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The Merry Wives of Witsec 

A man who sells pharmaceuticals to doctors, witnesses one of his clients, do something illegal. So he testifies and enters WITSEC along with his family. His daughter who plays lacrosse is ... See full summary »

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Detective Abigail Chaffee
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Delia Parmalee
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Mark Stuber
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Dr. Shelley Finkel
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Lia Hernandez
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Stacy Arnett / Stacy Wilson
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Eve Wilson
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A.U.S.A. Perillo
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Joanna Stuber
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Bonnie Arnett / Bonnie Wilson
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Lulu Wilson
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A man who sells pharmaceuticals to doctors, witnesses one of his clients, do something illegal. So he testifies and enters WITSEC along with his family. His daughter who plays lacrosse is told she has to stop because she was so good that they could be discovered and her whole family could be placed in jeopardy. A few months in, Mary and Marshall learn the man is seeing another woman, they learn that she's also his wife. She's allowed into WITSEC but she has to be told about her husband's other family and vice versa and that's when things get messed up. And his daughter disappears. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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6 April 2012 (USA)  »

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John Arnett: Seven years.
Stan McQueen: Seven years. You led a double life for seven years.
Marshall Mann: [whispering to Mary] Don't.
Mary Shannon: [whispering back] I won't. Won't say a thing. It's awfully "bigamy", wouldn't you say? Get it? Bigamy?
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