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I've Done Way Too Much for This Girl 

Ellen presents the High Star case to senior partners at Nye, Everett and Polk. After the gas explosion, Chris's paranoia heightens as he believes he's being targeted. Patty counsels Ellen ... See full summary »

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Ellen presents the High Star case to senior partners at Nye, Everett and Polk. After the gas explosion, Chris's paranoia heightens as he believes he's being targeted. Patty counsels Ellen on her case. Erickson and Boorman scheme to make the lawsuit go away. 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 Truly Evil Man Plies His Trade
16 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's no one better at playing a psychotic than Dylan Baker, and once again, we find him in this role. After a few incarnations on "The Good Wife" he shows his smug, unfeeling face again. In this episode, Ellen is obviously in over her head. She wants to investigate High Star, a mercenary group that has been running things on its own agenda. Chris is a young man with serious guilt who has been used by this organization. Now he becomes a liability. Jerry (Baker) feels all that happens is in his court, ignoring any other forces, including Erickson (John Goodman), having people killed and setting up poor foreigners to look like terrorists. Elllen's firm turns its back on her and we know where this is going. A subplot that continues here is Patty's counseling sessions for breaking the nose of a doorman. During this time, she has decided to find Michael, her son, whose daughter she now cares for. Of course, the mother of the child is in prison at Patty's hand. Interesting developments heading forward.


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