Hot in Cleveland: Season 1, Episode 4

The Sex That Got Away (7 Jul. 2010)

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During an event at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Victoria reconnects with a former rock-star boyfriend, while Melanie gets a bit overzealous with her music idol.


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During an event at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Victoria reconnects with a former rock-star boyfriend, while Melanie gets a bit overzealous with her music idol.

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The title is based on the 1953 song "The Man that Got Away" written for the movie "A Star Is Born" by Harold Arlen and the lyrics by Ira Gershwin. In 1955 it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song and became one of Judy Garland's standard tunes. See more »


[first lines]
Victoria Chase: Ice. I need ice.
Joy Scroggs: I realize it's happy hour somewhere, but isn't it a bit early even for you?
Victoria Chase: It happens to be an emergency.
[holding ice tray against the side of her neck]
Victoria Chase: I pulled a muscle fastening my bra.
Elka Ostrovsky: What's going on?
Joy Scroggs: Victoria's having a senior moment.
Elka Ostrovsky: Oh, I have those all the time. I can be walking along, happy as a clam, and suddenly I get this overwhelming urge to hit some young person with a stick.
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Hot in Cleveland 1.4 Sex that Got Away is Passable ***
7 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whie the previous episode was better, this one can hold its own very nicely.

Victoria is the main star in this one. Going with the other girls and Elka to a rock concert, she meets an old beau who dropped her years before. She plans to get back at him by throwing a drink in his face until he speaks well to her.

The hilarity really begins back at his pad. Both soon discover that the years have left them with some physical problems when they both try to make certain moves on each other.

Bette White really has a grumpy voice on the show. Her talk about the "bad boys" in Poland in the 1930s is not the greatest. I had warned her from the first show to stay away from that kind of material. I don't know what the writers are thinking.

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