In an exciting and dramatic atmosphere, this series takes a deep look behind the life in New York City during the 1970s and '80s when the porn and many wrongdoings were spreaded so much. At the beginning of this season we see Vincent doing so well in the management of his new night club, Club 366. Also, his girl friend Abby helps him on this. But he may get in troubles because of his brother who borrows money from a sex emporium to pay off his debts.
This is a fascinating question: Who's really beholden to whom, and for how long? That's why the key contrast in "Seven-Fifty" is between two characters who spend most of the episode on opposite coasts.
If "There's An Art to This" illustrated the small ways that women have seized power in this evolving sexual economy, "Seven-Fifty" finds them encountering harsh reminders of just how little that power gets them.