Breaking In

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“Cash can do this; he’s been turning off women his whole life.”

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After Veronica (Megan Mullally) is unrepentant after stealing Oz’s (Christian Slater) pudding cup, he enlists the help of  Cameron (Bret Harrison) and Cash (Alphonso McAuley) to get his revenge by stealing her assistant Molly (Erin Richards). However, an unexpected result of everyone showering her with attention causes her to admit to Creepy Carol (Jennifer Irwin) that she’s fallen for one of the men in the office

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Breaking In – Game of Jones

by Alan Rapp on March 29, 2012

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When Molly (Erin Richards) senses a scam, Oz (Christian Slater) tries to prove the existence of Contra Security’s non-existant top international salesman. Jealous of the attention the firm’s fictional hero is receiving, Veronica (Megan Mullally) enlists the help of Cameron (Bret Harrison) to help make friends in the office which leads to poorly thought out “karaoke-luau-fondue-murder-mystery-cirque-du-so-game-night, and also comedy roast.”

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Breaking In – The Blind Sided

by Alan Rapp on March 22, 2012

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Due to the number of lawsuits Contra has accumulated recently the new corporate owners insist ever job now include a protocol officer, in this case Molly (Erin Richards), to make sure they don’t cross the line. For the team’s latest assignment Cam (Bret Harrison) and Melanie (Odette Annable) are charged with tracking down a hacker named Rembrandt who isn’t quite what they expected.

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Breaking In – Who’s the Boss?

by Alan Rapp on March 14, 2012

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Veronica’s (Megan Mullally) first order of business now that she’s taken charge of the company is to bring in some more paying customers. Unfortunately for Oz (Christian Slater), Cameron (Bret Harrison), and Cash (Alphonso McAuley) this means her attempt to nix Contra working their annual pro-bono contract for Maxim magazine.

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Breaking In – The Contra Club

by Alan Rapp on March 7, 2012

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  • Title: Breaking In – The Contra Club
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Honestly, I remember advertisements for the first season of Breaking In last year, but I don’t recall ever seen an episode air. Intially FOX cancelled the show after a shortened first season but the decided months later to bring it back for 13 more episodes.

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