Damages (2007–2012)
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When Patty tells Ellen to stop investigating Arthur Frobisher's connection to Calder Security, she decides to hire a private investigator on her own. When she sees Phil, Patty's husband, ... See full summary »

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Andy Wolk

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Todd A. Kessler (creator), Glenn Kessler (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Glenn Close ... Patty Hewes
Rose Byrne ... Ellen Parsons
Tate Donovan ... Tom Shayes
Anastasia Griffith ... Katie Connor
Marcia Gay Harden ... Claire Maddox
Timothy Olyphant ... Wes Krulik (credit only)
William Hurt ... Daniel Purcell
Michael Nouri ... Phil Grey
John Doman ... Walter Kendrick
Zachary Booth ... Michael Hewes
David Costabile ... Bearded Man
Glenn Kessler ... Agent L.J. Werner
Darrell Hammond ... The Deacon
Michael Pemberton ... Intimidating Man
Mark La Mura ... Mitch McCullen (as Mark Lamura)
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When Patty tells Ellen to stop investigating Arthur Frobisher's connection to Calder Security, she decides to hire a private investigator on her own. When she sees Phil, Patty's husband, leaving her hotel she suspects he may be having an affair. When her investigator provides her with the incriminating photos, Ellen makes sure Patty gets them. Claire Maddox is disgusted with Walter Kendrick's underhanded dealings and starts planting seeds of doubt about his leadership with a member of the Board. When it's suggested that she take over the company Claire accepts but learns just how tough Kendrick can be. The FBI inform Ellen of Agent Harrison's death. Written by garykmcd

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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 2009 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

When Tom Shayes is being interviewed by the reporter in his office she has her arms, pen and notebook change position inconsistently between shots. See more »

Quotes

Patty Hewes: Why are you dating a child?
Jill Burnham: Michael is not a child.
Patty Hewes: Are you mentally ill?
Jill Burnham: Feel free to look around, if you see anything you want to buy I'll give you the family discount.
Patty Hewes: You will break his heart, and when you do, I'll rip your face off
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Smoke Without Fire
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Performed by Evolution
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10 April 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

If this show represented the real world, it would be virtually impossible for anything to get done. I know it's naive to think that there aren't people like this, but so many and with so many tentacles. I can't even figure out who's on whose side half the time. Someone gets killed and I don't know if it's Kendrick or Frobisher or fallout from Ellen, or even the FBI, because everyone is corrupt. Here, we have some major developments. Ellen's hide is on the line and she doesn't even know it because beard man (Rick?) is out to get her. It's surprising that she's still alive. Then we have Michael (Patty's husband) who has been given a high level job, only to have it snatched away because Ellen became aware he was having an affair. She has pictures provided by a private investigator whom she hired. She sends them to Patty and it all hits the fan. Clare tries a double cross and ends up as a candidate to take of Kendrick's company, but her connection to Purcell is on tape (we saw it before but didn't know who was responsible). And once again, those shots fired by Ellen and Patty collapsing, blood on her face (scratches?). These guys really can tell a story. Oh, there''s also something involving Clare and Patty and the fact that Patty knows where the pictures came from. What fun this show is.


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