Sex and the Austen Girl

Season 1 Episode 19

Clothes Make the Many

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Clothes Make the Many
"In Jane Austen's time, there was no such thing as casual Friday. No t-shirts, jeans, or--heaven forbid--bare arms. In fact, not only did a gentleman wear a real shirt, he always wore over it a coat with tails and a neckcloth, especially in the presence of a lady. Can you imagine what one of those ladies would think of men's casual looks today? ""Everyone looks like farmers and workmen,"" says Jane, our time-traveling heroine from 1813 England. As for Courtney, who has taken Jane's place in Regency England, she's loving the Mr. Darcy fashion vibe. For a chance to win signed copies of the novels that inspired this series, go to In this Freaky Friday-meets-Masterpiece Theatre comedy, two women have inexplicably switched bodies, time periods, and lives: One from Regency England, the other from 21st-century Los Angeles- they debate the pros and cons of life and love in today's world vs. Jane Austen's world. Inspired by the best-selling novels RUDE AWAKENINGS OF A JANE AUSTEN ADDICT and CONFESSIONS OF A JANE AUSTEN ADDICT."moreless

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