Evil (2019– )
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Exorcism Part 2 

David is shocked to learn he is being sued for inflicting severe psychological harm on Caroline Hopkins, after he assisted in her exorcism. The accusation leads him to question his future ... See full summary »

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Robert King (created by), Michelle King (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katja Herbers ... Kristen Bouchard
Mike Colter ... David Acosta
Aasif Mandvi ... Ben Shakir
Kurt Fuller ... Dr. Boggs
Brooklyn Shuck ... Lynn Bouchard
Skylar Gray ... Lila Bouchard
Maddy Crocco ... Lexis Bouchard
Dalya Knapp ... Laura Bouchard
Michael Emerson ... Leland Townsend
Noah Robbins ... Sebastian Lewin
Patrick Brammall ... Andy Bouchard
Karen Pittman ... Caroline Hopkins
Jennifer Ferrin ... Judith Lemonhead
Peter Scolari ... Bishop Thomas Marx
Jeremy Shamos ... Dr. Phillip Lynch-Giles
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David is shocked to learn he is being sued for inflicting severe psychological harm on Caroline Hopkins, after he assisted in her exorcism. The accusation leads him to question his future as a priest, especially once he develops a very close connection with his defense attorney, Renée Harris.

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English

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5 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Renée Elise Goldsberry also played an attorney in the critically-acclaimed series, The Good Wife (2009) starring Julianna Margulies, a project by Robert King and Michelle King.Moreover, Mike Colter had a recurring role on The Good Wife (2009) . See more »

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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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Pointless Lawsuit Story
6 December 2019 | by Johnny_WestSee all my reviews

The freaky lady that was possessed and throwing up all over the house a couple of episodes ago now files a lawsuit against Mike Colters and the Catholic Church.

An entire treatment history has happened at the hands of another therapist, which is impossible in the time frame of a few weeks. This episode is pointless, since it has nothing to do with Evil, and is more along the lines of social commentary regarding therapy and religion. The personal injury attorney is named Ms. Lemonhead, which is the source of juvenile humor regarding the personality of the lawyer.

The story plays out at a deposition, where it seems all the participants are asked questions at the same time, and there are no rules, just everyone arguing over each other. The day after Katja Herbers is deposed, she is deposed again, because the Plaintiff's attorney has new questions. Nothing realistic about that.

This episode is a big waste of one hour. What is the point of this episode? What does it have to do with Evil or anything else? In terms of the legal process and depositions, it was totally unrealistic. Even worse, the four bratty kids come into the story towards the end, screaming and yelling their lungs out.


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