Scoundrels

Season 1 Episode 3

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 11, 2010 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Heather gets hired by a strip club while Logan is forced to reveal his "West" family colors.

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  • Finding the bad in all the good guys

    7.0
    This was the best episode of the series so far, the first two had a very awkward mix of drama and comedy but this one blended the two in a much more intriguing way. Cheryl and Wolf's interactions in this episode were really touching and it seemed that the reality of his situation finally sunk in because they won't be together for five years and that requires a lot from her and him. Logan was good in this episode as his West family connections finally shone through in a helpful way. Cal and Logan interacting was also a nice touch.

    Heather's new "modeling" opportunity showed off her character well and showed that she does have some strength in her character.

    An overall good episode.moreless

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Hope: So, how's Daddy?
      Cheryl: Like Jack Nicholson in The Shining.
      Hope: Oh. I'm really starting to rub off on you, aren't I?

    • (after Logan asks Hope to teach him the Cahuilla language to fool his bosses)
      Hope: So, Honest Abe lied his way into his law firm?
      Logan: Hey, now. Who snuck you into the casino kitchen when you were eight so you could learn gambling from the elders?
      Hope: Okay, fine. I'll just charge you what you bill your an hour.
      Logan: Ha. I'm a lawyer. You have to earn your right to overbill.
      Hope: (says something in Cahuilla)
      Logan: Wh-what does that mean?
      Hope: Never cut cards with a woman named Hope.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Featured Music:
      "Hey Sugar" by The Ride Theory (Wolf gets a prison visit from Cheryl and his daughters)
      "Revelator" by Vibrolux (During the party)
      "Wild Beast" by The Hangmen (Logan and Hugh are in the office working after hours)
      "Rock and Roll" by Flash Lightning (at the strip club)
      "Jerk It" by Thunderheist (Heather and Hugh at strip club)
      "Change Of Heart" by El Perro Del Mar (prison visit where Cheryl tells Wolfe she wants to take a break from visiting him)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada - July 11, 2010 on CTV

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