The Affair (2014– )
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Distracted by her burgeoning small business, Helen tasks Noah with representing the family at a literary award ceremony for her father, Bruce. A chance encounter with Alison and her grandmother leads to an uncomfortable truth.

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Noah Solloway
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Alison Bailey
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Helen Solloway
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Cole Lockhart
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Whitney Solloway
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Martin Solloway
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Trevor Solloway (credit only)
Leya Catlett ...
Stacey Solloway (credit only)
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Bruce Butler
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Cherry Lockhart
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Detective Jeffries
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Scotty Lockhart
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Athena Bailey
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Joan Bailey
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Dr. Gunderson
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Distracted by her burgeoning small business, Helen tasks Noah with representing the family at a literary award ceremony for her father, Bruce. A chance encounter with Alison and her grandmother leads to an uncomfortable truth.

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In the hospital, Noah buys a candy bar from the vending machine and gives it to Alison. The candy bar is a Baby Ruth. Alison is played by Ruth Wilson. See more »

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Alison takes off with her bike and makes a left out of The Lobster Roll, which is towards Amagansett, not a right, which is the way to go to Montauk from that restaurant. See more »

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