Six Degrees

Season 1 Episode 5

Masquerade

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 19, 2006 on ABC
9.3
out of 10
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70 votes
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Masquerade
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Damian reveals to Carlos what he knows about Mae and her past, while Mae makes her bags, so she can run away from the place she's called home. Laura supports Whitney through her rough times by attending her big work party, a masquerade called the Monster Ball. Meanwhile, Steven gets a chance to prove himself as a father to Max, but and unexpected situation leads to him failing and jeopardize his relationship with Anya.moreless

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  • Review

    9.1
    There was a lot to keep up with in this episode as four of our six members were all at the same place for most of the episode.



    Mae-Carlos storyline took a turn for the worse, but then switched back again. She told him she didnt feel a connection, but later on she went back to him to come clean about her past life.



    Whitney-Lauras storyline really showed how much friends can be a help in a time of need. Laura was great emotional support to Whitney in this episode.



    Steven and Damians plots didnt advance much, but not everyone can be the star of an episode. Steven lost it with Anya, but got it back again in a matter of 10 minutes of air time. Damian is still hiding something from his girlfriend, so perhaps his storyline will pick up sometime soon.moreless
  • Halloween on six degree…

    9.1
    There are multiple storylines here, like five or six, there are bound for you to focus on a few of them. For me, I am following on Whitney and Roy, Carlos and Mae, and Laura mostly. Mae’s brother, Eric, appeared and wanted to take Mae back on the running again. Mae turned him in because she wanted to be Carlos, given that Carlos knew her past. Whitney recovered from her failed engagement with Roy, at least on the surface. Laura was there to help picked her up. These are life stories in the city, well narrated and written, keep you engaged.moreless
  • A decent episode

    8.6
    An entertaining hour of television for sure, now if it could hold more than 50% of the Grey\'s Anatomy audience they\'d really have something. Also the song being played during the party scene is \"Gone Daddy Gone\" by Gnarles Barkley. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words. I need to make it to 100 words.moreless
  • as usual, i only watched the whitney & steven scenes. after i watched the pilot, i was bored with everyone except these 2 characters.

    7.4
    these 2 actors r great, i love watching them on screen, steven taking his kid trick-or-treating & figuring out he's on exctasy when he gushes about his kid was hysterical. & his line about what his costume is 2 whitney was also funny. bridget moynahan was great as usual. she did a great job of telling limo guy, that she had work 2 do & when she let him go 2 the party. i'll keep recording this show & fast-forwarding through everyone except these 2. even if they don't get together, i still enjoy watching them.moreless
  • It keeps getting better :)

    9.3
    I started watching this show coz the whole "six degrees" thing always sounded very interesting for me, after watching the first 3 episodes i was a little dissapointed coz it seemed like something i wanst really interested in watching. But i decided to give episode 4 a last chance and it was great.



    Now i was ansious to see if number 5 would be good too and it was, not like 4, but it was very good.



    Loved the whole "ending" if the Mae "running away" thing coz now she can stop being afraid, or can she? :)



    Was wanting more Laura stuff but it was nice to see her hanging at the party with Whitney and having fun.



    Expecting the next best thing :)moreless
Austin Lysy

Austin Lysy

Eric

Guest Star

Doug Wert

Doug Wert

Agent Ian Williams

Guest Star

Zoe Saldana

Zoe Saldana

Regina

Guest Star

Miles Chandler

Miles Chandler

Max Caseman

Recurring Role

Shiri Appleby

Shiri Appleby

Anya

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Steven: Whitney. Hey. You look quite beautiful.
      Whitney: Thank you, and you…you're a James Bond villain?
      Steven: I'm a man with no depth perception.

    • Steven: You want to go trick-or-treating with a middle-aged parental unit and his pre-pubescent charge?
      Anya: Uh huh. I like those little bite-sized candies.

    • Steven: Hey, listen. You are like.. you are like -- a gift to me. (put his hand on Max chest) Like a magnificent gift. When I look at you, I see.. my eyes in your eyes, (takes Max hand) your hands are like my hands and I am so proud of you. Sometimes I imagine -- exploding with pride.
      Max: (look around) huh.. Ok dad, now you're embarrassing me.
      Steven: Ok!
      Max: I'll see you later.
      Steven: Alright I'll see you later. Good good good! Thank you… I'm on ecstasy!

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • James Bond

      Whitney: Thank you, and you…you're a James Bond villain?

      The James Bond novels and films are notable for their memorably despicable villains and henchmen. From Le Chiffre's encounter with Bond in the original Casino Royale novel in 1953 to Colonel Moon/Gustav Graves' assault on the Korean Demilitarized Zone in the 2002 film, Die Another Day, Bond's foes have been one of the most important reasons for the book and film series' continued popularity

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