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Mistresses Sneak Peek: Joss' Past Comes Back to Implicate Her?

“Have you seen Basic Instinct?”

That sounds like a strange question for Joss’ attorney David (Corey Sevier) to be asking the falsely accused murder suspect on this Thursday’s Mistresses (9/8c on ABC), but the twisted tales of Joss’ past interpersonal relationships (romantic and otherwise) paint a picture for the LAPD as damning as a fingerprint-covered ice pick.

Of course, very former BFF Calista’s not helping matters — especially since her first hubby’s death has been definitively ruled a suicide.

Press PLAY below to see just how bad things look for Ms. Carver — and to check out what she looks like in prison blues — then share your thoughts below!

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6 Comments
  1. KayCeeCee says:

    Poor Joss

  2. meatwad says:

    Damn Joss stay strong

  3. Eran says:

    Nothing can make me break up with a show faster than a wrongfully-accused storyline.

  4. Shar_bee says:

    I am really surprised they are doing a Joss law storyline when it just highlites Savvi being gone.

  5. tvjunkie says:

    The storyline has had some major plot holes. There would be phone records of Joss trying to call Calista at the time of the murder. Also the cell phone carrier would be able to retrieve a copy of the message she left at the time. Furthermore Calista’s body language in every interview screamed “I’m lying my butt off.” Then you have the guy who installed the camera. No mention was made regarding him. Was he paid off? Wouldn’t there be a record of work order with his employer? The cops didn’t even bother to investigate the lie about Joss being obsessed with Calista, they just took her word for it, the word of someone with all the motive int he world to want her husband dead. It’s a good thing most cops in real life aren’t as inept as those involved in the plot line on this show.

  6. robandco says:

    I love when everything is against a character. It makes me want to punch something but it is so good. I wonder how they are going to free Joss. I hope it involves a fun Karen/April crime solving dynamic duo.
    Mmh. The lawyer is hot. Too bad he has no charisma because he would have been good for Joss when she get out of jail.