Lie to Me (2009–2011)
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Depraved Heart 

Dr. Lightman and Torres investigate a spate of suicides in young Indian women. We discover that a suicide has helped shape Dr. Lightman. Meanwhile, Dr. Foster and Loker are at odds while they investigate a case of suspected SEC fraud.

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Joseph Hollin
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Gail
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Mike Personick
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Arun Ashraf
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Shreyas Patel
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Sulman Lamba / Rohit
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Personick's Attorney
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Marlene
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Carolyn Hollin
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Kiran Purohit
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Dr. Lightman and Torres investigate a spate of suicides in young Indian women. We discover that a suicide has helped shape Dr. Lightman. Meanwhile, Dr. Foster and Loker are at odds while they investigate a case of suspected SEC fraud.

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Mike Personick: She worked for me, that's all. Why is it my responsibility what happens to her after that?
Dr. Cal Lightman: This girl was two blocks from the subway. She calls you to tell you that she's gonna jump in front of a train and you did nothing!
Mike Personick: Yeah! So what? That doesn't make me a murderer. I didn't threaten her.
Gail: You didn't have to. You created the circumstances that led to her suicide. It was a depraved heart murder.
Mike Personick: I didn't murder anyone.
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The Knotted Mess that is Cal Lightman
4 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another episode of Lie to Me, another brilliant performance by Tim Roth. He continues to prove why he was the perfect choice for the role of Dr. Lightman. Part arrogant, part brilliant, part introverted, part disturbed, the character of Lightman is becoming more and more of a knotted mess. His imperfection make him one of the most believable and striking on television. In this episode, we slowly piece together more and more about Lightman the man and his past. In a case that strikes awfully close to home, we see new parts to Lightman's part and a new layer to his character. But to every answered question, two new arrive, leaving us with one the most spelling binding ending of the season. In addition, Eli Loker takes in unimaginable step, adding a completely new twist to his character. The characters are taking shape, the plot and the mystery were as solid as ever. This is truly turning into a magnificent show.


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