The Client List (2012–2013)
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Try, Try Again 

TV-14 | | Drama | Episode aired 6 May 2012
A massage mishap breaks the ice with a sexy, eligible client, leaving Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) to wonder if she's ready to start dating. Meanwhile, Linette's (Cybill Shepherd) ... See full summary »

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A massage mishap breaks the ice with a sexy, eligible client, leaving Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) to wonder if she's ready to start dating. Meanwhile, Linette's (Cybill Shepherd) relationship with Garrett (Brian Kerwin) seems headed for the long haul until damaging secrets from Garrett's past force Riley to intervene. Written by Anonymous

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Linette Montgomery: You and me, we're tough as squirrel meat... and twice as pretty.
Riley Parks: Only twice? Lord.
[laughs]
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about as exciting as a lame TV movie
22 April 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

I have since been Googling again, and discovered that this is a Lifetime TV show. Being not an American and knowing what I do know from hearsay in various media, I'm not well versed on US channels, but I have encountered many disparaging comments made here on IMDb by reviewers/posters on the now defunct message boards re Lifetime, and loads of the stuff I've been noticing, mentioning, griping about in my previous reviews do make sense if you consider the source. Sounds intriguing, until you settle down for it, little more than morality tales. There IS more to this, it IS good, but it just doesn't have real zing. It generates no real buzz. This episode is even down from the previous. I'm sorry, it's not what I'd have liked to say. Ultimately, five episodes in, this is an idea which might not fall completely flat (I'm wearing kid gloves, as per my usual, see?) but it doesn't, er, rise to the occasion.

Five more episodes for the producers to try, try again. I doubt I will be signing up for Season Two.


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