Fall Pilot Season 2011: Pan Am
And in Kate's room is Dr. Evil, who is actually way scarier now... more Blofeld, considering the real British accent. Kate poops her girdle and it turns out the due isn't going to kill her! He works for the British feds, and is now going to be one of her London contacts. Obviously, they had to test her and make sure she wasn't going to chicken out of being an American spy. She's got the job for good now, and she metter not mess up because this is called the "Cold War" for a reason, Katiepoo. She's no idiot and knows she's the woman for the job... and it turns out, someone else did too, because she was selected for the mission from a recommendation. Kate figures out that Bridget is the other spy just as we see Dean walk around her empty, half-moved out apartment, where her engagement pin is left behind. Kate is the new Bridget, because as far as the government cares, Bridget is no more. Dean, on the other hand, care a LOT about where Bridget is and is super bummed that she isn't there to give him British kisses.
In a restaurant elsewhere, Bobby Darin is now singing "Mack the Knife" as the girls giggle and drink and talk about how awesome it is to be them. "Vanished; today's mistakes. Their only trace attached: more wisdom." Laura is all sad about maybe not being good enough to be a stewardess and the girls have great camaraderie. The guys drink over at a bar about how sneaky and dumb women are, but I think it's supposed to be empowering to women, too. I dunno. Oh man, and the last thing we see is Bridget miserably creepily looking in from outside the bar, staring at Dean then getting into a cab.
The next day, we're starting over at another airport, where the Pan Am ladies are walking perfectly in unison to another plane and a cute little girl is staring at them and, while the final scene is a little too slick for my taste, she is downright enchanted.
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