Lipstick Jungle, Season 2HDClosed Captioning
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In the new season, Nico makes her boldest moves yet, locking horns with a sexy new boss at Bonfire, as well as legitimizing her love affair with a much younger man. Movie exec Wendy supports her husband’s music career when it suddenly takes off, but a decision to help a friend suddenly poses irreparable damage to her reputation and puts her own career in jeopardy. And fashion designer Victory summons every resource she has to purchase her business back from her former lover — an arduous task that leads her down a wild and unexpected romantic path. Starring Brooke Shields (Suddenly Susan), Kim Raver (24), and Lindsay Price (Beverly Hills, 90210).
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Eight: Pandora's Box||Nico (Kim Raver) is haunted by her infidelity when Charles (Chris Cousins) gives her a photograph that Kirby (Robert Buckley) took of her during their affair. Overcome with guilt, she debates whether she should tell Charles the truth and decides to go to extreme measures to save her marriage. Wendy (Brooke Shields) decides to cut back on her hours at the office and spend more time at home after she finds her under-age daughter, Maddie (Sarah Hyland), at a bar. Her transition into domestic life is not an easy one especially when her opinionated mother (Moore) unexpectedly comes to the city for a visit. Victory (Lindsay Price) finds it difficult to avoid Joe (Andrew McCarthy) who is desperate to get her back. Trying to move on from their personal relationship, she hires a publicist Dahlia Morales (Perez) to help brand her business and find a retail space. Paul Blackthorne also stars.||43:00||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Nine: Help!||Secret Lovers -- Carlos Ponce (7th Heaven) guest-stars. Nico (Kim Raver) tries to adjust to her new life as a widow, but the appearance of Megan (guest star Shannon McGinnis) -- her husband's former student and secret lover -- only makes the road rockier. Victory (Lindsay Price), on the other hand, begins renovations on her new store and meets a handsome contractor named Rodrigo (Ponce), who piques her interest. Wendy (Brooke Shields) is caught in a predicament when she learns her latest film is in jeopardy after its star, who is also her friend, trusts her with a secret. She wonders: should she protect her film and studio or stand by her friend who needs her support? Andrew McCarthy, Robert Buckley and Paul Blackthorne also star.||42:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Ten: Let It Be||Trouble in paradise -- Things are heating up quickly for Victory (Lindsay Price) and her new contractor Rodrigo (Carlos Ponce), but problems arise when Joe (Andrew McCarthy) constantly interrupts her new relationship. Nico (Kim Raver) has a lot on her mind as she butts heads with the new CEO Griffin Bell (James Lesure, "Las Vegas") and Kirby (Robert Buckley) complicates matters when he insists on taking their relationship out in public. Meanwhile, Victory gets a surprise when Rodrigo shares that he has another woman in his life. Elsewhere, Wendy is consumed by her new John Lennon project, which begins to affect her personal and professional life. Paul Blackthorne also stars.||41:46||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Eleven: The F-Word||Bad Words: Victory (Lindsay Price) and her contractor boyfriend Rodrigo (guest star Carlos Ponce) get more serious when he tells her that she should meet his daughter. Even though her publicist Dahlia (guest star Rosie Perez) does not approve of the relationship, Victory is determined to make it work and plans to meet Rodrigo's daughter Celia. Unfortunately, things do not go the way Victory imagined they would. Nico (Kim Raver) is finally ready to go out with Kirby (Robert Buckley) publicly and asks him to be her date to a glitzy charity event. While her future with Kirby is on the rise, the past she has tried to forget reenters her life due to unfortunate circumstances. After being abruptly fired, Wendy (Brooke Shields) focuses her restless energy on life at home. Her problems with Maddie (Sarah Hyland) only get worse as she tries to embrace her role as a stay-at-home mom. James Lesure and Paul Blackthorne also star.||42:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Twelve: Scary, Scary Night||Dreams and desires - Victory (Lindsay Price) has a nightmare that Joe (Andrew McCarthy) falls and breaks his neck while mountain climbing in a blizzard. She struggles to figure out the meaning of the dream and calls Joe, only to find out that he is training to climb the Matterhorn. Nico (Kim Raver) makes pricey Christmas plans with Kirby (Robert Buckley) and offers to cover all the costs, but he insists on paying his own way. Later, Griffin (guest star James Lesure) asks Nico for her help in acquiring a sports magazine for the company by schmoozing the sexist owner. Meanwhile, Wendy (Brooke Shields) is upset when Shane leaves for a business trip without saying good-bye. She wonders when she became the needy housewife and finds solace in her friendship with Dennis (Ed Kerr), the father of her son's best friend. Paul Blackthorne and David Norona also star.||41:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Thirteen: The Lyin', the Bitch and the Wardrobe||Victory (Lindsay Price) is frantically prepping for her flagship store opening, but her publicist Dahlia's (guest star Rosie Perez) plans turn out to be a little too extravagant and way over budget. While Victory deals with the constant problems of her opening and fashion show, Joe (Andrew McCarthy) frets over his relationship with Victory and makes a life-changing decision. Meanwhile, Wendy (Brooke Shields) returns to her old stomping grounds at Parador Pictures to pitch a new project, but a young up-and-coming VP puts a damper on her triumphant homecoming. Later, Nico (Kim Raver) runs into her dead husband's mistress Megan (guest star Shannon McGinnis) along with Megan's baby Charlie. Instead of avoiding the awkward situation, Nico approaches Megan and instantly bonds with the baby much to her surprise. Robert Buckley, Paul Blackthorne and David Noroña also star.||42:51||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Fourteen: Let the Games Begin||Rosanna Arquette (The Whole Nine Yards) and Vanessa Marcil (NBC's Las Vegas) guest star - Let's Get Ready To Rumble - Nico (Kim Raver) nervously prepares to meet Kirby's (Robert Buckley) mother Tina (guest star Rosanna Arquette), but her nerves quickly turn to shock when Tina turns out to be less like a mother and more like Nico. Victory (Lindsay Price) is done with Rodrigo and focuses all her energy on winning the chance to design a sportswear line for a professional tennis player. She needs Joe's (Andrew McCarthy) help, but unbeknownst to her, he has been avoiding her at all costs after his failed marriage proposal. Meanwhile, Wendy (Brooke Shields) is upset and a bit jealous when Shane (Paul Blackthorne) signs with an attractive manager Josie Scotto (guest star Vanessa Marcil) who instantly books Shane on a movie, but the tables are turned when Wendy is recruited to produce the same movie. Also making cameos in the episode are sports figures Tiki Barber, James Blake, David Lee and Amani Toomer.||42:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Fifteen: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prada||What are friends for? - Wendy (Brooke Shields) walks in on Nico (Kim Raver) and Griffin (guest star James Lesure) having an enjoyable lunch together, which leads to tension and a sense of betrayal between the friends. The two must put their problems aside when they find that Victory (Lindsay Price) is a mess after she learns that Joe (Andrew McCarthy) was ready to propose to her. Nico and Wendy feel guilty for not letting their friend know that Joe bought a ring and decide to take Victory on a weekend getaway to get her mind off of her disastrous love life. Unfortunately for the three ladies, the spa trip is not relaxing as planned and leans more on the side of catastrophic. Robert Buckley also stars.||42:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Sixteen: Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner||Bringing family together - Mary Tyler Moore, Vanessa Marcil and Rosie Perez Guest Star - Wendy (Brooke Shields) rushes to plan and prepare a big locavore Thanksgiving dinner where all the ingredients used are local. Times get a bit more hectic when her judgmental mother Joyce (guest star Mary Tyler Moore), her newly single successor Sal (David Norona) and Shane's (Paul Blackthorne) distraught manager Josie (guest star Vanessa Marcil) all arrive for the festivities. Nico (Kim Raver) plans the perfect Thanksgiving with Kirby (Robert Buckley) but a last minute request from Megan (guest star Shannon McGinnis) leaves baby Charlie in the inexperienced couple's hands. Victory (Lindsay Price) is not looking forward to the holidays as she struggles to get over Joe (Andrew McCarthy), but things are on the upswing when an unexpected visitor asks her to design a wedding dress for his future bride in two days. As Victory feverishly works on her designs, dinner at Wendy's becomes out of the question and her ex-publicist Dahlia (guest star Rosie Perez) makes a surprising return.||42:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Seventeen: Bye, Bye Baby||Growing Pains--Nico (Kim Raver) and Kirby (Robert Buckley) adjust to life with baby Charlie and find themselves at a crossroads in their relationship. Victory (Lindsay Price) tries to land a new multi-million dollar client. Meanwhile, Wendy (Brooke Shields) is finding it increasingly difficult to get her latest project off the ground, especially when an arrogant movie producer tries to take her dream project from her. Paul Blackthorne and Sarah Hyland also star.||42:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure||James Lesure, Vanessa Marcil and Natasha Bedingfield Guest Star--Compromising positions--Tensions mount between Shane (Paul Blackthorne) and Wendy (Brooke Shields) when Josie (guest star Vanessa Marcil) offers Shane the chance to go on tour with Natasha Bedingfield. Victory (Lindsay Price) has to decide whether or not to shed her clothing for her brand's new ad campaign and learns a bit more about herself and her affections for Joe Bennett (Andrew McCarthy). An emotionally vulnerable Nico (Kim Raver) is riding a hormonal rollercoaster from fertility treatments and forms an unlikely bond with Griffin (guest star James Lesure). Robert Buckley also stars.||42:50||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Nineteen: Lovers' Leaps||The things we do for love -- Natasha Bedingfield and James Lesure Guest Star -- Wendy (Brooke Shields) discovers that Shane (Paul Blackthorne) is still considering going on tour with Natasha Bedingfield (guest star), which puts an obvious strain on their marriage. Nico's (Kim Raver) quest for parenthood takes a detour when a "New Media" executive challenges her sovereignty. The new difficulties at work result in a new level of intimacy between Nico and Griffin (guest star James Lesure). Meanwhile, Victory (Lindsay Price) tries to find the perfect way to propose to Joe (Andrew McCarthy). Robert Buckley and David Noroña also star.||42:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoChapter Twenty: La vie en pose||Wendy (Brooke Shields) makes a daring bid on a highly sought after film but struggles in her new role as a single parent when Maddie (Sarah Hyland) goes off the rails in Shanes (Paul Blackthorne) absence. Nico (Kim Raver) asks Dahlia (guest star Rosie Perez) to help boost her professional status and lands her a guest appearance on the Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda Kotb. Unfortunately, Nicos attempt to improve her professional image ends up wreaking havoc in her personal life. Meanwhile, a newly engaged Victory (Lindsay Price) unsuccessfully tries to get her down-home, Midwestern parents and Joe (Andrew McCarthy) to get along. Robert Buckley also stars.||42:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I love everything about Lipstick Jungle, especially Robert Buckley. But $2.99 per episode makes me sad :(
Uh oh, another one I'm hooked on!
iTunes has it right when they give away free episodes. I downloaded Pandora's Box last week when iTunes gave it away free. It is well-written and well-acted. It's also a good production and has terrific views of NYC, my home town. I don't think I'll buy it here, though. NBC has full episodes for free on their website. I'll probably watch it there.