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Let's Be Bad 

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In the workshop, Derek seems to be changing both his professional and personal allegiance from Ivy to Karen, which places both women in an awkward and embarrassing situation. While Ivy ... See full summary »

Director:

Jamie Babbit

Writers:

Theresa Rebeck (creator), Julie Rottenberg | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Debra Messing ... Julia Houston
Jack Davenport ... Derek Wills
Katharine McPhee ... Karen Cartwright
Christian Borle ... Tom Levitt
Megan Hilty ... Ivy Lynn
Raza Jaffrey ... Dev Sundaram
Brian d'Arcy James ... Frank Houston (credit only)
Jaime Cepero ... Ellis Boyd
Anjelica Huston ... Eileen Rand
Neal Bledsoe ... John Goodwin
Will Chase ... Michael Swift
Leslie Odom Jr. ... Sam Strickland
Emory Cohen ... Leo Houston
Charlie Semine ... Paul Denby
Nitya Vidyasagar ... Jill Abrams
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Storyline

In the workshop, Derek seems to be changing both his professional and personal allegiance from Ivy to Karen, which places both women in an awkward and embarrassing situation. While Ivy continues to take her frustration out on Karen, Karen seeks support from Dev, who provides little as he is focused on his own issue of a job promotion. Despite Karen feeling that one of Dev's professional associates has her sights on him, Karen is able to funnel her energies and channel a little bit of Marilyn in helping Dev in his cause. Meanwhile, Leo gets into a situation with the police, which is bad timing for Julia as Frank is out of town, she has to complete the book, and her mind is focused on trying to avoid Michael (without success), with who the sexual tension continues. Tom indirectly comes to Leo's rescue, which factors into Tom's continuing question of whether he likes John as a potential boyfriend or not. Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Drama | Musical

Certificate:

TV-14
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Tom refers to Leo's release from police custody on a "bench warrant". A bench warrant is a judicial order for an arrest, not a release. Tom may have meant a "desk appearance ticket" but if so that contradicts the statement that Leo was not arrested, since an appearance ticket is an arrest. See more »

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Karen Cartwright: [after singing 'A Man Needs A Woman' to her mirror, and remembering how Ivy treated her] Try bringing that to the party.
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References CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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