Sweetbitter (2018– )
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Truffles and Champagne 

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Simone's ex-husband shows up in the restaurant and dredges up old feelings. Tess tries to figure out what, and whom, she really wants.


Geeta Patel (as Geeta V. Patel)


Christopher Oscar Pena (as Christopher Oscar Peña), Stephanie Danler (created by) | 4 more credits »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ella Purnell ... Tess
Tom Sturridge ... Jake
Caitlin FitzGerald ... Simone
Evan Jonigkeit ... Will
Eden Epstein ... Ariel 'Ari'
Jasmine Mathews ... Heather
Daniyar ... Sasha
Paul Sparks ... Howard
Jimmie Saito ... Scott
Eric D. Hill Jr. ... Eddie (as Eric D. Hill)
William Abadie ... Etienne
Rafa Beato ... Santos
Todd Gearhart ... Nicky
Gabriel Gutierrez ... Manny (as Gabriel Gutiérrez)
Ben Gougeon Ben Gougeon ... Truffle Patron


[STARZ] It's the holiday season, which means longer shifts, higher tips, and, most importantly, truffles, which intoxicate the whole crew. Will makes his debut as manager, and struggles not to blur the boundary between boss and friend with the other servers - especially when it comes to Tess. Sasha explains his new obsession: "The Secret", a way to bring goodness into your life by envisioning exactly what you want. Meanwhile, Simone is thrown off her game when Etienne, her French ex husband, shows up at the restaurant to sell champagne the two of them designed together. Simone finds herself pulled back in, imagining the life she could have had with him. With "The Secret" on the brain, and seeing how strangely Jake reacts to Etienne's presence, Tess tries to convince herself that Will is the guy that's best for her. However, she struggles to ignore her undeniable lust for Jake.

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11 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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Lame Opening Scene
11 August 2019 | by genious-35413See all my reviews

I've seen this exact same scene play out way too often - it's cliche at this point and a sign of amateur writing that thinks its being REALLY clever. I want to like shows about this industry but they are always so insufferable and taken with themselves. But I knew this after the first episode - it's just getting to be unbearable now.

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