I like those as well, but would add 3 and 4 to the list. "Trophy Wife" has a kinkiness to it that I like and "Extracurricular" is crafty.
Well, that wraps FF season 2.
# 11 was interesting in a Tarantino way, but clunky. I liked the all-girl assassination squad but not the leads so much. Also, I just feel like the body count in a lot of these episodes is just way too high. Is this a sex show or a violence show? I have no problem with screen violence, but I'd rather FF be sexier than more violent. At least 20 people get killed in this spisode, mostly off screen, but still. Why?
I thought the season finale "Libra" was an ambitious departure — with a sexy superhero-ine. I expected something more like last season's "Visions" which brought together elements of previous episodes. This one did as well, but not really plot/character threads I cared so much about. Two great sex scenes though — our hero (Adam Huss) with his girlfriend the corrupt DA (Jen Roa) and then him with Libra (Betsy Rue).
And the season also ends with host Tanit Phoenix conspicuously un-naked on the show, though she went topless in some crappy music video for a band called Taxi Violence (WTF?) Whatever. I guess it's art? (Not.)http://lifeissavage.com/2012/04/24/taxi-violence-reveal-uncensored-music-video-featuring-a-topless-tanit-phoenix-nsfw-video/
Have not heard a peep about a season three for FF but that will depend on ratings.