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This intense, twist-filled, and breakneck-paced series takes a three-pronged approach as a legal thriller, gripping murder mystery, and adrenaline-fueled character study, delving into and illuminating the characters' personal lives. The first season focuses on the Frobisher case and the murder mystery involving Ellen's discussion in the interrogation room and its subsequent offshoots. But the show also delves into character-driven stories that examine the players' personal lives. However, the series' central focus will remain the relationship between Patty and Ellen, and whether the mentor will fuel her protégé's success, or destroy her soul.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGet Me a Lawyer||After Patty (Glenn Close) handpicks Ellen (Rose Byrne) to be a first-year Associate at the high- profile law firm, Hewes & Associates, life will never be the same for either one of them. Ellen, newly-engaged to her boyfriend David Connor (Noah Bean), is thrilled to join the ranks and be trained under Patty and Patty's trusted Senior Associate, Tom Shayes (Tate Donovan). But Ellen soon realizes that the price of success may be much higher than what she's willing to pay. Currently, the focus of Hewes & Associates attention is a class action lawsuit targeting the allegedly corrupt Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson), one of the country's wealthiest CEOs. Patty, on behalf of her clients, is attempting to bankrupt and personally destroy Frobisher. As Patty battles with Frobisher and his attorney Ray Fiske (Zljko Ivanek) Ellen Parsons will be front and center witnessing just what it takes to win at all costs.||55:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJesus, Mary & Joe Cocker||When Ellen (Rose Byrne) and David (Noah Bean) gather with family to celebrate their recent engagement, Katie (Anastasia Griffiths) reveals her paranoia surrounding her involvement in the Frobisher (Ted Danson) case and her safety. Trying to alleviate her fear, Ellen assures Katie that they can trust Patty (Glenn Close) to help them, but when she brings Katie to the office, things do not go the way she anticipated. Ellen confronts Patty about her meeting with Katie and begins to wonder how much she trusts her new boss. Meanwhile, Arthur Frobisher begins to weigh his options when he notices his family is being affected by his tattered image in the media.||47:53||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAnd My Paralyzing Fear of Death||When Patty (Glenn Close) and Ray Fiske (Ivanek Zeljko ) are called in by the Judge about the Frobisher case, Patty is asked to come up with a substantial reason to continue with their litigation by the end of the week. Looking for clues, Patty and Tom (Tate Donovan) learn about Katie's (Anastasia Griffiths) new friend. Meanwhile, Patty fears for the safety of her family when her life is threatened and she is forced to take a closer look at her son, and Ellen (Rose Byrne) is entrusted with a responsibility that may help her professionally but conflict with her personal life.||44:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTastes Like a Ho-Ho||While down in Florida for business, Katie (Anastasia Griffiths) partied the night away in one of Florida's hippest nightclubs and saw something she shouldn't have - Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson) with an unknown man in a parking lot. That one night, five years ago, has left her in a dire position - right in the center of the Frobisher class action lawsuit. If Katie correctly identifies the man with Frobisher, Patty (Glenn Close) will have sufficient reason to continue litigation. Bravely, Katie prepares herself for the ugly as she decides to testify and turn Patty's case around. Unwittingly, she relies on Gregory Malina (Peter Facinelli) - a married man who was with her that night- to tell her the name of the man with Frobisher. While giving her deposition, Frobisher's lawyer, Ray Fiske (Zeljko Ivanek), burns her on the spot; however, it isn't what Katie saw in the parking lot that is of importance but what she may have seen later that night. Meanwhile, Ellen (Rose Byrne) and David (Noah Bean), find it hard to make time for each other and get into an altercation over Katie's involvement in the Frobisher case. Written by: Mark Fish Directed by: Larry Trilling||43:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Regular Earl Anthony||Frobisher (Ted Danson) pushes Ray Fiske (Zeljko Ivanek) to take a more aggressive approach with Patty (Glenn Close), who is on shaky ground with the clients. Tom (Tate Donovan) reckons with his own career options and seeks the advice of an outspoken friend (Donal Logue). Written by: Todd A. Kessler & Glenn Kessler & Daniel Zelman & Mark Fish Directed by: Jean DeSegonzac.||46:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoShe Spat At Me||Patty cautiously pursues Gregory eager to learn his secrets before it's too late. An emboldened Frobisher attempts to salvage his legacy with an unconventional strategy. Lila ominously reappears in David's life further testing his relationship with Ellen.||45:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDVideoWe Are Not Animals||The Frobisher case now hinges on Gregory Malina's deposition which has Patty committed to keeping him safe from the nefarious forces of the opposition. Ellen and Tom are keeping something from Patty who they fear might be manipulating them.||45:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBlame the Victim||With the key witness missing and Frobisher’s camp taking extra measures to keep the momentum, Patty must find a new strategy for the case. Ellen gets blindsided when her parents show up with troubling news.||41:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDo You Regret What We Did?||Both sides continue to fight for the upper hand as the mystery behind Gregory's disappearance deepens. With Frobisher's deposition nearing, he and his team bring on a secret weapon, while Ellen unearths information that could have serious impact on the case.||43:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSort of Like a Family||Titans collide as Patty and Frobisher square off in his deposition. Ellen has been relegated to the sidelines where she contemplates a few risky moves that might get her back in the action.||44:44||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI Hate These People||Pressure from the trial is talking its toll on Patty and Frobisher alike, as both sides intensify their tactics despite potentially dire ramifications. Ellen's secret information could be a huge help to Patty, but will the reward justify the risk?||44:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThere's No "We" Anymore||The story of Ellen's incarceration for David's murder converges with the tumultuous events surrounding Patty's efforts to take down Frobisher Written By: Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler, and Daniel Zelman Directed By: Mark Piznarski||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBecause I Know Patty||The season comes to its shocking conclusion.||48:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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show is awesome but iTunes can't figure it out
This show is incredibly gripping-bad thing is, when a show airs who knows when iTunes will put it up? How hard can it be to get an episode on time? Maybe they need to hire more people-or fire the person who can't get their act together. This happens with most networks it seems-Brave, TLC, and FX especially. I pay 2 bucks an episode, I should be able to get them on time don't you think??
This is a good show but it is now thursday night and the show aires on tuesdays and it is not here.
best FX show yet (if they keep up the tension)
Damages may look like a feature film, but its characters are treated more realistically than in most movies. They have flaws and strengths, and weaknesses, just like any real human being. Each of the characters has their own life, their own secrets, and their own bad habits. Things that some people find "out of character" actually fit really well with the characterization of each player given so far, if you aren't looking for two-dimensional characters. Patty Hewes is powerful and voracious, but she's also a mother, and a bit of a sentimental person. The moment she tosses the "souvenir" out to sea isn't out of character at all... plus, it's Uncle Pete that sends it to her, not her that sends for it. Ted Danson's character is just about the most interesting TV "bad guy" I've ever seen. I was confused at first, when he didn't seem to do a single absolutely sinister thing, but then I realized the show is just portraying his family and business life the way he HAS to keep it: clean. No one in Arthur Frobisher's position would be flaunting drug or sex habits that would be in opposition to the personality that he wants everyone around him to believe in. Frobisher tries to be a good guy, tries to be a good father and husband, but he's torn between being a good man and the choices that he wants to think have been forced upon him, choices that he thinks will protect his family's security. He was a good guy that made bad choices for his company and now he's forced to face the realistic consequences, and he's going down the path to really being the monster that Patty Hewes claims him to be. Patty Hewes, on the other hand, is just doing what she does best, and that is sinking her teeth into a case she cares about passionately, and destroying anyone and anything that gets in the way of her winning for her clients. She's obsessed with winning, and even though she's doing monstrous things to manipulate the people around her, she is still capable of human emotion and weakness. In short, she's another typical FX lead, a person that can't be easily defined or judged, and that makes her more interesting than anything you'll see on regular network TV. Thank you, FX, for another great show, and here's hoping you give Damages the same commitment and room to breathe and evolve on its own that you've given to other programs.
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- Genre: Drama
- Released: Jul 24, 2007
- © 2007 Sony Pictures Television Inc. and Bluebush Productions, LLC, All Rights Reserved
- CCin English for some episodes