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And the Worst Selfie Ever 

Not Rated | | Comedy | Episode aired 15 April 2013
Caroline contacts ex-boyfriend Andy and invites him over for casual sex, however she gets a lot more than she bargained for. Meanwhile, Max helps Han after a bad online dating experience.

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Caroline contacts ex-boyfriend Andy and invites him over for casual sex, however she gets a lot more than she bargained for. Meanwhile, Max helps Han after a bad online dating experience.

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Final tally for cupcake business venture: $205.00. See more »

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In one scene, Caroline says she has an iPhone 3 and takes a selfie with a flash. iPhone 3s do not have a flash. See more »

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Caroline Channing: My new sheets from the Under A Dollar store feel so luxurious. Like maybe they could cost over a dollar. Maybe even two or three.
Max Black: Yup. It was a good day over at the Under A Dollar. Steak, bed stuff and my new steak-eating chair.
Caroline Channing: Doesn't it worry you that you got meat and furniture for the price of an Angry Birds update?
Max Black: Yeah, it worries me that it'll never happen again. Sheets and steak? Never dare to dream it.
Caroline Channing: These sheets smell amazing too. Thanks to that one little fabric softener ball, also...
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References Hawaii Five-0 (2010) See more »

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Second Chance
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Written by Bjorn Daniel Arne Yttling, Peter Andreas Moren, John Thomas Daniel Eriksson
Performed by Peter Bjorn and John
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