Well, my goodness. Louis Tobin's Ponzi scheme seems like small potatoes now, doesn't it? Joe Tobin was worried about having to live out his father's crime-ridden legacy? No worries on that; Joe's creating his own twisted legacy all by himself. And Marilyn more
We're used to seeing Patty (Glenn Close) dream about her puzzling past; getting little clues as a form of insight into her trauma. We're not used to seeing Ellen (Rose Byrne) get that treatment. This season of Damages has introduced us, quite nicely, to t more
This was sort of an even-keeled episode of 'Damages,' in that nothing particularly earth-shattering happened. Well, I guess the escalating dysfunction of Lenny and his dad could be considered earth-shattering, though not unexpected. One of those two is go more
The beauty of Damages is that itls like a car crash. You can see it all unfolding in slow motion, but you're powerless to stop it. The unstoppable force of the present and the immovable object of the future, destined to meet, somewhere in the middle of a more
There weren't a ton of dark dealings this week on Damages, and if you know me then you know I like my TV bitter and harrowing. But "Drive It Through Hardcore" did some truly excellent exploration of the characters, which included top notch scenes between more
What is up with that horse? In a previous review, I wondered if maybe Patty Hewes was harking back to an earlier time in her life when she wanted a pony. But it's hard to imagine Patty being so innocent and carefree and, you know, the pony-coveting type. more
Ive just finished to watch the first season and Im completely hooked on it! I need days with more than 24 hours to watch the second season. The way first season winds up, is simply amazing...Lets see what is next...
Patty's (Glenn Close) confrontation with Jill (Wendy Moniz) lay at the cold-hearted center of this week's Damages episode, "I Look Like Frankenstein." It was a really great, tough scene that demonstrated Patty's wrath. It wasn't clear if Patty was actuall more