Max invites Logan to a dinner at her place but instead of having a good time together, Logan is set on investigating a suspicious transportation of what he thinks is medical supply. Max ... See full summary »

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Kendra Maibaum (as Jennifer Blanc)
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Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)
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Donald Lydecker (credit only)
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Gerhardt Bronck
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Jorge (as Jose Vargas)
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Max invites Logan to a dinner at her place but instead of having a good time together, Logan is set on investigating a suspicious transportation of what he thinks is medical supply. Max begrudging agrees to help him survey the scene. Later, Logan is captured by the very person he is pursuing and kidnapped. He is demanded to give up the identity of Eyes-Only just as Max impersonates him on TV, saving him in the process. Back at Jam Pony, Normal has a date with a woman who is actually transgender. After he finds out, he decides that he doesn't care about her past, only to discover that Louise is a lesbian. Written by Ploy P.

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Repeated references to tricolore sauce and pasta tricolore. The word 'tricolore' in this case means having the three colors of the Italian flag, green-white-red. While 'puttenasca' or 'marinara' sauces have fairly specific recipes 'tricolore' can be anything with green-white-red ingredients. To complicate matters pasta tricolore can refer to penne or fusilli pasta made with a mix of spinach-plain-tomato flours. See more »

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When Max calls Logan to tell him about Bronck's plan and gets the answering machine, she's still talking when Bling picks up the phone. See more »

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References Gilligan's Island (1964) See more »

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