Enlightened (2011–2013)
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Burn It Down 

Levi breaks down Amy's door at 3 a.m., desperate. Damon allows Amy to make a presentation at a staff meeting. Amy is determined to make change at Abaddon, no matter what it takes.


Miguel Arteta


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Episode complete credited cast:
Laura Dern ... Amy Jellicoe
Luke Wilson ... Levi Callow
Diane Ladd ... Helen Jellicoe
Sarah Burns ... Krista Jacobs
Timm Sharp ... Dougie Daniels
Mike White ... Tyler
Charles Esten ... Damon Manning
Bayne Gibby ... Connie
Jason Mantzoukas ... Omar Ali
Michaela Watkins ... Janice Holm
Jon Shere Jon Shere ... Louis
Brent Bradshaw ... Ken
Michael Lawson Michael Lawson ... Harris
Erich Lane ... Kevin


Can change come from within? At three in the morning, Levi breaks into Helen's home, strung out, depressed, demanding to see Amy. He agrees to go to rehab the next day, giving Amy hope that the world can change. She renews her attempts to awaken Abaddon's corporate conscience, asking Damon if he'll let her present her research to his team. He says she can have 20 minutes at the next day's staff meeting. Dougie tells Amy she can't go. Will Levi actually go to rehab, can Amy find a way around Dougie, and if so, then what? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Drama


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When Amy is running to the elevator after the meeting she hits the up button on the elevator, but once inside she hits H to go down. See more »


Amy Jellicoe: Tyler, we can do this. We can work together.
Tyler: I don't want to get fired. I don't want to go to jail.
Amy Jellicoe: But we can be whistle blowers or maybe even heroes.
Tyler: Yea, right.
Amy Jellicoe: We could do something more with our lives. Come on, something more than this. Work with me.
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Fantastic finale
6 February 2012 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

Enlightened has come to an end... and needless to say, I am very much looking forward to the next season. Amy is on a new mission and she won't stop. That's part of the charm. Also, it's a new future for Levi, or at least a future with possibilities. All I can say is that I am very happy that Amy has stayed who she is... not all great films or series have to have an arc, where a character changes or learns something valuable. That is mistaken for great material. Instead, Amy has thought she has learned new things, yet none of them is what she really needs to learn. I cannot wait for the second season, and this is one of TV's finest series.

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12 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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