The Defenders: Season 1, Episode 13

Nevada v. Donnie the Numbers Guy (4 Feb. 2011)

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Seventeen years after disappearing on the eve of his wife's murder trial, a man from Nick's past returns to Vegas looking to prove his innocence by relying on new technological tools.

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Seventeen years after disappearing on the eve of his wife's murder trial, a man from Nick's past returns to Vegas looking to prove his innocence by relying on new technological tools. Written by CBS Publicity

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Because of the change of time-slot and resulting delay in air date, the line setting the trial date was re-dubbed, moving from "January 19th" to "February 23rd", cutting away from the actress delivering the line to avoid an audio-visual mismatch, though failing to change the closed caption. See more »

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One of the Best Episodes So Far...***1/2
5 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What certainly made this one of the best episodes so far on this mediocre series was that it concentrated on one subject. These sidebar stories in previous episodes have been somewhat of a distraction. This was not the case in this episode;however, Pete's role suffered as a result.

Not only does a friend, who was accused of murder 17 years before, suddenly reappear, this return and subsequent trial relates to us what Nick's life was like when he graduated from law school at age 35. It wasn't exactly the nicest type of practicing law.

The ending is not the greatest, but our two guys are still ready at work looking to clear their client.


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