Accidentally on Purpose: Season 1, Episode 2

Memento (28 Sep. 2009)

TV Episode  |   |  Comedy, Romance
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When her boss raises the question of who Zack really is, it prompts Billie to go on a fact-finding mission as to the true identity of her baby's father.

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When her boss raises the question of who Zack really is, it prompts Billie to go on a fact-finding mission as to the true identity of her baby's father.

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According to their animals in the chinese zodiac, Zack (rat) was born in 1984 or 1985, Abby (monkey) was born in 1968 or 1969, and Davis (tiger) was born in 1986 or 1987. In the pilot episode, the movie poster found just outside the spare room is Rita Hayworth's Gilda (1946). In this episode, it is replaced with Fred Astaire's 1940 musical film Broadway Qui Danse (aka Broadway Melody of 1940). The flashback of Billie sneaking out of Zack's room and the actual occurrence in the pilot episode do not match. Ryan is wearing an entirely different outfit. A third person is no longer lying on the sofa in the flashback. Several items in the living room are also in the flashback that aren't originally in the pilot. Even the guys' reaction to Billie pointing out that the hooker in the video game's still moving is different. See more »

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