Enlightened (2011–2013)
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Higher Power 

Amy receives a letter from Hawaii from Levi--who escapes Open Air with a pair of fellow malcontents for a night of drugs and debauchery. After pushing himself to his limits, Levi decides ... See full summary »

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Krista Jacobs (credit only)
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Dougie Daniels (credit only)
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Tyler (credit only)
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Danielle (as Ashley Hinshaw)
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Amy receives a letter from Hawaii from Levi--who escapes Open Air with a pair of fellow malcontents for a night of drugs and debauchery. After pushing himself to his limits, Levi decides he's ready to return to Open Air and give rehab one more chance. Written by Anonymous

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27 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Levi's Turn: Levi is the star of the episode as his life takes twists and turns.
30 January 2013 | by (Orlando, FL) – See all my reviews

Levi is coming to realize that he loves Amy. Levi talked with Danielle about Amy, referring to her as his ex, and a do-gooder. Danielle called Amy a bitch. Levi objected, saying that Amy was not a bitch. Danielle asked if he was still in love with Amy. "Some," he replied. (Amy, had she been asked, would most likely have said the same.)

When Amy was at Open Air, she saw a sea turtle and this turtle became a kind of totem for her. In his first letter to Amy, Levi writes that he has been looking for her turtle. He tells all that all he has found is garbage. He writes, "Your turtle, if it ever existed, is gone." At the end of the episode he writes Amy another letter. He says he goes out everyday looking for her turtle. He adds, "Even if I don't find it, I know you did."

In this second letter, he is recognizing his love for Amy. He tells her that during the meditation exercises everyone is asked to remember their best self. This makes him think of Amy. "You thought I was great. Maybe you are my Higher Power." This is the true-love-never-dies" moment of the week.

These comment are an excerpt from the full review I wrote on my blog, Premium Cable Reviews. I'll be reviewing each episode of Enlightened as it airs.


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