GLOW (2017– )
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Money's in the Chase 

On the day of the big taping, Sam attends to unfinished personal business, while Ruth scrambles to make last-minute changes to the lineup.

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Tristram Shapeero
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alison Brie ... Ruth Wilder
Betty Gilpin ... Debbie Eagan
Sydelle Noel ... Cherry Bang
Britney Young ... Carmen Wade
Marc Maron ... Sam Sylvia
Britt Baron ... Justine Biagi
Kimmy Gatewood ... Stacey Beswick
Rebekka Johnson ... Dawn Rivecca
Sunita Mani ... Arthie Premkumar
Kate Nash ... Rhonda Richardson
Marianna Palka ... Reggie Walsh
Gayle Rankin ... Sheila the She-Wolf
Kia Stevens ... Tammé Dawson
Jackie Tohn ... Melanie Rosen
Ellen Wong ... Jenny Chey
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Storyline

GLOW is set to have its first televised event, but it is without its main star and director, as Debbie has decided to move back in with Mark and Sam goes out to reconcile with Justine after discovering that she is his illegitimate daughter.

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Comedy | Drama | Sport

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Release Date:

23 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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Netflix See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Alison Brie (Ruth Wilder) & Rich Sommer (Mark Eagan) also worked together on Mad Men (2007) as Trudy Campbell & Harry Crane respectively. See more »

Goofs

When Debbie stood up to challenge Ruth's character, she spoke her true self; a housewife and in her normal accent, yet after the match, she suddenly became her "Liberty Belle" character, complete with southern accent. That kind of confusion was frowned upon severely in 1980s wrestling. See more »

Quotes

Regina: Justine? Uh, uh, someone is here to see you.
[Sam arrives in the house]
Regina: You kids want anything?
Billy Offal: No. Thanks, Mom.
Sam Sylvia: I'll take some coffee.
Regina: Oh.
Sam Sylvia: Thank you.
Justine Biagi: How did you find me?
Sam Sylvia: I called the pizza place. I ordered a pizza. I shook down the kid who brought it, and he sang like a canary.
[looks at Billy]
[...]
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Crazy Credits

The credits were scrolled next to the final scenes of this episode. See more »

Connections

References St. Elmo's Fire (1985) See more »

Soundtracks

Things Can Only Get Better
Written and Performed by Howard Jones
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Fight night, against the odds
31 August 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

An appropriate end to its first season, 'Money's in the Chase' brings it all together - as the cheesiest of '80s sports movies (throwing in Pat Benatar's "Invincible" for good measure). And it works. The wrestling's theatrical, colorful, and more than that, exciting.

Above all, it left me interested in the main characters (Maron, Brie, Gilpin) and up for another season.

7/10


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