Damages: Season 2, Episode 12

Look What He Dug Up This Time (25 Mar. 2009)

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As Daniel Purcell struggles to conceal his involvement in his wife's murder, Ellen and the F.B.I. set out to catch Patty bribing a judge.



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As Daniel Purcell struggles to conceal his involvement in his wife's murder, Ellen and the F.B.I. set out to catch Patty bribing a judge.

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Erica Purcell: Look what he dug up this time.
[to Daniel Purcell, regarding the object their dog found]
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Written by Jason Rabe & Ravi Subramanian
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Brilliant Ep!
27 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

This was one of "Damages"' finest. Extremely dense story-telling, clue-knitting and shock-providing. Initially, for regular followers of the show the flashbacks of (supposedly) known facts may have caused some impatience, were it not for the special twist that put this particular sub story - again! - into a completely new perspective.

We will not know how everything fits together before the final episode has run, and maybe even then season three will pick up threads and loose ends that we were not aware of at the end of season two.

What "Damages" told me so far: I simply LOVE to be lied to when it's done in this highly sophisticated and crafty manner! More praise than ever to the whole cast and especially to the incredible Glenn Close who excels in every scene she is in. And this time she must have had a blast with the range of emotions she was allowed to explore. A feast for everyone involved, including the viewer.

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