Fired Up (1998)

Season 1 Episode 5

A Concurrent Affair

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM May 08, 1997 on NBC
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A Concurrent Affair
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Lunching at Clockworks, Gwen and Terry are both attracted to James Collins, a young man who's a new client, but they both agree (Gwen very reluctantly) that he should be off-limits while he's involved with them professionally. He proves too tempting for Terry, though, and she agrees to go out with him the first time he asks. He promises not to tell Gwen. However, the first time he's alone with Gwen he goes through the same routine with her, with the same results. When James comes by the apartment later, both women act like they're seeing him for the first time since their business lunch. As soon as he's alone with either one of them, he begins to put a move on her. Terry confesses her guilt to Danny, who sees it merely as fodder for a story. When Guy and Danny both agree Terry shouldn't tell Gwen the truth, she decides that she should do it anyway. At the restaurant Terry and Gwen are both about to confess to each other when they see James there kissing another woman. Terry tells Gwen about her date, thinking Gwen kept her part of the agreement. Gwen doesn't correct her. To assuage her guilty conscience, she begins doing favors for Terry, like cleaning the apartment, but eventually she confesses, too. Terry is mad at first, but the two reconcile and formulate a way to get back at James. They invite him over to the apartment, then insist they want a threesome with him--on the fire escape! When he gets climbs out onto the escape naked except for a sheet, the women grab the sheet away and lock the window. They proceed downstairs, where Guy directs the patrons at Clockworks to watch as James drops off the fire escape wearing only some newspapers and enters the bar looking for a phone.moreless

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      • James: ...maybe go see a Bergman film and have some Swedish meatballs.
        Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman (1918-) is considered by many to be one of the greatest geniuses of cinema, with some saying he has no equal. Others find his work too dark, brooding and obscure for enjoyment. Among his best known films are Cries and Whispers (1972), Scenes from a Marriage (1973) and Fanny and Alexander (1982).

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