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His name is Ray Drecker—high-school teacher by day, male gigolo by night. HBO presents Season Two of this hit comedy series that revolves around Ray’s unorthodox efforts to generate extra cash by selling his “winning tool” to desperate women. In Season Two, Ray decides that two pimps might be better than one when his teaching colleague Lenore Bernard uncovers his dirty little secret and wants in…to the chagrin of a devastated Tanya Skagle. Now all hell is breaking loose. To complicate matters, Ray’s ex-wife Jessica is losing touch with herself, her new husband and the kids she shares with Ray. Thomas Jane, Jane Adams, Anne Heche, Charlie Saxton, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Eddie Jemison, Rebecca Kreskoff and Gregg Henry star.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJust the Tip||(Season Two premiere) Ray's new co-partnership with Tanya and Lenore starts inauspiciously when he holds back during a tryst with a pregnant client named Claire, so he turns to Tanya for some advice. Later, Ray and other teachers picket the school in anticipation of summer layoffs. Jessica, already filled with doubts about her marriage to Ronnie and refusing to take calls from Lenore after her experience with the no-show gigolo (Ray), is stung by criticism from Darby and Damon. Looking to get an edge on Lenore and win back Ray's trust, Tanya ventures into a tough neighborhood for some liberating pimping advice from a real pro.||28:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Tucson Is the Gateway to D**k' or 'This Is Not Sexy'||Ray irritates Lenore, and risks losing a client, by giving Claire marriage advice. Tanya tries to prove she can land a big fish for Ray after being humiliated by Lenore during a meeting with a 60-year-old widow. Ray uses his sex earnings to pay for the school baseball team's transportation to away games, raising Mike's suspicions. Jessica embarrasses Darby by crashing an eat-in protest outside a fitness gym. At the end of a long day, Ray reconsiders accepting a gift delivered by his neighbor's wife, Yael.||28:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Mind Bullets' or 'Bang Bang Bang Bang Motherf**ker'||Ray gets more than he bargained for during an impromptu visit with Claire. Later, he tries to prove that he's not an insensitive ex-jock. Seething from the demands of her new boss at work, Tanya turns to Charlie for advice on how to deal with an even more irritable problem: Lenore. Meanwhile, Jessica feels the pinch of the economic downturn, but can't stomach Ronnie's remedy.||25:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Sing It Again, Ray' or 'Home Plate'||Ray gives Lenore an ultimatum, and probes Tanya about the possibility of cutting ties with her fellow pimp. Disturbed that Damon has defiled the school's baseball diamond, Ray considers Tanya's suggestion that Damon find a new hobby to shake him out of his recent doldrums. Flaunting Ray's warning, Lenore offers Jessica some advice in dealing with her situation with Ronnie. On his way to meet a new client, Ray has to think on his feet when he runs into Mike in a hotel lobby.||27:43||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'A Man, a Plan' or 'Thank You, Jimmy Carter'||Tanya lands Ray the 'white whale' of clients, but an emergency involving Damon (which started out when he debuted at a poetry slam) threatens to derail the date. With Mike at the end of his teaching rope, Ray decides to promote him to co-manager of the baseball team. Jessica is peeved with Ronnie for being overly-suspicious.||28:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBeaverland||Jessica turns to Ray for help with a rodent problem that may be imaginary. Rebuffed by Ray in her attempts to add Mike to her stable, Tanya gets guilt-management advice from Charlie, then goes to extremes to prove her success. Ray has difficulty thawing a client who is cold as ice.||27:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Middle East Is Complicated||A container of hummus puts Ray in the unenviable position of choosing cultural sides between Yael and a new client named Samara. Already upset after squandering her recent windfall, Tanya catches Ray in a cover-up--and turns to Charlie for some stress relief. Lenore seethes after learning of Tanya's duplicity; Liz surprises Ray with a revelation about her personal life.||27:37||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Third Base' or 'That Rash'||With his team's future wracked by vandals, Ray agrees to participate in a student-alumni baseball game, but an unexpected warm-up session with Claire threatens to put him on the disabled list. Fed up with Tanya's greed and confused by Mike's request for a donation, Frances doubts their affair. Jessica's old itch resurfaces, prompting Ronnie to deliver a sideline ultimatum to her ex.||28:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Fat Off My Love' or 'I'm the Allergen'||A bad day at school gets worse when Mike accuses Ray of betrayal. Ronnie vents his frustrations with Jessica at a dermatology banquet, sending his wife running for the exits. Empowered by confession, Tanya lashes out at Ray, Lenore, and Horny Patty.||26:26||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideo'Even Steven' or 'Luckiest Kid In Detroit'||Season Two Finale. Eyeing a possible second chance with Jessica, Ray contemplates a break from the business--but Lenore may not be willing to give him up without a fight. Emotionally frayed after separate encounters with Damon and Vera-Joan, Tanya visits Frances and Ray to try to make amends. After getting a lift from Mindy, Ronnie returns home to find that Jessica has made a decision that could impact both their futures.||26:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I just bought "Season 2" and there are only two or three new chapters. What happened?. Do not buy....
May be too witty for some...
I love the characters in this series...well written, well acted, and always tongue in cheek (so to speak). Try at least the pilot episode...you'll be hooked.