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PESCADO Y PECADO
by Suze Campagna & Sierra Christman
directed by JJ Mayes

2 Episodes
10/3/09 - 10/10/09

Come for the Fish, Stay for the Sin.

CAST

C.M. Gonzalez

Madame (Eps. 1-2)

Rachel Howe

Cinnamon (Eps. 1-2)

Natasha Norman

The Black Widow (Eps. 1-2)

Ari Radowski

Eli (Eps. 1-2)

Alyssa Preston

Margaret (Eps. 1-2)

Bonnie He

Jade (Eps. 1-2)

Natascha Corrigan

Cayanne (Eps. 1-2)

Jeremy Aldridge

Mitch (Eps. 1-2)

Ariel Francis

Kelsey (Ep. 1)

Lauren Nasman

Kelsey (Ep. 2)

David Mayes

Senator Milton (Eps. 1-2)

Michael Holmes

Tom the Reporter (Eps. 1-2)

Richard Levinson

The Health Inspector (Eps. 1-2)

Colin Willkie

The Man (Ep. 1)
Slave Boy (Ep. 2)

Chairman Barnes

The Priest (Ep. 2)

PHOTOS

EPISODE ONE (10/3/09)
Photos this week by Aaron Francis


C.M. Gonzalez as Madame, proprietor of "Pescado y Pecado."
Once prostitution was legalized, Madame merged her
escort service with her father's seafood restaraunt.


The ladies of Pescado y Pecado: Cinnamon (Rachel Howe), Jade (Bonnie He),
Cayanne (Natascha Corrigan) and The Black Widow (Natasha Norman).


A family of native, unsuspecting tourists wander in.
L-R: Mitch (Jeremy Aldridge), Margaret (Alyssa Preston),
Kelsey (Ariel Francis) and Eli (Ari Radousky).


The kids are bored.


Dad tries the Cinnamon Juice.  Eli wants some, too.


Senator Milton (David Mayes) insists he's only there for the seafood.


Margaret
attempts to decipher the intricacies of her cell phone.


Margaret phones the authorities.


Kelsey wonders what the Black Widow's whip is for.


Black Widow shows her, with the help of a customer (Colin Willkie)...
and Kelsey quickly puts her new knowledge to use on Tom the Reporter (Michael Holmes).


"Health inspection! Freeze!"
Richard Levinson as The Health Inspector

EPISODE TWO (10/10/09)
Photos this week by Suze Campagna


Hazy goings-on.


Madame makes arrangements to make the Health Inspector happy... very happy.


A priest (Chairman Barnes) visits, and soon has his eye on Kelsey (now played by Lauren Nasman).


Margaret leads a group of protestors (Anna Baardsen & Bonnie He).


Extremism in the pursuit of virtue.