The Wrong Coast

Season 1 Episode 9

Lights! Camera! Romance!

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Jun 02, 2004 on The Movie Network
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Lights! Camera! Romance!
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Romance blooms between Jameson and Debbie Sue when he inadvertently saves her from a falling stage light. The romance quickly deteriorates into mind games, however, and it isn't long before the tears are flowing. Sketches include "The Onion Ring," "Al Pacino's Sitcom," and "How To Lose A Guy In 28 Days Later."moreless

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    Andrea Rosen

    Andrea Rosen

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    Jeff Bottoms

    Jeff Bottoms

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    Randy Perlstein

    Randy Perlstein

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    A.D. Miles

    A.D. Miles

    Additional Voices

    Recurring Role

    Marc Thompson

    Marc Thompson

    Ti Hua Foo

    Recurring Role

    Tracy Nicole Chapman

    Tracy Nicole Chapman

    Julie Wyvern

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Kiefer Sutherland stars in an acion-adventure with a time-based gimmick called 762 120, with each number representing a second of Kiefer's entire life, starting at birth. Unfortunately for Kiefer, that number only works out to be 8 days, 19 hours, and 42 minutes. That's not much time for Kiefer to stop the terrorists.

      • Goof: When Jameson rapps on the glass, you can see Julie, Connie, Mack, Debbie, and Ti Hua. When the camera changes to Jameson's perspective, all the aforementioned are there, but Mack has disappeared.

      • When Matthew McConaughey shoots a zombie, both he and Kate Hudson get blood on their faces. Moments later, she turns into a zombie, and he is forced to kill her. But if he got contaminated by the blood too, he should have also turned into a zombie.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Jameson: Debbie, I think we should let the audience in on our little joke.
        Debbie Sue: What joke?
        Jameson: You know, how we are pretending to have a co-worker romance. The chances of me liking you is like me dating a squid.
        Debbie Sue: Well...if that's how you feel...(runs off set)

      • Jameson: The makers of 24 come up with an even harder to understand TV show.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Graduate
        The ending of this episode has many similiarites to the ending of 1967's film, The Graduate. Jameson's car runs out of gas, Jameson is forced to run after Debbie, Jameson raps on the glass and screams Debbie's name, violence ensues between Debbie and Mack, and finally Debbie escapes with Jameson on a bus.

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