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Nancy, struggling to mix into the ranks of the halfway house, has an unexpected bomb dropped on her by Jill. Meanwhile, Andy and Shane lock down a place to live. Silas scores a modeling gig... See full summary »

Director:

Scott Ellis

Writers:

Jenji Kohan (creator), Victoria Morrow
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mary-Louise Parker ... Nancy Botwin
Hunter Parrish ... Silas Botwin
Alexander Gould ... Shane Botwin
Justin Kirk ... Andy Botwin
Kevin Nealon ... Doug Wilson
Roy Abramsohn ... Rick Levine
Regan Burns ... Witold
Cher Ferreyra Cher Ferreyra
Miriam F. Glover Miriam F. Glover ... Nancy's Roommate
Debra Mooney ... Shelby Keene
Scott Mosenson Scott Mosenson
Bruce Nozick ... Whit Tillerman
Edi Patterson ... Yvonne
Amy Tolsky ... Desk Attendant
Roy Werner ... Greg Hillegas
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Nancy, struggling to mix into the ranks of the halfway house, has an unexpected bomb dropped on her by Jill. Meanwhile, Andy and Shane lock down a place to live. Silas scores a modeling gig. Down on Wall Street, Doug is offered the job of his dreams Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.78 : 1
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Debra Mooney previously worked with Mary-Louise Parker on Too Young the Hero (1988) when she played her mother. Mary-Louise Parker played Ricky Schroder's older sister. See more »

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So Far, So Good
12 July 2011 | by tgrockSee all my reviews

There hasn't been a major story arc revealed yet for this season. However, it's been really fun so far. The job Silas takes this episode turns out to be hilarious. I'm not sure why Doug was hired so soon at his old friend's firm. Probably, it is for some kind of illegal accounting/scapegoat sort of thing. Knowing the character of Doug, he's smarter than he looks and probably will not fall for such trickery. Nothing else really happened other each character getting a chance to talk to Nancy. The ending conversation between Silas and Nancy showed some real growth for Silas.

The preview for the next episode makes it look extremely promising.


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