Laura tries to conceal the fact that there is a nude painting of her entitled "October Eve" hanging in a New York art gallery. She eventually recalls the circumstances under which eccentric artist Serge Carpenta depicted her posing in the all-together.
Did You Know?
The title of this episode is an allusion to the painting "September Morn" by Paul Chabas. This painting of a young woman bathing outdoors was considered scandalous when it was shown in the United States in 1913. See more
The story told in flashback is probably about 4-5 years ago, yet when the now famous Carpetna is seen at the end of the episode in the studio where he used to live, he is wearing the same shirt and pants with the same paint stains as in the flashback. Also, seen on the walls at the end are the same paintings that were hanging there 4-5 years ago. As a struggling artist, at least some of the paintings would have been sold. See more
Listen, Sally, if it's the one I think it is, I can explain.
If you have to explain, it's the one you think it is.