Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Apr 11
2012

Pilot

When naive June is scammed by her new roommate Chloe, she decides to turn the tables on her and by doing so earns Chloe’s respect.

2 Apr 18
2012

Daddy's Girl ...

June begrudgingly lets Chloe set her up on a date; James teaches an acting class in which he can’t escape his Dawson persona.

3 Apr 25
2012

Parent Trap ...

On top of a demanding internship and two jobs, June also must figure out how to clean up a mess created by one of Chloe’s ill-conceived ideas; James is excited when he la…

4 May 02
2012

The Wedding ...

When a wedding invitation leaves single June down in the dumps, Chloe tries to give her more confidence —but does too good of a job.

5 May 09
2012

Making Rent ...

After struggling to make ends meet, June comes up with a creative way to make extra money; James launches a line of super-skinny jeans.

6 May 16
2012

It's Just Sex ...

Chloe encourages June to try casual sex; an embarrassing video of James and Chloe leaks, causing James to worry about its effect on his likeability.

7 May 23
2012

Shitagi Nashi ...

June tries to keep up with Chloe and her party lifestyle; James loses it when he finds out that Dean Cain has a bigger dressing room than he has.

About Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

The series revolves around the lives of two different women who are roommates in a New York City apartment, who become involved in the ultimate art of turning the tables on each other and everybody else.

The unlikely situation begins when June, a recently hired cafe barista — and whose dream job and previous apartment were shattered by her CEO’s involvement in the Bernie Madoff scandal that left her in debt — befriends a patron named Chloe, who offers a place to stay, not knowing that she’s a con artist and successfully rips June off after she moves in. Unfortunately, Chloe is stunned to learn that the supposedely naive June can also play that game as well. This prompts the two to use those talents to good use in order to survive in the city, with help from actor James Van Der Beek, who also assists in their plotting.

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