Two bank robbers hole up in a dilapidated hotel waiting to divide their loot with a mob boss, when they fall prey to an unscrupulous femme fatale. Now one of the crooks must confront his worst fears.

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(as Mike Hurst)

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(created by), (created by) (as Steve Kriozere) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
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Barbara
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Jimmy
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Cynthia
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Lilith (as Tanit Phoenix)
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Divine Jessica ...
Herself
Princess Lexie ...
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Princess Rene ...
Herself
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Two bank robbers hole up in a dilapidated hotel waiting to divide their loot with a mob boss, when they fall prey to an unscrupulous femme fatale. Now one of the crooks must confront his worst fears.

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Genres:

Mystery | Thriller

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TV-MA

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Release Date:

10 June 2011 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Lilith: Money. It's been said it is the root of all evil. Well, tonight, in this seedy motel room, two men are about to find out that it's the devil's honest truth - that when the fickle finger of fate points in your direction, the most innocuous omen may be the harbinger of doom, and it may come in the most enticing package with a heart that beats of pure deceit. So tonight, I bequeath to you "The White Flower".
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Well acted, but too much exposition
8 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jimmy (William Gregory Lee from Justified) and his associate O'Brien are holed up in a seedy motel after a botched robbery attempt forces them to lie low for a bit. and while Jimmy obsesses over a white flower, they both enjoy the company of two escorts.

This episode, while well acted, was a bit on the boring side with nothing much happening until the last few minutes. Not to say I didn't like it, just that there was a bit too much exposition for a 30 minute anthology episode.

My Grade: C

Eye Candy: Cristin Michele goes full frontal; Tina Casciani shows T&A; and two uncredited extras also show T&A


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