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The L.A. Complex: Xs and Os

Abby (Cassie Steele) panics after making a very impulsive move with Gray (guest star Steve Byers). Kal (Andra Fuller) struggles to make a decision about his relationship with his dad. Beth (Dayle McLeod) is terrified that she might lose Simon (Michael Levinson). Nick's (Joe Dinicol) career sinks to a new low. Sabrina (Georgina Reilly) receives what could be career-changing news. Raquel (Jewel Staite) is getting in deeper and deeper at work. Meanwhile, Connor's (Jonathan Patrick Moore) sister Charlotte (guest star Tori Anderson) makes a move that completely shocks him.

Source: The CW

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x12
Airdate: Monday September 24th, 2012

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Alternate Airdates:

US (CW) Sep 24, 2012

Recap

The episode begins with Raquel and Connor enacting a scene for their movie. The cops come in during the shoot and arrest Connor for arson and insurance fraud. At the hospital, Kaldrick in dismay is watching his father who is on life support. His lawyer boyfriend comes in, and Kaldrick thanks him for being “here”. Kaldrick is informed by a hospital official that, his father’s insurance wouldn’t cover his medical bills. He is outraged at hearing this and tells the official “do you know who I am” and throws money at her. The lawyer calms him down, and tells the official to provide the patient with best medical care possible, if the hospital does not want to get sued. ..

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