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James is initially shocked when he learns a sex tape of him and Chloe is being released on video. After consulting media experts, he only worries about the unflattering amateur production and plans to discretely remake it professionally, but Chloe develops a most atypical 'conscientious' objection. An assertiveness push from Chloe gets June to seek distraction from her ex's wedding in a one night stand. Charles, the heavenly hot coffee-shop customer she fancies, turns out to share enough interests to agree, but even less resilient emotionally when it's time to break up, and his beloved parrot escaped. Written by KGF Vissers

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Chloe: [offering her a snack, but not letting her forget she found her in a compromising situation] Corn dog, horn dog?
June Colburn: I don't know why you're here. I thought you were leaving town.
Chloe: The plane left without me, and I was even on time, they said to be there at eleven, and I got there eleven-thirty.
[teasing, about what happened in bathroom:]
Chloe: My little girl, learning to play the lady harp.
June Colburn: [breezes past] Ugh.
Chloe: So, who was it, who were you strumming to?
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naive June and worldly-wise Chloe
2 February 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

This is another winner from what has become one of my all-time favorite shows. It beautifully illustrates that June is far too soft-hearted, though, of course, The Raven just loves, just adores, a beautiful warm heart like that. But the brash New Yorker represents cold hard reality, also real sensibility, by saving her from pursuing a loser dude, the crybaby.

Loved how June went weak-in-the-knees when she stared at the guy's abdominal muscles. As June, Dreama Walker has got to be the cutest nerd on the planet!

(by the way, I know the ladies would go ga-ga for that guy, yes, he has the required physique, and, yes, more than amply, but the actor's attempts at crying, man, I know this is a comedy playing for laughs, but the guy was just pathetic at that as an actor)

Krysten Ritter is awesome. She is obviously the very embodiment of what the producers had in mind. James Van Der Beek is hilarious! The regular cast are at the top of their game!

I heartily recommend this. And everyone of the episodes I have seen so far. The nearest I can get to having something else along the lines of CALIFORNICATION grace my screen. Don't gasp hearing that name. This one isn't as sexually explicit, but the humor is quite advanced. Loved "lady harp" in this one. Colorful contemporary sharp witty dialogue. A winner.

A great find for smart, upbeat viewers. Dumb people would be offended if they understood all the explicit innuendos.

For the uninitiated out there, you don't know how good this great thing is.


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