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With Patty's help, Ellen hires her investigator, Malcolm, to look into her sister's drug case. She also asks him to look into her own background and particularly her one time babysitter, ... See full summary »

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Patty Hewes
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Ellen Parsons
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Joe Tobin
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Leonard Winstone
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Marilyn Tobin
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Stuart Zedeck
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Deniece Parsons
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Curtis Gates
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Nick Salenger
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Albert Wiggins
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Alex Benjamin
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Tessa Marchetti
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Malcolm
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Deb Shayes
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With Patty's help, Ellen hires her investigator, Malcolm, to look into her sister's drug case. She also asks him to look into her own background and particularly her one time babysitter, Ann. Patty meanwhile is under threat of removal from the Tobin case when a group petitions the judge in the case to remove her. She explains the lead with Tessa Marchetti but he gives her one week to come up with something concrete or she's out. Tom wants to lean on Tessa but Patty flatly refuses. Under ever increasing financial pressure, Tom ignores Patty's orders and approaches Tessa pushing the young woman into the arms of the DA. Marilyn Tobin meanwhile is outraged that the charity she has supported for many years will not allow her to make the annual trip to Africa. She suggests to Ray Winstone that he get Stuart Zedeck to help her out. Written by garykmcd

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Worse Than His Father
13 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joe Tobin is turning out to be the monster his father created. We find out in this episode that he has absolutely no moral being at all. He is a true sociopath. We find out something interesting about Tessa who Patty has sent back to Antigua to try one last effort to get evidence. Other issues are that Frobisher is involved in making his film biography and is sharing with the actor playing him and directing the picture, what a dark and ugly character he really is. There is a fascinating scene in a van. Meanwhile, Ellen is put on suspension because her antics. She also goes back to her old neighborhood and finds startling things about a woman who took care of her as a child. The episode ends with one really ugly scene. We find out that there is nothing redeeming about any of the Tobins. They are angels of death.


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