Season 2 Episode 11

Natasha Charles

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Aug 31, 2004 on FX



  • Trivia

    • Featured Music:

      "Tough On Crime" by Rebecca Pidgeon (Sean/Julie at Annie's school fundraiser)
      "I'll Be Seeing You" by Rickie Lee Jones (Ocular eye-appointment with Christian & Natasha)
      "Just Be" by Kirsty Hawkshaw (1st song at restaurant when Natasha meets her internet 'blind' date and Christian is 'observing')
      "All The Way to the Top" by Jazzupstarts (2nd song at bar while Natasha's date asks Christian about her)
      "Full On" by Chungking (3rd song at restaurant when Christian joins Natasha at her table after her date leaves)
      "In My Head" by Psapp (Final song in restaurant when Christian & Natasha are sitting together)
      "Natasha" by Rufus Wainwright (Christian & Natasha make love)

    • Goof: When Christian and Natasha are kissing in the restaurant, from one angle she is holding his chin with her hand, but from the next angle she isn't. This continues throughout the whole scene.

    • Goof: When Julia goes to get her breast implants, she takes one last look at herself and has her wedding band on her finger, but the next shot of her it's gone.

  • Quotes

    • Erica: You ruined your own life by not living it. If Sean doesn't want anything to do with you, yippee, you're free. Get off your ass and stop depending on other people for your sense of self-worth.
      Julia: You really should have your own talk show.

    • Erica: When I said you should make the most out of yourself I wasn't referring to your bra size.
      Julia: You had a facelift, mother. What's the difference?
      Erica: I did it for professional reasons. The only professional reason for that is to look better dancing on a pole.

    • Erica: (to Julia) Matt wasn't exaggerating, was he? You really do look a bit like a crack whore, sweetheart.

    • Christian: Look it's men. We're just wired that way, even if some small part of our brain actually gives a damn about your soul, it's always short-circuited by the part that wants to get into your pants.

    • Natasha: The best thing of being blind is that you don't fear the unknown, cause everything's unknown.

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