however, a little more life breathed into the characters. More specifically, we were given a glimpse of Mia's humanity beneath her unrealistically stylish attire when she falls for Wiley - not a man this time but a dog. I was also pleased to see more of Juliet; she has a charm and dignified yet witty manner which I would like to see more of.moreless
Christine Ebersole

Christine Ebersole

Lily Parrish

Guest Star

Peter Riegert

Peter Riegert

Len Dinerstein

Guest Star

Val Matt Emmich

Val Matt Emmich

Adam Carter

Guest Star

Lourdes Benedicto

Lourdes Benedicto

Alicia Lawson

Recurring Role

Jack Yang

Jack Yang

Jason Chung

Recurring Role

Peyton R. List

Peyton R. List

Sasha Burden

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Mia: I don't think having a dog is... sorry... an animal companion is about being ready, or who you live with, or how much you work, or how many pets you have... I think it's about feeling something. I mean, how do I explain this bond that I have with this dog that I met three days ago who just lies there like a lump and has really smelly breath? But I do. I just think that feeling is so rare... with a man, with a friend, with a dog, with a job... that when you find it, you just can't let it go.

    • (Zoe looks to her son after kicking a soccer ball into the back on Clayton's head)
      Zoe: See honey....Control.

    • Juliet: How do you tell the man who has everything, that he can't have everything?
      Len: You don't.
      Juliet: I think I just did.

    • Clayton: I'd be happy to put a good word into Henry if you think that would help.
      Zoe (in a childish voice): Would you do that for me Clayton? Would you? Would you?
      Clayton: Gee, I'm sensing sarcasm...

    • Jason: Listen, if this is a bad time...
      Mia: No, no, what are you talking about? Sit.
      Jason: Are you talking to me or the dog?
      Mia: I am talking to you.
      (shows him she's wearing sexy lingerie)
      Jason: Come...

    • Len: But, it's just one man's opinion...
      Juliet: But when that man is Len Dinerstein, well...
      Len: Don't flatter me, Juliet.
      Juliet: We're talking about a man who's never actually run a service business. A man who either takes a company stock for a ride, or buys the company to break it up for parts.
      Len: Listen to you...

    • Juliet: So I ask for a meeting?
      Zoe: No, no, you won't have to ask. He's gonna want to check out his bride as soon as he can...
      Juliet: Can we find another metaphor?
      Zoe: He's gonna want to kick your tires and take you for a test drive...

  • NOTES (5)

    • International Broadcast Dates:
      Australia - April 9, 2008 on Network 9
      Denmark - May 28, 2008 on TV3
      Israel - June 3, 2008 on HOT 3/YES Stars 3
      Slovakia - August 13, 2009 on JOJ

    • When Juliet and Zoe are walking down the street holding coffee in the hands, they are walking on the east side of Lexington Avenue from 70th Street to 69th Street in Manhattan, New York City. You can clearly see Fopp's, a clothing store, across the street from where they are standing.

    • The dog run in this episode is also in Madison Square Park.

    • Featured Music:
      "Watching You" by Rogue Traders
      "Your Love Is Mine" by The New Mastersounds featuring Corinne Bailey Rae

    • The park that Mia and Jason are jogging in at the beginning of the show is Madison Square Park in Manhattan, New York City. It is bordered by Madison Avenue, 23rd Street, 5th Avenue, and 26th Street.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Mia: I've read the book, he's just not that into me.
      He's Just Not That Into You is a book by author Greg Behrendt that basically tries to explain the way men behave. Most famously, if a guy doesn't call - He's Just Not That Into You. The book has been made into a movie starring Jennifer Aniston, Scarlett Johannson, Drew Barrymore, and will be released to theaters in August 2008.

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