This week on ABC's Cashmere Mafia
, Juliet (Miranda Otto
) toys with the notion of having a steamy encounter. Meanwhile, Mia (Lucy Liu
) goes one on one with a hotshot new magazine editor. Finally, Zoe (Frances O'Connor
) puts her foot down on Clayton's office romance.
Darren Star's post-Sex and the City
new series on four powerful, well-dressed career women returns Wednesday with a brand new episode called “Dangerous Liaisons.”
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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In this Wednesday's installment of Cashmere Mafia
, Juliet is unsure what to do as her emotions pull her in two directions. The thought of carrying on a physical affair with a seductive figure from her past leads her to seriously re-examine her feelings for Davis (Peter Hermann
Elsewhere, Mia clashes with the new male editor she herself tapped and hired for the re-launch of Modern Man
magazine. The two find themselves at odds with each other over the re-launch issue's controversial cover spread.
Meanwhile, in still more spoilers, Zoe is caught in the midst of a lurid office liaison between Clayton and Katherine (guest star Kate Levering). It may be that Zoe has had enough as she gives Clayton an ultimatum.
Finally on Wednesday's Cashmere Mafia
, Caitlin (Bonnie Somerville
) becomes a basket case of nerves as she is forced to handle the aftermath of being outed by a gossip blog.
“Dangerous Liaisons” features guest appearances by Lourdes Benedicto as Alicia Lawson, Bill Sage as Bobby Walsh, Jason Antoon as Todd McDonnell, Noelle Beck as Cilla Gray, Kevin Kilner as Clayton, Kate Levering as Katherine Cutler, Addison Timlin as Emily Draper, Kate Guyton as Tracy, David Ross as Mike, Vedant Gokhale as Raj, Griffin Matthews as Patrick and Purva Bedi as Juliet's assistant. Also making a special appearance is Tony Award-winning actress Christine Ebersole (My Girl 2
, Richie Rich
), who plays Caitlin's boss, cosmetics magnate, Lily Parrish.
's “Dangerous Liaisons” episode airs January 16 at 10pm on ABC.
-Rosario Santiago, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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