would it be possible to have more than one link for season 3 episode 5 of damages
I've only seen the first 4 or 5 episodes but they repeat "Frobicher" at least 13 times per episode. That's a lot of attention for Ted Danson. Too much in my opinion. That much attention just isn't natural.
after seeing damages i realized that i have developed a huge thing for campbell scott( joe tobin) it hasn't just cropped up, i absolutely ogled him in "six degrees" which thanks to these studios was cut short but i was sorta consoled when he re-appeared in "royal pains" as Boris. i dunno wat it is but he has this cool calm collectedness about him, he doesnt try too hard to be sexy which just amps it up for me.
Just started watching it and it quite impressive I like TVseries like that which keeping everything in secret and leave us wonder what is going to happen next)))
I signed up thinking that I could watch Season 2 of Damages on line - but I guess I don't understand the purpose of this site as I can't figure out how to watch it. I rented Season 1 on DVD and would like to see 2 before the next season begins on tv so that I am "up to speed". Is is only that it is available while the show is airing?? Guess I need some help on this. Thanks.
why is ellen so skinny this season? is it because she's depressed about her fiance getting killed? i hope it has something to do with the plot, because she looks like a walking skeleton.
I am going to discuss this episode, so yes, there will be some pretty intense spoilers. The best episode of this show yet. A lot of people were skeptical with the first episode of season 2, however, I was not. I expected it to be deep, and engaging and filled with just as much back stabbing and betrayal than the first season, however I did not see it surpassing it in the way the second season has. Daniel Purcell, man my view of him changed a lot after this episode, and not in a bad way either. I NEVER thought that he had actually killed his wife, I thought Kendrick brow beat him into basically accepting the fact that if she doesn't get shut up, and he didn't purger himself on the stand, then that he was going to have to kill Purcell and his entire family, unable to stand up for himself or his wife, he reluctantly accepts to save himself and his daughter. This made strongly dislike William Hurts character, I thought he was a coward who basically help set up his wifes murder, whether he wanted to do that or not, that's despicable. When it was revealed that he did indeed black out and strangle his wife to (NEAR) death, just. That entire scene was brilliant, I watched this episode when it aired, and then both encores after that, and each time I heard him screaming 'NO NO NO NO NO" after coming to; it was just so real. If you notice you even heard in his mind when he was strangling her, even then telling himself no. This totally explains where he has been for the uh? 5 episodes that we didn't see him? Well, I mean I guess it was pretty much assumed he was just chilling, still devastated at the loss of his wife and predicament, but now it just makes a lot more sense I think, clearly he loved her, the regret and anger he has been repressing has been driving him mad, which is seen when at the end of the episode he turns himself in as his wife's killer. I can respect this man, and he is one of my favourite characters. But yeah, and the remote? Hmm. I don't know, I guess this wasn't really a review of the episode, more a review of Daniel Purcell specifically. The other happenings were no doubt intense though, Tom and Patty at the end, man that makes me feel bad, Tom is one of the only good characters in this entire show and now he's getting railed from both sides for no reason. Ellen gets to do some more bitchy underhanded things, which is fine, that's totally her character and I do like her. Patty kind of dealing with a lot too, even MORE so now if that's even possible. Let's see how that piled on top of being shot next episode feels. But yeah I honestly have no idea where they are going with this, and I can't even see a season three coming out of this. Unless the whole Ellen shooting patty thing is a really elaborate set up? OKAY I'VE TALKED A LOT I think I can end this review now, but uh, yeah so the 8 people that will read this I hope you feel the same way as I do about this episode and how simply breathtaking it was.
Does anyone know how many episodes this season will have? Last season only had 13 and it has now reached its 11th. There is no way the hole season can be solved in just two more episodes. So was last season that short just because of the Writers' Guild? Anyone has a clue?
"Who do you work for? The IPF (the interplanetary foundation)." ROFL. Best lines all season! I still don't think they are really FBI, but very funny.
Did anyone see what happens at the end after the guy slams the car door? I checked several but they cut off at that point? Also, where was the tag line for this episode? I missed it. This episode and the next are all butchered, every link I tried. What is the deal with the uploaders?