When Eliot poses as a country music singer to help run a con against a corrupt recording studio executive, things get complicated when he becomes a bona fide star.



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Episode cast overview:
Mitchell Kirkwood
Kaye Lynn Gold
Bruce Blanchard ...
Thug / Mossberg
Audio Engineer
Kelly Godell ...
Cute Hostess (Kelly)
Judd Eustice ...
PR Manager
Simon Pringle ...
Shane Gold
Teenage Girl #1
Beth Furumasu ...
Teenage Girl #2


One of Christian Kane's many talents is showcased when Eliot works a musical con. This is appropriate, since Eliot is the only one who gets why the songbird client, Kaye Lynn, dealt with the thuggish country music producer, Mitchell Kirkwood (Jon Schneider) at all. Parker is sporting more skirts for her casual wear; Sophie is the one with punk blue clip-on hair weave and Terminator glasses. As she goes rock and roll, Nate goes country. Eliot is a genuine hottie, Kenneth Crane (whether one likes lite country or not.) Hardison and Parker must grab the digital masters. Will Eliot follow a new star with Kaye Lynn, to be a part of the next Johnny and June? Written by LA-Lawyer

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18 July 2010 (USA)  »

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Parker seems to be playing a character who spoofs Icelandic singer Bjork. For one thing, Parker wears a dress covered in yellow feathers, with the neck and head of a duck around her neck. Bjork wore a dress resembling a swan at the 73rd Academy Awards on March 25, 2001. See more »


There are a number of errors during Eliot's fight in the recording studio as the story flips back and forth. The most glaring being when Eliot hits the goon with the drumsticks and the next shot that comes back to Eliot shows him just bringing the drumsticks into the fight. See more »


Eliot Spencer: Say pitchy one more time. Say pitchy one more time and see what happens. I don't even think that word means what you think it means.
Alec Hardison: It means pitchy.
Eliot Spencer: Define it.
Alec Hardison: You define it.
Eliot Spencer: I don't have to define it, I'm not saying it every five seconds!
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References Coupling (2000) See more »

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