Season 1 Episode 14

Whores Don't Make That Much

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Feb 21, 2012 on The CW

Episode Fan Reviews (6)

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  • Probably the best so far.

    I really enjoyed this episode. Plot twist after plot twist and still many unanswered questions. I knew from the outset that Juliet's mother was there for more than decorative purposes so I wasn't at all surprised when it was revealed that she was the mastermind behind the whole sexual assault thing. The burning question now is did Mr. Carpenter beat Tessa or did someone else do it? No doubt we'll find out soon enough.

    I feel desperately sorry for Juliet, she seems to be the pawn for many different people and she already had enough troubles as it was. Mischa Collins was certainly no angel in this one but he wasn't a devil either, unlike Siobahn who seems to be bad to the bone.

    Henry is just annoying and painful, his character is serving no purpose at the moment other than to take up screen time.

    Next week should be interesting.

  • Whores Don't Make That Much

    Whores Don't Make That Much was a perfect and very awesome episode of Ringer. I really enjoyed watching because there was a lot of character development, drama, and intrigue. Most of the episode had revelations about the past and what happened with the little boy known as Sean. It was interesting to see what had happened as well as how it still affected those involved to this day. Juliet and Tessa have a disagreement and Mr. Carpenter seems to have taken action to protect the secret. I was surprised to see who was really pulling the strings. This was a character rich episode and had perfect timing, production and quality. I look forward to watching the next episode of this amazing series!!!!!!!!!
  • Good episode, a bit predictable and lacking though...

    I was originally afraid of this episode because Misha Collins was guest starring. Misha isn't exactly the best actor in the world but his cult following is extremely fanatic and I was afraid of them tuning in to skew the ratings, which could jeopardize the show in so many ways, either making the network think the show can't stand on its own merit, or renew it with the promise that they write Dylan in as a semi-regular character. Luckily, the show only gained about 100,000 new viewers that night, so it didn't effect the ratings too too much. And it was a good episode to boot. We finally found out who was greasing the wheels behind the Juliet/Tessa/Carpenter debacle, what exactly happened between Siobhan and Bridget, and how Bridget fell down the rabbit hole that led her to Botoway.

    Unfortunately, the reveal was kinda predictable, the side story of Malcolm and Henry keeping tabs on each other was lackluster and where was Siobhan? This show works best with the sisters pulling against each other and in focusing on the back story, while necessary, left the main plot a bit wanting. Here's hoping next week is better.
  • Misha All the Way

    I forgot how great and versatile Misha can be since I only watched him as Castiel on Supernatural. What an amazing actor. I will continue to watch Ringer only when he is on.
  • Misha

    One of the better episodes this season.

    Misha playing the role of Dylan was an unexpected pleasure.

    I would love to see more of him in future eppys.

    Misha is such a versatile actor.

    SMG is doing a great job.
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