Limitless (2015–2016)
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Hi, My Name Is Rebecca Harris 

When Rebecca learns a truth about her father's death, she takes NZT and uses it to seek justice for his murder. Sands allows a dangerous move against Brian to ensure the success of his new initiative.

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Conrad Harris
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Amelia Glasser
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Brian Mannain ...
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Margaret Curran
Katie Reid ...
Maggie Harris
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Dr. Peri
Teja Shtrom ...
5 Year Old Natasha
Erica Bradshaw ...
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Rebecca confronts Brian at gunpoint about his connections to Senator Morra and Jarrod Sands. To perceive the truth, and knowing of the adverse aftereffects to come, she takes NZT and learns Brian's complete story. Now on NZT together, they tackle the problem of bringing down Sands through Huston's burn book, which unexpectedly reconnects Rebecca to her late father while it leads the pair to try breaking through the barrier of a coma. Meanwhile, gratitude interferes with Sands' ability to be the ruthless leader of his new coalition. Written by statmanjeff

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Trivia

Murray Bartlett plays Rebecca Harris' father who was an artist in the show. He also plays an artist/expert forger in the show White Collar. See more »

Goofs

When Rebecca's NZT wears off, her ability to shut off pain from a shoulder injury should end, yet she exhibits no return of pain nor any of the negative side-effects that accompany NZT withdrawal. See more »

Quotes

Brian Finch: Still need somebody to fill in the blanks of the burn book.
Rebecca Harris: Yeah. Which leaves... Houston.
Brian Finch: Yeah, languishing in a vegetative state, completely incapacitated. Other than that, totally our guy. What?
Rebecca Harris: What if we, um... you know... capacitate him?
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Doing It to Death
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Limitless starts to wrap things up for what it proved to be a fun first season.
5 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

Starting out the episode and watching Rebecca talking about her early life made me think about how we never really got to see more of her personal life in the show until now. I mean sure, you could argue that her relationship and her motive for joining the CJC were shown but we hadn't had an idea of what her relationship with her father really was.

We see Brian finally admitting to everything that Rebecca had suspicions and then some. She did the thing most of us would have and took the pill she had that was meant for Brian so she could clear her head and collect her thoughts.

Personally I didn't like so much the way Sands was handled in the last few episodes but I guess I can understand where they are going with it wanting to set up a season 2 "baddie". And again, you might argue that Sands appears to be in custody and should be behind bars but I do not think they will get rid of him that easy and I firmly believe he will be the season 2 antagonist. This is again, my opinion on the matter.

Finally a thing I liked about this episode was Brian's and Rebecca's discussion about the NZT side effects. Seeing double, the voices in their heads, sweater Brian and leather jacket Brian and of course, Rebecca's father, who , in my opinion seemed kind of out of place but again I kind of understand considering Brian's explanation of how NZT is fragmenting a problem into deviating perspectives.

Last but not least, I want to see Brian and Rebecca get it going, and in the last minutes of the episode I feared they were gonna ham- fist a romantic scene but thankfully they avoided that. I think the writers know that forcing a love interest into either Brian's or Rebecca's life would be a dumb thing to do so early in the show.

PS: I got a weird feeling that Boyle works for Morra but I might be wrong.


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