Lipstick Jungle

Season 2 Episode 10

Chapter Seventeen: Bye, Bye Baby

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 05, 2008 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • 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

    • 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

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Kapitola sedmnáctá: Sbohem, děťátko (Seventeenth Chapter: Goodbye Baby)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway: November 23, 2009 on TV3
      Germany: December 16, 2009 on ProSieben
      Czech Republic: April 28, 2010 on Prima

    • Although credited, Andrew McCarthy (Joe Bennett) and David Norona (Salvador Rosa) do not appear in this episode.

  • Allusions

    • 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.