Sometimes We Need to Stop Everything and Remember that 'Models, Inc.' Ended with a Character Being Sold Into Sexual Slavery

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Sometimes We Need to Stop Everything and Remember that 'Models, Inc.' Ended with a Character Being Sold Into Sexual Slavery

By Courtney Enlow | Videos | October 22, 2013 | Comments ()


Everything moves so fast in this crazy world. Rarely do we take the opportunity to stop, smell the roses, and remember that primetime soap Models, Inc. ended with Carrie-Anne Moss being sold into overseas sexual slavery, aka, “Hell. Hooker hell.”

You know, they just don’t make finales like they used to.

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  • logan

    Why didn't someone tell me it had sex slavery?!?!? I would of watched.

  • The Replicant Brooke

    Wow. Diego is one amazing stereotype of a South American shady guy.

  • I think the far more important thing is that the second model from the left is Lilah Morgan, and my mind is blowed.

  • VonnegutSlut

    This clip is a perfect example of the theory that all movies and television take place in the same universe.

    Skinner clearly lost his mind a little bit when, after his divorce, he slept with that hooker & she ended up dead in his bed. Despite the fact that Mulder & Scully eventually cleared his name, he must have fallen into a vicious circle of meth & prescription drugs to deal with his demons. He eventually had to resort to stalking hookers & selling them into white slavery to pay for his habit.

    It was only after he was busted by an interdepartmental FBI-ICE-HSA-CIA task force that he agreed to testify in the trial against Diego The Devil Pimp & his international ring of Hooker Hellions. As recompense, he went into the Witness Protection Program and was relocated to Charming, California under the name Darby where he eventually ran afoul of SAMCRO and got blown up in his own meth lab.

  • flibbertygibbert

    that what incredibly disturbing. Where the F*** is Liam Neeson when you need him?

  • bastich

    I'm changing my out-of-office voicemail message to "I'm leaving town to get away from modeling, hooking, and you."

  • e jerry powell

    Because It Wins…™

  • e jerry powell

    So Very Spelling, a new fragrance from Dior.

  • bastich

    "Now you too can smell like a model!"

  • e jerry powell

    Cigarettes and cocaine!

  • Jim

    Gin and Stale Regret

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    What does cocaine smell like? Talcum powder?

  • manting

    baby laxative

  • e jerry powell

    That much I can say I don't know.

  • JennaTaya

    Now I'm mad all over again that show got cancelled.

  • For some unknown reason my father and I watched this episode, the only episode either of us had ever seen of the show.

  • I don't think that was meant to be a series finale.

    Which brings up the point of "How many season finales would work as the
    series ender?" If Breaking Bad ends with Season 4, we're left filling
    like it told its story. If The Wire ends with Season 4, we don't see deaths, but we get a tragic coda to the series. Terminator: TSCC had a great next-to-last episode that could have worked as a series finale, but the season finale was clearly not meant to be the end.

    Babylon 5 actually retconned its finale as the end for Season 4 in case it
    didn't get picked up for Season 5 and then pushed it back when it was

  • sanity fair

    I had forgotten about the glorious cheesiness that was Models, Inc.

  • Joe Grunenwald

    In his defense, Skinner was expecting a redhead.

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