Laura's mysteriously super-blonde hair
Kate's frustration with her family is growing on us, as we do get antsy with her sister Laura's naivete and we're really pushing for Kate to be a good CIA agent. Speaking of! Is Bridget going to be a real character in this show or what? She's there...and she's not. She's like the dead narrator voice of Desperate Housewives or something, and we're already tiring of the her-and-Dean story because he's so quickly moving on...to French flight attendant Colette, whom the show is quickly making out to be a slut.
We're afraid for Colette! She's being quite cavalier and that usually means something very bad is planned for her in the future. And Dean's half-assed attempts to track down Bridget while Colette flirting (simultaneously) are not doing anything toward making him a likable character.
Dean and Bridget chat with the proprietor of a Paris nightclub
And then the show finally gave Christina Ricci her moment when she stabs a First Class passenger with a salad fork for drunkenly attempting to assault her. Go, Christina! Or rather, her character Maggie. It seems that Maggie's deal is that she's to be on the edge of being fired all the time, despite being such an excellent flight purser that Pan Am specially heli'd her out to Idlewild (not called JFK Airport yet) for a flight on the first episode.
Next week's promo promises some servicemen and more CIA intrigue, so we'll see how things improve, if they do.