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Kiss Me, Kate 

In the midst of trying to prevent a strike by the city transit-workers union, Kate struggles to understand her feelings for Ben.


(as Michael Watkins)



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Episode credited cast:
Leonardo Prince
Charles McKay (as Meat Loaf Aday)
Jim Hayward
Tom Finnerman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Cummings ...
Protestor #2
Evan Frayne ...
McKay's Lawyer
Beefy Protestor (as Jase-Anthony Griffith)
Don House ...
Juliet Jarikre ...
Union Assistant


Kate is tasked with preventing a strike by the city transit-workers union. In her personal life, Kate struggles to understand her feelings for her partner, Ben Grogan, and accepts an invitation to have dinner with him. Lauren buys a painting for the firm, but discovers the artist may not be what he seems. Written by aim319

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Comedy | Drama




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11 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Judge David Nicastro: Ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to meet your mediator. This is Kate Reed. I will be back in an hour to check on your progress.
Kate Reed: Hi.
Charles McKay: Niki, you can't seriously leave us here with Little Miss Prada!
Kate Reed: Ah, excuse me. My name is Kate Reed and you can shut the frack up!
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I Would Do Anything For Love...
20 September 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Those pants Virginia Williams wears, along with the Perspex-looking high heels, in the scene where she asks Ben to help her with the authentication of the painting's originality, wow, that outfit was made for her! Emphasizing sleek shape! They should have given it to her!

As for that painting, it is of a bison? Are you freaking kidding me? I have looked and looked, but I check no buffalo, buddy.

There's this guy Charlie in the story-line, and I thought he was doing a terrific job as a disgruntled union boss. While watching, thought he was likely to be the Meat Loaf Aday guy, odd, his name sounds like that singer. Who happens to be an idol of mine, for being the legend that sang I WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE (BUT I WON'T DO THAT) ages ago (back in 1993). There I sat, focused on Sarah Shahi as usual. Then, almost through the second round with the subtitles, it finally dawned on me. That IS Meat Loaf, I had recently found out his surname is Aday, back when he had that unfortunate collapse on-stage several months ago.

So, I was unbiased in my favorable report on him. Had I known it was THAT Meat Loaf, I would have rooted for him from the start. As it happens, I just saw a guy giving a thoroughly convincing performance.

Anybody who hasn't seen Meat Loaf in that phenomenal ground- breaking music video (directed by Michael Bay) doesn't know what gloriously-filmed music videos are about!

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