June and Mark are obsessed with a reality dating show, and Chloe convinces June to go out there and actually get in the game herself. But when Chloe and June end up asking the same guy out, they get sucked into their very own pseudo dating show, with James orchestrating various dating challenges as they compete to win this guy's affection.
Previously on Don't Trust the B---- In Apartment 23 Season 2 Episode 10 "Monday June", June has been so stressed and consumed with work that she has no time for anything else, including Chloe. Chloe's remedy for this is to slip June an herbal relaxant, but the next thing June knows, it's Tuesday and Monday is a complete blackout. As she tries to piece together what happened, June discovers some surprising things about herself. Meanwhile, James grapples with the idea that he may have impregnated June's friend, Crissy, on her wedding day.
On this week's Episode title "Dating Games", June and Mark are obsessed with a reality dating show, and Chloe convinces June to go out there and actually get in the game herself. But when Chloe and June end up asking the same guy out, they get sucked into their very own pseudo dating show, with James orchestrating various dating challenges as they compete to win this guy's affection.
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, also known as Don't Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23 and Apartment 23, is an American sitcom created by Nahnatchka Khan, which is broadcast on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The series premiered on April 11, 2012, following Modern Family, as a mid-season replacement during the 2011–12 television schedule. On May 11, 2012, ABC renewed the series for a second season.
A wide-eyed Midwestern girl moves to New York City to pursue her dream job only to find herself living with an outlandish girl with the morals of a pirate. June's (Dreama Walker) well-planned well-organized life takes a drastic turn when she arrives in New York to find that the corporate finance job she moved there for no longer exists. As she tries to navigate her newly single life in the big city, her Midwestern scruples are constantly put to the test by her wild and sophisticated party-girl roommate Chloe (Krysten Ritter) and Chloe's best friend, the actor James Van Der Beek (James Van Der Beek). The two girls form an unlikely friendship that leads them both to unexpected places and often-illegal experiences.
The series was originally titled Don't Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23 and was developed at Fox as a 2009 fall contender, but was eventually passed on. In January 2011, ABC green-lit the production of a pilot episode. In February and March 2011, Dreama Walker, Krysten Ritter, and James Van Der Beek were cast as the three leads. On May 13, 2011, ABC picked up the project to series under the shortened title Apartment 23. A few days later, ABC announced that the show would most likely debut in the 2011–12 mid-season.
On October 11, 2011, it was reported that ABC was again renaming the show, this time to a bowdlerized version of its original name, replacing the word "Bitch" with the letter "B" followed by four hyphens.
The series revolves around the lives of two different women—a barista who lost a high-profile upscale job and a savvy street smart con artist—who are roommates in a New York City apartment, with elements of The Odd Couple thrown in for good measure. Actor James Van Der Beek, who plays a fictional version of himself, has a supporting role.
The first two episodes were made available on iTunes, Hulu, ABC.com and on Xfinity in the United States before the premiere on April 11, 2012. In Canada, the first episodes were made available on Rogers on Demand and on Citytv.com, also before the April 11, 2012 premiere. On May 11, 2012, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 was renewed for a second season, with the remaining six episodes of season one airing as a part of it.
I really fell in love with this show. It is funny, fresh and original with amazing actors. I loved Krysten Ritter in Veronica Mars, Dreama Walker in Good Wife and James Van Der Beek in One Tree Hill and Dawson's creek. Also, I was pleasantly surprised by Liza Lapira who played Ivy in my beloved Dollhouse. But enough about actors. I really hope this show will be successful (don't see any reason why it shouldn't be), because there aren't enough snarky shows for women nowadays. Everything is too Disney-Glee sweet or too Jersey Shore vulgar. This is exactly between. And there are already legendary quotes going on. Don't miss out on this show. I laughed throughout the whole episode.