Femme Fatales/Bad Medicine

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Bad Medicine
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Season 1, Episode 3
Airdate May 20, 2011
Written by Steven Kriozere
Directed by Darin Scott
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Bad Medicine is the third episode of the first season of Femme Fatales.

Starring: Christine Donlon (Violet MacReady), Robert Lasardo (Laz Swan), Scott Bailey (Greg Cooper), Walker Brandt (Amy), Ariauna Albright (Dream Woman), Steve Kriozere (Doctor)

and Tanit Phoenix (Lilith)

Contents

Plot Overview

Nurse Violet MacReady must cope with more than just a bad boyfriend on the overnight shift when an injured psychopath takes over the hospital.

Notes

  • Not to be confused with the Bon Jovi song of the same title.

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

  • The movie that's playing on TV during the conversation between Lilith and Violet MacReady in the hospital is Creepshow, an anthology movie which tells five terrifying tales inspired by the E.C. horror comic books of the 1950s.

Memorable Moments

Quotes

  • Lilith: (in a nurse's uniform) All superheroes have a story of origin, from an awkward teenager that's bitten by a radioactive spider, a daring test pilot that's bestowed a very powerful ring, an alien from the planet Krypton that crash-lands on Earth. A femme fatale, you see, well, she's cut from similar cloth. Some women are born to be empowered and dangerous, and they embrace it according to their nature. Well, the essence of a femme fatale may be lying dormant, just waiting for fate to see her free.
  • Lilith: (still in her nurse's uniform) It looks like Greg is in for an electrifying experience. And as for our sweet Nurse Violet, she's blossomed into quite a woman – a newly-minted femme fatale in control of her own destiny and administering her own dose of bad medicine.