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Dr. Gillian Foster (Character)
from "Lie to Me" (2009)

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Lie to Me: Season 3: Episode 13 -- The Lightman Group investigates the death of the founder of a social network.

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Gillian Foster


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  1. "Lie to Me"
        - Killer App (2011) TV episode, Played by Kelli Williams
        - Gone (2011) TV episode, Played by Kelli Williams
        - Saved (2011) TV episode, Played by Kelli Williams
        - Rebound (2011) TV episode, Played by Kelli Williams
        - Funhouse (2011) TV episode, Played by Kelli Williams
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From "Lie to Me: Pilot (#1.1)" (2009)
Dr. Gillian Foster: Six years ago, Dr Lightman left the deception-detection program he founded for the Defense Department. Together, we started a private firm that works with police, corporations, and almost every Federal agency. We'd like you to come work for us, Ms Torres.
Ria Torres: Why?
Dr. Gillian Foster: You've made seven times more arrests than the average TSA agent, and you scored 97% on the TSA deception diagnostic, which Dr Lightman created.
Cal Lightman: Have you ever had any specialized deception training?
Ria Torres: I've dated a lot of men.
Dr. Gillian Foster: You're one of the naturals. There's an infinitesmal percentage of the population, less than .001, that test nearly perfect without any advanced training.
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