GLOW (2017– )
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Money's in the Chase 

On the day of the big taping, Sam attends to unfinished personal business, while Ruth scrambles to make last-minute changes to the lineup.

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GLOW is set to have its first televised event, but it is without its main star and director, as Debbie has decided to move back in with Mark and Sam goes out to reconcile with Justine after discovering that she is his illegitimate daughter.

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Comedy | Drama | Sport

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23 June 2017 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Tammé mentions that she was once an audience coordinator for Family Feud. Kia Stevens' mother, Phyllis Durant, was a contestant coordinator for the game show. See more »

Goofs

Taking place in 1985, the movie theater marquee lists films playing at that time: Back To The Future, St. Elmo's Fire, and Dawn of the Dead. Except it should have been Day of the Dead (1985), not Dawn (1978). See more »

Quotes

[Arthie does a senton bomb on Rhonda]
Bash: Holy Toledo! Beirut's signature move, the Lebanese Cannonball!
[Arthie celebrates when she notices a group of angry men at ringside]
Spitter: Fuck you, terrorist!
[spits chewing tobacco at Arthie]
Bash: Oh! Uh, and we've got some animated fans in the audience.
Angry Dude #1: Dirty towelhead!
Angry Guy #2: Fuck you!
[confused look in Arthie's face]
Bash: And it looks like evil's winning today.
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References Dawn of the Dead (1978) See more »

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Invincible
Written by Simon Climie and Holly Knight
Performed by Pat Benatar
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Fight night, against the odds
31 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

An appropriate end to its first season, 'Money's in the Chase' brings it all together - as the cheesiest of '80s sports movies (throwing in Pat Benatar's "Invincible" for good measure). And it works. The wrestling's theatrical, colorful, and more than that, exciting.

Above all, it left me interested in the main characters (Maron, Brie, Gilpin) and up for another season.

7/10


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