The Chris Isaak Show

Season 2 Episode 2

The Devil Made Me Do It

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 13, 2002 on Showtime
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The Devil Made Me Do It
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From Showtime: Chris, convinced he has finally found the right woman, suggests that rock journalist Steffie Furst move some of her things into his place. For Chris, this is a big step, perhaps too big a step. Complicating matters is his growing resentment of the generous attention Steffie pays to the subject of her latest magazine assignment, the good-looking Stephan Jenkins (Third Eye Blind.) But Kenney turns that jealousy into suspicion when he suggests that Steffie might be writing a covert and intimate article about Chris, instead. Yola is caught off guard when she finds out how serious Chris really is about Steffie. She overcompensates by striking up an awkward friendship with her. But when she accidentally sets Steffie's silk jacket on fire and later runs into her with her car, Yola wonders if her subconscious is trying to tell her something. Meanwhile, a shapely young female walking down the street catches Anson's eye and he sets out in dogged pursuit. But when he catches up with her, he is shocked to discover it is none other than Yola! Embarrassed that he has mistaken his manager for an object of his sexual desire, Anson is now uncomfortable even being in the same room with her. To make matters worse, Anson thinks he sees Yola every time he is with another woman, effectively destroying his love life all together.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Bridget Fonda

    Bridget Fonda

    Stephanie Furst

    Guest Star

    Stephan Jenkins

    Stephan Jenkins

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Alison Heckard

    Alison Heckard

    Antoinette

    Guest Star

    Dan Joffre

    Dan Joffre

    Ed

    Recurring Role

    Luciana Carro

    Luciana Carro

    Tanya

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • 1.  The computer that had been seen on the desk in Chris' bedroom at various times in the first season, is nowhere to be found in this episode.

        2.  For the first time since Season 1, episode 7 - "T & A," we see Yola driving her car.  In that first season episode, Yola
        trades her beloved black BMW in on a less expensive, American-made, brown four-door sedan because she has an $8,000 dress to pay for.  Yet, in this episode, she's back in a BMW – a silver one this time, but there's been no explanation as to what happened to the beater car or how she was able to step back up into something more spendy.

        3.  We also see that Anson has new digs this season, though that move wasn't mentioned, either, despite the housing problems he had experienced in season one.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Chris and Kenney, discussing Steffie and her impact on Chris' life:

        Kenney: "Don't you ever leave her alone in this house, cuz I tell you what, nothing's sacred. I mean, a woman'll go through anything; your checkbook, your underwear, or even your porno collection."

        Chris: "I don't have a porno collection."

        Kenney: "Well if you did, you wouldn't be in this jam."

    • NOTES (1)

      • Songs featured in this episode:

        "Let Me Down Easy"
        Live rehearsal setting at Chris' house.

        "Jumper"
        Live Bimbo's concert setting with Stephan Jenkins.

        "Somebody's Crying"
        Stephan Jenkins, Hershel, and Chris playing backstage at Bimbo's.

        "Let Me Down Easy"
        Live Bimbo's concert setting with Stephan Jenkins.

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