Season 1, Episode 1
|Airdate||April 11th, 2012|
|Producer||Marshall Boone; Sally Bradford; David Hemingson; Casey Johnson; Nahnatchka Khan; Laura McCreary; Justin McEwen; Jeffrey Morton; Corey Nickerson; Chris Smirnoff; David Windsor|
|Starring||Krysten Ritter; Dreama Walker; Liza Lapira; Michael Blaiklock; Eric André; James Van Der Beek|
"Pilot" is the premiere episode of the situation comedy series Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. The episode was directed by Jason Winer and written by series creator Nahnatchka Khan. It first aired on ABC on April 11th, 2012.
Principal Cast Edit
|Dreama Walker||June Colburn|
|Michael Blaiklock||Eli Webber|
|Eric André||Mark Reynolds|
|James Van Der Beek||James Van Der Beek|
Guest Stars Edit
|Eve Gordon||Connie Colburn|
|Peter Mackenzie||Donald Colburn|
|Adrian Kali Turner||Jeremy|
|Rebecca Grant||Yolanda the pole dancer|
|Nick Puga||Alan the cat guy|
|Daniel Berson||T-shirt man|
|Helmar Augustus Cooper||Doorman|
|Rob Yang||Moving man|
|Thushari Jayasekera||Executive assistant|
|Anoush NeVart||Mrs. Yilmaz|
|Zitto Kazann||Old man|
|Clement von Frankenstein||Mister Duhamel|
|Daniel B. Hall||Tuxedo man|
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- Chloe: Anyone wanna get weird and play Mario Kart?
- Chloe: I like to watch the flames from across the street. It reminds me of Christmas.