Secret Diary of a Call Girl

Season 1 Episode 3

Episode 3

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Aired Monday 10:30 PM Jun 30, 2008 on Showtime
7.1
out of 10
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One of Belle's favourite clients has booked her for the entire night. However she feels bored when her client falls asleep and searches for a new adventure for in between.

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  • The All-Nighter.

    6.5
    Well this episode was okay. It focused on the all nighter feature of Belle's job. This episode is focused on what Belle does the whole night, with her client, and with other people too. The sex scenes were enticing, but I think that was the highlight of this episode. I mean besides the sex. What else happened, really? Think about it, Belle has sex with her client multiple times, then has sex with someone at the bar. Talks to Ben on the phone for about a minute, then makes friends with the concierge. Although there were some funny moments, this episode just didn't stand out.moreless
  • This episode focuses more on the all-nighter aspect of the job, which proves to be the best job for Belle so far.

    8.5
    So this episode focuses more on the all-nighter aspect of the call girls life. This episode introduces more of Belle's rules, some of which apply for only the one night date type jobs, which this episode focuses on. It was interesting for me because I never thought about what kind of rules people who do what Belle does for a job might have. Rules they set for themselves in other words, and of course when you have a job that involves having two separate lives, you want to have some rules. The most interesting part of this episode is when Belle sneaks off in the night during an all-nighter with a client and finds another client to sleep with for some extra cash. I liked this episode, it was a lot riskier and it showed a little more about the character of Belle.moreless

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