The Lying Game Review: Close, But No Cigar

This week's episode of The Lying Game set up to have a saucy little roadtrip, but unfortunately there were a few interruptions. In "Weekend of Living Dangerously" Emma and Ethan did their usual back and forth and something tells me I'm not the only one who was left a little bit frustrated!

It seems like everything that was about to happen, just didn't pan out. For instance, the kids never made it to Coachella, Mads and Thayer never got to confront Alec, Ted kept lying to Kristen, and Emma came very close to cashing in her v-card.

When we left off last week, Ethan was giving Emma the cold shoulder because he thought she slept with Thayer. Emma in turn, was told that Ethan had slept with Sutton. Both were flat out lies cooked up by the one and only devious Sutton Mercer. Hey, if she can't be happy then why should anyone else be, right? Read More...


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Mar 6, 2012 9:38PM EST

Well, they sure have taken the "Lying" part of the series seriously the last few weeks, right? Although I still like the show, I almost feel like it's been too many lies to untangle, and it's sort of taken away from the story plots and character development to have this messy of a web.

I think the best part of this episode was following up with Laurel's band on their way to fitting that they have car troubles on the way, that's so common amongst good young indie bands to have to deal with, and I definitely LOL'ed at the old folks home gig - kinda reminded me of the fake wedding in Arrested Development haha. And speaking of music, I love that song they used when Emma and Laurel were talking about how they feel about Baz and Ethan, I looked it up and found out it's "Sailin' On" by Dylan Champion never heard of him before but I want to hear more!

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