Lie to Me (2009–2011)
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The FBI investigates the murder of an illegal underground fighter, but Dr. Lightman tries to conceal his relationship to the event. Meanwhile Dr. Foster finds out discovers that her new boyfriend may have a big secret.


Michael Offer


Samuel Baum (created by), Sharon Lee Watson | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview:
Tim Roth ... Dr. Cal Lightman
Kelli Williams ... Dr. Gillian Foster
Brendan Hines ... Eli Loker
Monica Raymund ... Ria Torres
Hayley McFarland ... Emily Lightman (credit only)
Mekhi Phifer ... Ben Reynolds
Max Martini ... Dr. Burns / Dave Ellstrom / Dave Atherton
Tommy Flanagan ... Ron Marshall
Conor O'Farrell ... Bernard Dillon
Yolonda Ross ... Simone Askew
Maurice Compte ... Juan Campos
Rick Gonzalez ... Raul Campos
David Ury ... Witness
Alvaro Manrique ... Orlando (as Alvaro Orlando)
Mark Allan Stewart ... Employee


Lightman risks being exposed as a gambler in an underground fight club when one of the fighters is found dead. Meanwhile, Foster's romance with Burns hits a snag when she uncovers a troubling secret. Written by Fox Publicity

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Release Date:

2 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby | Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Asac Dillon: You concealed a personal relationship with the victim.
Dr. Cal Lightman: Well, I was just trying to help, you know.
Asac Dillon: And you thought I was the dirty one.
Dr. Cal Lightman: No, I wasn't sure that you were dirty, per se. You know, I... I just couldn't be one hundred percent sure at the time.
Asac Dillon: How sure were you? Ninety percent? Eighty percent?
Dr. Cal Lightman: I didn't kill Raul, you know, if that's where this is headed.
Asac Dillon: How can I be a hundred percent sure?
Dr. Cal Lightman: Find the real killer?
Asac Dillon: How do you explain the fight outside the bar?
Dr. Cal Lightman: He was drunk. I was getting...
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Brand New Day
Written by Ryan Star and Max Collins
Performed by Ryan Star
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Good series, bad Spanish (again)
4 May 2015 | by climaxsonicoSee all my reviews

There was this scene, where two Peruvians talk (in Spanish): "quizá se le cambió la mente". This is nonsense in Spanish, as it is literal translation for "maybe he changed his mind".

That's obviously wrongly translated ("quizá cambió de idea" is better, as any junior high English student here knows).

That can only reflect a) lack of ANY respect for foreign followers, b) lack of respect for Spanish language (is not like they couldn't find anyone who could have helped, right?) and c) amazing cowardliness from the actors playing the Peruvians who were given that clearly stupid line to say (you can tell by their accent they're native Spanish speakers).

Sad things you can tell from one single, stupid line. Gringos…

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