The Leftovers (2014– )
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Two Boats and a Helicopter 

Reverend Jamison is struggling with people referring to the departed as heroes. He is faced with death threats and a diminishing attendance at his sermons and then finds out he may lose his church due to foreclosure.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Meg Abbott (credit only)
Tom Garvey (credit only)
Jill Garvey (credit only)
Aimee (credit only)
Lucy Warburton (credit only)
Dean (credit only)
Adam Frost (credit only)
Scott Frost (credit only)
Christine (credit only)
Det. Louis Vitello


In the face of dwindling church attendance and threats on his life, Reverend Matt Jamison continues to preach his gospel: that many who disappeared in the Departure were sinners and not saints. Matt's campaign is detoured when he learns he may lose the church to foreclosure, forcing him to launch a desperate, last-minute plan to come up with the cash to keep it. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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13 July 2014 (USA)  »

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One of the books visible on a table in Matt Jamison's home is "Perforated Heart" by Eric Bogosian. See more »


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16 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a ridiculously amazing hour of television. I don't really do reviews, in fact this is my first time posting a review on IMDb and I have been using it for years. This episode is just so good I had to post something about it. I watch most of the prestige dramas, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Wire..etc. All great shows, but I have not been compelled to write a review up until this point. Thats how good this episode is. I think this series is about to receive a lot of attention. Christopher Eccleston gives a fantastic performance portraying a man fighting for everything he loves and believes in, its Emmy worthy. Give The Leftovers a chance, you will be rewarded with some of the most entertaining television Sunday night has to offer and thats really saying something.

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