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Episode 14 : Leather Cribs and Medieval Rack

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Episode 14 : Leather Cribs and Medieval Rack

Posted by Stephanie Hill

Rating  :  

6.0

Season 1

Duration  :  

30m

Christy and Bonnie come clean about the secrets they've been keeping from each other. Meanwhile, Violet and Luke discover they have different ideas about parenting.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Pilot
4.3
Episode 2 : A Pee Stick and an Asian Raccoon
6.0
Episode 3 : A Small Nervous Breakdown and a Misplaced Fork
6.7
Episode 4 : Loathing and Tube Socks
6.7
Episode 5 : Six Thousand Bootleg T-Shirts and a Prada Handbag
6.3
Episode 6 : Abstinence and Pudding
6.7
Episode 7 : Estrogen and a Hearty Breakfast
6.0
Episode 8 : Big Sur and Strawberry Lube
6.7
Episode 9 : Zombies and Cobb Salad
6.7
Episode 10 : Belgian Waffles and Bathroom Privileges
6.3
Episode 11 : Cotton Candy and Blended Fish
6.7
Episode 12 : Corned Beef and Handcuffs
6.3
Episode 13 : Hot Soup and Shingles
6.0
Episode 15 : Fireballs and Bullet Holes
7.0
Episode 16 : Nietzsche and a Beer Run
6.7
Episode 17 : Jail Jail and Japanese Porn
6.3
Episode 18 : Sonograms and Tube Tops
6.8
Episode 19 : Toilet Wine and the Earl of Sandwich
6.3
Episode 20 : Clumsy Monkeys and a Tilted Uterus
6.7
Episode 21 : Broken Dreams and Blocked Arteries
6.3
Episode 22 : Smokey Taylor and a Deathbed Confession
7.0

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