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We'll Always Have Paris 

On a trip to Paris, Kate and Laura have a surprise passenger - their mom - who has come to settle some unfinished business with Laura; Maggie faces the unwanted attentions of an aggressive ... See full summary »


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On a trip to Paris, Kate and Laura have a surprise passenger - their mom - who has come to settle some unfinished business with Laura; Maggie faces the unwanted attentions of an aggressive passenger, and Dean and Colette share a momentary flirtation as he tries to track down some leads on Bridget. Written by ABC Publicity

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2 October 2011 (USA)  »

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When Kate and Bridget go into the church - they're obviously both Catholic, as they genuflect and make the sign of the cross - neither's head is covered. NO woman in the '60's would go into a Catholic church without some covering on their head, even a tissue, if nothing else were available. It simply was not done. See more »


Ted Vanderway: So if a dame left you without word - no, "It was fun," no, "We'll always have Paris," you'd go searching for her.
Sanjeev: I didn't say that. Hell, no.
Ted Vanderway: There you go.
Sanjeev: That is, unless... she was the love of my life.
[Dean looks away dejectedly]
Ted Vanderway: [Colette knocks on the cockpit door and enters with a dinner tray] What kind of name is Metropolitans, anyway, for a brand new ballclub?
Sanjeev: Stengel didn't do too bad for you boys in the Bronx.
Ted Vanderway: Yeah, until he went senile.
Dean Lowrey: [Colette hands the tray to Dean, smiling] Dinner ...
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »


Seule Ce Soir
Performed by Terry Day
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Going down in flames...
2 October 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Having spent 30 years as an international flight attendant, beginning my career as a 'flight steward' in the days of the 707 and DC8, I was cautiously optimistic when I read of a new "Mad Men"-inspired TV series based on one of my airline's competitors - Pan Am.

Mostly I cringed during last week's pilot. As others have pointed out, the actor playing the captain is closer to the age of a Pan American captain's SON. And if the aisle on the Boeing 707 had really been that wide, airlines would have included another seat in each row. Oh, and where are the cigarettes? On each of the inflight meal trays we served in those days, was a little package containing 3 Winston cigarettes. EVERYONE smoked.

But hey, that's all nit picking. The real problem with this show - suspected last week and confirmed tonight, after watching episode 2 - is that it's so excruciatingly B-O-R-I-N-G! I should have anticipated this: award-winning "Mad Men" is cable (where intelligent programs live) and "Pan Am" is network, where programs are just filler between the commercials.

Flying in the early days of commercial jets WAS exciting, but the writers of this show clearly have no idea how to bring that excitement to the small screen.

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