Exes & Ohs

Season 1 Episode 4

Love, Money, and a Six Olive Martini

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Oct 29, 2007 on LOGO
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Jennifer finally finds a sponsor for her documentary, but she later discovers the sponsor is interested in more than just her film. Meanwhile Crutch tries to interview for a corporate job, and Sam confronts her father about his discomfort with her homosexuality.

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    Chelah Horsdal

    Chelah Horsdal

    Lauren Brooks

    Guest Star

    Serge Houde

    Serge Houde

    Sam's Father

    Guest Star

    Karen Kruper

    Karen Kruper

    Sam's Mother

    Guest Star

    Amy Dudgeon

    Amy Dudgeon

    Emmy Beaver

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • The "Bed Death" Rule

        Jen: As a rule, if you find you're cuddling your cats more often than each other, you may be on the road to lesbian bed-death. Immediately, step away from the pussy cat and step toward the actual...

      • The "Right Time" Rule

        Jen: When it comes to having this kind of conversation with your parents, there is "no right time" or "wrong time." It just that... sooner hurts less than later.

      • (Referring to Chris)
        Kris: She left at dawn and grabbed a shotgun and said she needed to... take care of something.
        Jen: Well, there's a clue in there somewhere.

      • (Referring to her parents)
        Sam: I think they think you turned me gay.
        Jen: Turned you gay?! You were sleeping with girls before I was even kissing boys!

      • Sam's Mother: Besides, owning is so much better than renting. If you ever decide to settle down, you--
        Sam: Mom! I'm 28, and I'm-- I'm very happy being single.
        Sam's Mother: Well, at one time you were very happy being straight. And then Jennifer came along, and it's--
        Sam's Father: Honey, I'm sure not every girl that Jennifer befriends turns into a lesbian.

      • Emmy: They love you like a sister.
        Crutch: A kid sister.
        Emmy: Well, you do live in a storage room.
        Crutch: I'm a musician. This is called suffering for my art.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Actress Megan Cavanaugh (Chris) had never fired a gun prior to filming this episode.

      • Music:

        Marnie Alton wrote and performed the song "If I Loved You Anymore," which is playing in the Beever Cafe when her character Sam, first confronts her father.

        The song played at the very end of this episode is called "Joan" by Paula Toledo.

      • Filming of this episode almost came to a halt due to an unexpected snowstorm. It was Vancouver's first real snowstorm in years.

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