Noah's Arc

Season 2 Episode 3

Desperado

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Aug 23, 2006 on LOGO
9.5
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Noah has been invited to join Dre and Wade for dinner, which rekindles creative sparks in Noah and Wade, while Dre's friend shows an interest in Noah. Meanwhile, Chance and Eddie host dinner for Eddie's bosses and their wives, and Chance happens upon an interesting coupling. Ricky continues to have thoughts about his new relationship with Junito. Alex's suspicions of Guy's friendship with Trey continue to grow.moreless

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  • NOW we are cooking! This is what I have been waiting for with this series. Victoria Rowell and Keith Hamilton Cobb add a bit of spice in their guest roles.

    9.8
    Scene by scene, I see much development in the characters on Noah's Arc. There is a bit of a surprise with Victoria Rowell that just had me howling with delight. This season they are enrichening the dramedy by developing some of the more featured guests characters. The revelation for Alex at the episode's end is one we saw coming, but the way it was done was FABULOUS, honey. It has happened to me. I could so relate to that situation and Noah's Arc is certainly drawing their devoted fans in. If they keep going in this direction I may have to retract some previous statements. They are going to let us have, but good! Bravo!moreless
  • Chance and Eddie have a dinner party with unexpected surprises. Alex and Guy have an encounter and an unpleasant revelation. Noah attends dinner at Wade and Dre's and gets more than just a meal. Ricky and Junito continue to explore their relationship.moreless

    10
    This episode brings Noah's Arc back to the series we grew to love in the first season. It's full of surprises, twists, and turns that makes us want more. It's perfectly placed as well, because it comes after the semi slow pace of the first two and it takes us back a bit with it's many surprises. It gives just enough and we find ourselves dying to see what will happen next. This one will definitely make you want to watch it over again because it is so well plotted. Kudos for getting us back on track with this great installment.moreless
  • Each charachter in this episode experience faulty expections that are accompanied by big surprise that either make them or break them.

    9.8
    I am very impressed with this episode. I could not have predicted any part of the story line which I appreciate. Nothing loses my attention more than a story doesn't use the element of suprise. I must say there are suprise completely throughout. If I wasn't addicted to this show before after watching this episode I am hooked.
  • WOW!!!

    9.8
    This was a great episode. I will try not to give anything away, but ALOT of questions are answered in this one. I thought the first half was ok, but the second half had me glued to the screen. I hope we see more of the corporate wives. Victoria Rowell was enchanting. I definately want more on HER story! And I'd love to see more of Keith Hamilton Cobb. At this point I don't know if I really want Noah and Wade getting back together. And the newly revealed villan on the show! I almost threw my remote at the TV over that one. This was high drama at its best. And was Noah really wearing an obi at the store??? LOL! Great job!!!moreless

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Chance: (talking to self) I am not the wife. I am not the wife. I am not - (notices still has apron on) the wife! (chucks apron)

    • Ricky: (to Chance) Just remember, Eddie prefers homo-thugs to Desperate Housefags.

    • Noah: I can't do this. I can't make this script straight.
      Ricky: Since when were you such an idealist? Do what they want, take the money and run.
      Noah: No, I mean I can't do it. I guess I just don't have what it takes to be a whore.
      Alex: (sarcastically) Huh!

  • NOTES (1)

    • Music featured in the episode included: "Calling Me" by Adriana Evans
      "Tell You What" by The Bama Boyz
      "Come My Way" by Papa Soul (featuring Shyrod)
      "Lounge" by Monita Cooper
      "Heavy" by Bo Johnson
      "Seconds of Pleasure" by Van Hunt (broadcast only)
      "Love Affair" by Adriana Evans
      "The Weakness In Me" by Keisha White (broadcast only)
      "The Weakness In Me" by Billy Porter

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Ricky's comment that Eddie prefers homo-thugs to Desperate House f*gs is an allusion to the hit ABC series, Desperate Housewives.

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