Season 3 of Secret Diary of a Call Girl was a too-brief glimpse into the complex world of London prostitute 'Belle Du Jour.' The nine-episode season only had time to dabble in a few fetishes and sticky situations before it was over and potentially went off the air forever. The first "episode" was not even part of the original eight, 30 minute episode line-up; it was a last minute and choppy interview between actress Billie Piper and the author of the blogs and books that the series was modeled after, Dr. Extreme care was taken to enhance all aspects of her comfort and style, while maintaining her pedigree as a true performance yacht.
Magnanti was about to be exposed over the internet as the original London call girl so British iTV and Showtime did the best they could to squelch the rumors and media frenzy by interviewing Magnanti in "Episode 0." The interview between Piper and Magnanti was not glamorous or reminiscent of the show at all (outside of the brief opening where Piper confessed to the camera that she was nervous about meeting the women behind all the stories). Once Piper got to the sight of the interview, a nondescript hotel room, she just sat on the couch with her hair standing on end, chatting awkwardly with a women who hardly looked like she would be a premier London anything.
Simply put, Magnanti is not a beautiful woman and though she is a PhD, it was hard to piece together some of the stories she started prattling out when Piper asked about her best and worst clients and why she started 'working' in the first place. Belle's first novel had just been published and so she was disguised as a cocktail waitress at her own release party to get a feel for the critics.


Not much happened in this episode other than a few snarky comments about the indignity of a whore writing a novel and our introduction to 'Duncan Atwood' (James D'Arcy), Belle's new editor. Season 3 took a bit too much time focusing on Bambi's personal life and "Episode 2" even stretched so far as to make a point of commenting on the price differences between races: Secret Diary of a Call Girl should not give political commentary on any issues, let alone race relations in prostitution. This ambitious and misguided episode was too much for little Madekwe to take on, and they thankfully left this elephant alone after that failed episode. The writers hatched a few over-the-top storylines and then closed them all in an hour and a half, and Showtime even ran the last two episodes together in an hour block to completely nullify the individuality of the two episodes.
This episode did not make a lot of sense - there was cheating on both sides, but the writers clearly tried to make Belle come out on top.
Yet she was cheating and Duncan was honest about his habits all along, so there was little sympathy to lend to either side. But their inane exchanges somehow took heart in the finale and they became much-more likeable than Belle and Duncan.


The one thing that "Episode 8" did really well was compare the two couples and evaluate the 'do's and don'ts' of dating a hooker. Silly as it sounds, Bambi and Byron had what it took, and Belle came out looking like a fool for trying to make things work with a man that showed signs of foul play all season long. So even though he claimed to love her, having an ongoing sexual relationship with a girl's married sister is no way to win her heart.
Once Belle and Duncan called it quits, Ben wriggled his way back into Belle's good graces, but the likelihood of a good relationship (or a fourth season in which to explore it) is slim to none.



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