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"Flack" is a drama about a take-no-prisoner public-relations professional named Robyn who is an American working for a London based firm. Robyn is unflappable in her PR job and her ability to get her high-profile very wayward ill-behaved celebrity clients out of potentially embarrassing situations is unparalleled. However, her ability to get her clients out of these messes does not translate into her own life as Robyn tries to get her own life back on track while juggling her job.

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Robyn must retrieve a soccer star from a hardcore fetish club on his wedding day; Eve reveals to Robyn that she's in love with Tom; at the wedding, Robyn devises a plan to assist another soccer player's visibility while her own life unravels.
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Robyn joins a client on an international flight when it is revealed that the police have found incriminating content on his laptop; when a flight attendant confiscates Robyn's cell phone, she races to make the problem vanish before the plane lands.
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Robyn, Eve and Melody come to the aid of the founder of an organic cosmetics company after she's photographed recovering from a face-lift; Robyn has a fight with Sam and ends up spending the night on Melody's sofa.
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Robyn must get an entitled stand-up comic out of a sticky situation after he's accused of being transphobic; Robyn creates a cover-up for a client who hired a surrogate to have her baby and was photographed in public without her fake baby bump.
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Robyn tries to distract the press from the fact that her pop-star client is being dropped by her record label by creating a fake sex tape.
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Robyn must kill off the latest of many salacious stories circulating in the tabloids about "every housewife's favorite celebrity chef," Anthony Henderson, before the public is exposed to more of his womanizing tendencies.

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