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Failure is Lonely 

As Ellen (Rose Byrne) moves to settle her lawsuit against High Star in exchange for Chris Sanchez's (Chris Messina) safe return, her plans are upended by Patty's (Glenn Close) surprise ... See full summary »

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As Ellen (Rose Byrne) moves to settle her lawsuit against High Star in exchange for Chris Sanchez's (Chris Messina) safe return, her plans are upended by Patty's (Glenn Close) surprise legal action against Howard Erickson (John Goodman). And while Ellen wants to put the suit behind her, rogue CIA agent Jerry Boorman (Dylan Baker) redoubles his efforts to destroy Erickson as he fights to hang on to his Afghan son. Written by Anonymous

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When I Am Through With You
Written by Jason Rabe & Ravi Subramanian
Performed by The VLA
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A Long Road for the Bad Guys
17 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm glad that Boorman never compromised. He was that bad. I enjoyed watching Erickson's little prayer thing with his sons (whom he betrayed) before he was marched off to prison. I already mentioned why Ellen bugs me and Patty calls it right. She is so high and mighty, but because she saved a handsome potential lover, she was willing to put any number of people's lives in danger and compromise the future. And, ultimately, she ends up a second fiddle. It will be interesting to see how this series ended. I can understand five seasons being about as far as it could go, because there is only so much angst that can be put into these relationships. Excellent work.


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