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Ray Donovan Season 4 Episode 11 Review: Chinese Algebra

11 September 2016 8:47 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Is there hope that the Donovan family can make it out of Ray Donovan Season 4 unscathed?

That was thrown into question on Ray Donovan Season 4 Episode 11 when Abby realized there was a good chance her family was going to be targeted. 

This has been common knowledge for weeks, so the fact Ray hasn't forced his family out of town thus far is pretty mind boggling. Yes, he did approach Terry about laying low, but Abby and the kids should have been shipped off by now. 

It's almost as if Ray does not understand the severity of the situation, and if he doesn't get it together soon, he can kiss his family goodbye. 

Frank Barnes in the mix was always going to complicate things. He just can't be trusted.

Nothing good would have happened if Ray became an informant. Heck, Dimitri's goons probably would have figured it out. 

Dimitri has got »

- Paul Dailly

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Ray Donovan recap: ‘Chinese Algebra’ not as hard as Ray’s life

11 September 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Spoilers This week’s episode of Ray Donovan saw Ray’s world pivot to the shit — as his luck is nowhere near as persistent as his dad Mickey. In the episode, Chinese Algebra, we remember the edict from the late actor Dennis Farina (Cousin Avi) in the Guy Ritchie film Snatch about “sneaky f****n’ Russians” like Boris the blade, who kept screwing him over. These sneaky f*****g Russians do not disappoint. Ray (Liev Schreiber) is dealing with the devil, Dmitri (Raymond J. Barry), for Avi’s (Steven Bauer’s) life, while he’s also managing Frank Barnes’s (Michael McGrady’s) inquisitive speculation — which deepens. And then there’s more »

- April Neale

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