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Season 1 Episode 3

If You Ever Want A French Lesson...

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Sep 27, 2011 on The CW
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Bridget discovers that she may have found a clue that could bring her closer to identifying Siobhan's killer. Bridget uncovers some interesting information about Andrew, which leads to some tension between the two of them. Agent Machado continues to investigate Bridget, and tensions flare between Henry and Gemma over their investment in Andrew's hedge fund.


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  • Some interesting and important suspense.

    These two girls are certainly confusing! Having said that, I think it makes everything more interesting if we don't actually have a clue what is coming next. I think Sarah Michelle Gellar is handling the dual roles very well, even though, for the most part, she isn't a really strong actress at times. I really like Bridget as a character but her twin, well, let's just say I'm glad she's no friend of mine. I think the show continues to grow stronger and the other characters are beginning to fit themselves in around Sarah. Much better.moreless
  • If You Ever Want A French Lesson...

    If You Ever Want A French Lesson... was a superb episode of Ringer and I really enjoyed watching this episode if not for the actors alone, the story was interesting enough and I enjoy the show for what it is. I still found myself in suspense and intrigued by certain scenes and revelations. I believe the guy who the real Siobhan met in Paris worked in an off shoot of her husband Andrew's company which leads me to suspect this was all part of her larger plan, though I suppose she didn't see on surprise coming until it was too late. I really liked the ending of this episode which had both sisters in two totally different places coming to certain realizations about their circumstances. I look forward to watching the next episode of Ringer!!!!!!!

  • how far is she going with it?

    so in the end of the last episode i was wondering if the sister that came back alive... lol was gonna do something interesting.. but all she did was.. meet a guy?? make out with him? and point out a non used pregnancy test that marked positive in the end of the episode... gross.

    the other impostor girl... how long is she gonna keep up with it? i mean she is like.. making out with everyone .... the show is kinda boring.. thou im actually just waiting for the vampires to come out and she bring the killer act out... it be actually kinda funny that she will dress like a vampire slayer for aHalloween episode.

    Anyways... honestly im just sticking around to see what kinda trouble she gets into... oh not cool she being cute with her pretended husband while her recovering drug addict is getting a trip...moreless
  • not that good...

    Look the thing is the show just isn't moving forward, nothing ever really happens. It's like there still introducing everything, like it's just getting to know everything like they do in a pilot, but that should be over by now...

    It's really early on to just say nothing ever happens but they need to pick it up and soon.... they need to stop going over the same facts over and over again, okay they do it a little different but they keep coming to the same conclusions and I'm getting a little tired of it!!

    I'm thinking about giving up on this show...moreless
Jordan Marder

Jordan Marder

Tall Man/Mystery Caller

Guest Star

Darryl Stephens

Darryl Stephens


Guest Star

Wes Robinson

Wes Robinson

Electronics Clerk

Guest Star

Tara Summers

Tara Summers

Gemma Butler

Recurring Role

Chris Elwood

Chris Elwood

Agent Cupertino

Recurring Role

Justin Bruening

Justin Bruening

Tyler Barrett

Recurring Role

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    • Featured Music:
      "Cream Cadillac" by Beat Ventriloquists
      "Dragon Lady" by Street Light Suzie
      "Glory Box" by Portishead
      "Hell's Angel" by Thurz
      "Je bois monsieur" by La Fille
      "Le male appetit" by La Fille
      "Leanin'" by Niko Villamor
      "She's A River" by Firehorse
      "Strikefoot" by Sea of Bees
      "The Masters" by LLgl TnDR
      "Think I Love Her" by DJ Smiles
      "Video Games" by Lana Del Rey

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: September 30, 2011 on Global
      United Kingdom: October 13, 2011 on Sky LIVING/Sky LIVING HD
      Latin America: October 31, 2011 on Studio Universal