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:: L I V I N '  L A  V I D A  L O C A ::
#4.2

SYNOPSIS


Shane tries to find Shay's parents and enlists the help of Max to do a computer search to track down their father who's disappeared.

Jenny lets down her guard with Stacey (Heather Matarazzo), a journalist from Curve Magazine, who writes a scathing review of her book. After reading it, Jenny freaks out on everyone around her, including Shay who runs away.

Max gets set up with the boss' daughter Brooke (Chelsea Hobbs) and the date becomes too heated. The couple gets interrupted by Brooke's father, which in some ways comes as a relief to Max.

Bette's job as the new Dean at California University's Arts College gets more than she bargained as she finds she has a slew of young admirers, including a pretty blonde TA, Nadia (Jessica Capshaw), who'll do anything to work for Bette.

Bette has her hands full dealing with her formidable new boss Phyllis Kroll (Cybill Shepherd).

With Tina's job at stake, her new boss gives her the ugly task of having to be the one to tell Helena the studio is letting her go.

Alice takes in Helena as a roommate and discovers that Papi (Janina Gavankar), the new hot lesbian lover in town, has no sexual limits.


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GUEST STARS


Cybil Shepard .... Phyllis Kroll
Steven Eckholdt .... Henry
Janina Gavankar .... Papi
Olivia Windbiel .... Angelica Kennard
Aidan Jarrar .... Shay McCutcheon
Chelsea Hobbs .... Brooke
Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman .... Cowboy
Rasika Mathur .... Student #1
Juan Carlos Velis .... Cook



Written By: ALEXANDRA KONDRACKE  Directed By: MARLEEN GORRIS

ORIGINAL AIR DATE - U.S.
Jan 14, 2007 ... 10:00PM ... Showtime

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Executive Producers ... Ilene Chaiken & Rose Lam
Director of Photography ... Robert Aschmann
Production Designer ... Ricardo Spinace
Edited by ... Lisa Binkley
Co-Executive Producer ... Elizabeth Ziff
Producer ... Angela Robinson
Creative Consultant ...Adam Rapp
Casting by ... Coreen Mayrs, CSA & Heike Brandstatter, CSA

Line Producer ... Kim Steer
Production Manager ... Ch
ristina Toy
Costume Designer ... Cynthia Summer
Associate Producer ... Louisa Rees
Music by ... ezgirl
Music Producer ... Howard Paar
Main Title Theme Composed and Performed by ... Betty
Staff Writers ... Cherien Dabis, Ariel Schrag, Alexandra Kondracke
Art Directors ... Cheryl Marion, Kristen Johnston
Set Director ... Linda Vipond
Property Master ... Bill Burd
Construction Coordinator ... Ross Walshe
Key Grip ... Garry Brook
Gaffer ... Scott Clark
Make-Up Artist ... Joann Fowler
Hair Stylist ... Paul Edwards
Production Coordinator ... Deana Kittson
Post Production Coordinator ... Koah Kruse
Unit Publicist ... Jackie Bissley



 


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