The Chris Isaak Show

Season 1 Episode 14

Lost and Found

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jun 11, 2001 on Showtime
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From Showtime: After a month in the studio, Chris and the band have finally finished recording the title song for the new David Lynch movie. The next day, the studio burns down, taking with it the master recordings of the new song. Good thing Chris burned a CD version and brought it home. Now, if only he could find it. He tears his place apart and his cousin Ordell, who's also got a track on the same CD, stops by with a dowser, but the CD remains missing. As the clock ticks down to the deadline, it looks like they'll have to record it again. But can they do in four hours what it took four weeks to do the first time? As the tension rises, Anson is wondering if his new girlfriend Deedee is responsible for the CD's disappearance. After all, she is an obsessive collector who's already got Dave Matthews' old Snapple bottle and Flea's toothbrush, not to mention Alanis' barrette. Yola, meanwhile, is exploring her creative side in a pottery class run by a charismatic and hunky ceramics artist named Stone.moreless

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Quote #1:

        Yola to Chris after hearing the playback for "Best I Ever Had:" "It's art, Chris. You have created art!"

        Chris: "Talk slow when you talk pretty, baby."

        Quote #2:

        Dee Dee to Anson as they approach the front door to Chris' house: "This is where Chris lives? I thought it'd be bigger."

        Anson: "Yeah, girls always say that to Chris."

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        Ordell to a sleepy Chris after waking him up upon arrival at his house: "Ya got money for a cab?"

        Chris: "I don't need a cab, I live here."

        Quote #4

        Ordell talking to Chris and the band about his options: "I'm thinkin' I'll get myself back home and get myself into dog grooming school. It's a good trade, and you meet a lot of fancy women. And animals, they just naturally take to me, you know. They sense an equal."

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      • Songs featured in this episode:

        "Best I Ever Had"
        Recording the rough mix in the studio.

        "Harlem Nocturne"
        Soundtrack music from Johnny Reno - Anson's girlfriend, doing a little strip tease for him.

        "Best I Ever Had"
        Live concert setting at Bimbo's with 'Ordell.'

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