The Client List (2012–2013)

I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent 

Faced with mounting bills at work and at home, Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) considers seeing a client who offers $50,000 to spend the night with him.


Suzanne Martin (creator), Jordan Budde (developer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Riley Parks
Loretta Devine ... Georgia Cummings
Colin Egglesfield ... Evan Parks
Rebecca Field ... Lacey Jean
Alicia Lagano ... Selena Ramos
Brian Hallisay ... Kyle Parks
Laura-Leigh Claire ... Nikki Shannon (as Laura-Leigh)
Cybill Shepherd ... Linette Montgomery (credit only)
Josh Hopkins ... Dylan
Elisabeth Röhm ... Taylor Berkhalter
T.V. Carpio ... Shelby Prince
Tammy Townsend ... Karina Lake
Michael Beach ... Harold Clemens
Marco Sanchez ... Graham Sandoval
Elaine Hendrix ... Earlene


Evan is cramming for police academy exams. Travis is found out cheating at school with buddy Ethan, but may have a learning disability, which the school no longer pays to have examined. Costs pile up for Riley with failing electricity at the Rub and mother in rehab. Gentleman businessman and single father Dylan enjoys her company enough to pay for a dinner at the Rub, even offers $50,000 for a single night before he leaves to Hong Kong for half a year. Kyle's lawyer Graham Sandoval warns that after all his privileges were revoked for a jail fight, changes are he'll remain locked up for years, so she reconsiders Dylanes initially waved offer. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


"Herold's Bar" is actually a real bar called Boardner's out in West Hollywood on Cherokee Avenue, where they filmed. See more »


Riley's client says his wife left him "14 months, two weeks and eight days" ago. That's actually 14 months, three weeks and one day. See more »

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