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Ellen Parsons (Character)
from "Damages" (2007)

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Damages: :  -- Bright and sharp law school graduate Ellen Parsons becomes the prot�g�e of the successful and hard-hitting high stakes litigator Patricia Hewes. But nothing is what it seems.
Damages: :  -- Damages Recap - Seasons 1 & 2. Watch the Damages Recap now and don't miss the Season Premiere, 
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Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) A bright and sharp law school graduate determined to do good in the world... See more »


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  1. "Damages"
        - But You Don't Do That Anymore (2012) TV episode, Played by Rose Byrne
        - I Like Your Chair (2012) TV episode, Played by Rose Byrne
        - I'm Afraid of What I'll Find (2012) TV episode, Played by Rose Byrne
        - The Storm's Moving In (2012) TV episode, Played by Rose Byrne
        - I Need to Win (2012) TV episode, Played by Rose Byrne
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From "Damages: They Had to Tweeze That Out of My Kidney (#2.8)" (2009)
Ellen Parsons: David sent me a wedding gift, it was sent to our old apartment.
Counselor: What was the gift?
Ellen Parsons: I don't know, I haven't opened it. I can't.
Counselor: Why not?
Ellen Parsons: Maybe I'm... protecting myself.
Counselor: How so?
Ellen Parsons: I don't want to be reminded of the past. I'm trying to move on.
Wes Krulik: I don't think so.
Counselor: Wes...
Ellen Parsons: No, It's okay. What were you going to say?
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