Lipstick Jungle

Season 2 Episode 10

Chapter Seventeen: Bye, Bye Baby

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 05, 2008 on NBC
6.1
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Nico and Kirby try to adjust their lives with baby Charlie in the picture and they realize that their relationship is now at a crossroads. Victory tries to land a new multi-million dollar account. Wendy is running into difficulties in getting her new project off the ground.moreless

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  • Oh dear.

    5.5
    This episode of Lipstick Jungle was pretty poor. The scenes with Nico, Kirby and baby Charlie were really quite excruciating. Of course Nico was not going to be allowed to keep Charlie. Wendy and the awful producer man made me cringe and Victory was just silly. Shane was up to scratch and there was a nice little scene where he and Wendy talk about their day.



    Now, normally I quite like this show but this just has to be the worst episode so far. It was embarrassing to watch most of the time. I do hope the remaining episodes are better than this.moreless
Chris Riggi

Chris Riggi

Paul

Guest Star

Reg Rogers

Reg Rogers

Stephen Draper

Guest Star

Maria Thayer

Maria Thayer

Cassidy

Guest Star

Sarah Hyland

Sarah Hyland

Maddie Healy

Recurring Role

Dylan Clark Marshall

Dylan Clark Marshall

Taylor Healy

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Featured Music:

      "Lipstick Jungle 1" by Noisola featuring Hamutal

      "The Saddest Song" by Lucy Wainwright Roche
      "Bend your Mind" by Elysian Fields
      "Come Undone" by Juca

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Shane: Long day?
      Wendy: Long and crazy.
      Shane: Me too. Sax player wih an attitude problem.
      Wendy: I'll see your sax player with an attitude problem and raise you one morally challenged producer.

    • Wendy: How are you holding up, beside being sleep-deprived?
      Nico: It's intense. It's life-changing but you know that feeling of someone completely depending on you for everything. I've never felt so necessary.
      Victory: OK, that's it. I'm going to get myself knocked-up right now. The next man I see.
      (Kirby walks into the room)
      Kirby: Morning, ladies.
      Victory: The next, next man I see.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Wendy: If Scarlett O'Hara can make a dress out of curtains, you can make curtains out of a dress.
      Scarlett O'Hara is the heroine of Gone With the Wind who famously makes a dress out of curtains.

    • Stephen: Save your righteous anger, Norma Rae.

      This is a reference to the 1979 movie Norma Rae, which starred Sally Field as Norma Rae, a strong, young woman who fought to unionize the textile mill where she worked.

    • Stephen: Hang on ladies, this isn't Sophie's Choice just yet.

      Sophie's Choice is the 1982 movie starring Meryl Streep, where Sophie is a survivor of Nazi concentration camps, who has found a reason to live because of Nathan, an American Jew obsessed with the Holocaust.

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