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Archive for the ‘Season Two’ category

The Truth about Season 3

October 5th, 2012

Claire is excited: “Now if you enjoyed Season 1 and thought Season 2 was even more fun… well you have the next thing coming! Season 3 will mark the return of so many things you love about Working Beauty so far and more!!! And of course I will return too … But before we start… […]

Last Red Monday …

October 1st, 2012

Red is sad: “This Monday is the last Red Monday before the teaser reel and the start of the third Season! … Just in time for fall! So don’t worry, there will be more horrible and even worse Mondays to come! But this feels like the right time to thank you all for supporting my […]

The Truth about Trilogies

September 28th, 2012

Claire is happy: “Ah, well… I think trilogies are overrated. Matrix? … Pirates of the Caribbean?… well, sometimes the third time around it got boring… But hey, that’s going to be completely different with Working Beauty. There’s too much cleavage to fail. It’s the hottest third tit since Total Recall! NOT the remake…!”

Season 2 Extras: Latex Jump(?)suit

September 26th, 2012

Red Monday Trilogy

September 24th, 2012

Red says: “I have to admit, we’ve been secretly shooting some episodes for the third Season of Working Beauty. It’s still hush hush, but let me tell you, it’s gonna be the best third installment since “Germlins”! I can’t eat carbs after dark too by the way!”

The Truth about Offices

September 21st, 2012

Claire is growing too: “Well if someone would have told me that I would learn something through working on an office set and playing a corporate career girl? I would have probably laughed and said it’s impossible for Claire to learn something there… But I did! I learned that I’d rather die than work in […]

Season 2 Extras: Mindwork

September 19th, 2012
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