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Watch now. Title: Episode 2. Belle goes to a date with a rich punter called Simon. However it turns out to be Alex who has set a trap to test whether she has given up escorting. He concedes that she loves her job more than him and finishes with her.
Bambi and Ben come to support her and, at Ben's suggestion, she writes a book about her experiences, which becomes a best-seller and she is seen going into a television studio to promote it. Written by don minifie Having watched season 1 of this series it was of no real surprise to me to find season 2 more or less starting off with the same approach as in season 1. I settled in for more of the same and started to wonder if it was even worth me bothering if it was content to deliver more of the same, but several things gave me pause and made me decide to watch the whole season to see where it goes.
One thing that was quite refreshing was that, although still filled with nudity and very soft-core images, the film doesn't seem to be revelling in it as it did in the first part of season 1. It felt like perhaps we were moving away from aiming at tabloids and that the writers were going to do a decent narrative arch and character development for those views who stuck with the show as opposed to those who were there to see Piper performing "acts". This impression is also helped by early moves to put Hannah at the front of the plots, with Belle's parts more of a background to add colour and continue a certain amount of the light, superficial air of the first season.
In short I figured that it might be worth a shot. And, in fairness, it does make efforts to be more interesting that season 1 and this does make it a shame that it doesn't pull it off. The most obvious problem is that the episodes are very short 20 minutes if you take out adverts and that there are only 8 episodes in each season - neither of these things really give you a lot of time to do much.
This shows in the development of Alex and Hannah's relationship, which is rushed from nothing to everything very quickly and accordingly never feels real or convincing. It is not quite that the series flicks a switch to make thing happen but in no area do we have much in the way of development.