The Strip (2002)

Season 2 Episode 11

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Sep 02, 2003 on TV3
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Leslie's emotional stability takes another hit when she learns of the death of her second husband Terrence. To Paige's chagrin, Mel insists Leslie move in with them. However, Doug reveals his true nature when he takes advantage of the situation, borrowing money from Mel and selling off Leslie's possessions to repay some dodgy debts while telling Mel the loan is for a legitimate business. Devastated at discovering that Doug's used the money to pay off a debt by putting it on a horse, Mel says she doesn't want anything more to do with him. An old flame of Tre's shows up, requiring a peculiar kind of "sexual healing" from her. Richard thinks he's bad news and Clint thinks he's Satan. When the sex starts draining Tre's energy, they help her steal it back. In the process we observe a frisson growing between Tre and Richard. Adam turns down an offer from Danielle and Chocolate to end his lengthy sexual drought. Instead, he meets Jessica, a sales rep who uses her sex appeal to sell her line of ready-to-drink beverages. Despite Jack having "a thing" for her, Jessica only has eyes for Adam. A wild night of passion sees the two embarking on a relationship.moreless

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    K.C. Kelly

    K.C. Kelly

    Derek

    Guest Star

    Lee Hartley

    Lee Hartley

    Pawnbroker

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    Oliver Driver

    Oliver Driver

    Lou

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    Nicole Whippy

    Nicole Whippy

    Chocolate

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    Roy Billing

    Roy Billing

    Douglas Collins

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    Loren Horsley

    Loren Horsley

    Danielle

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