Enlightened (2011–2013)
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Season Two Premiere. Looking for the key to ruin Abaddonn and free its employees, Amy orchestrates a meeting with a charming whistle-blowing journalist, Jeff Flender (Dermot Mulroney), ... See full summary »

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Nicole Holofcener

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Mike White, Mike White (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Laura Dern ... Amy Jellicoe
Luke Wilson ... Levi Callow (credit only)
Diane Ladd ... Helen Jellicoe
Sarah Burns ... Krista Jacobs
Timm Sharp ... Dougie Daniels
Mike White ... Tyler
Dermot Mulroney ... Jeff Flender
Jason Mantzoukas ... Omar Ali
Bayne Gibby ... Connie
Jon Shere Jon Shere ... Louis
Brent Bradshaw ... Ken
Michael Patrick McGill ... Security Guard
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Season Two Premiere. Looking for the key to ruin Abaddonn and free its employees, Amy orchestrates a meeting with a charming whistle-blowing journalist, Jeff Flender (Dermot Mulroney), sharing some of the incriminating emails she has dug up. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 January 2013 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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Amy Jellicoe: What if this kingdom really is cursed? It is cursed. With a lunatic logic. A death drive. Its castle made of glass and concrete... and cancer. What if somehow you knew how to break the spell and only you could bring the light? What if somehow you had found the key that could unlock the chains? The magic key that could free us all. Would you use it? You have to use it.
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Bullseye!
16 January 2013 | by markymnstrSee all my reviews

In its own strange quirky way this season's opening episode hit the perfect chord. Timely, touching, relevant and so spot on. I typically am not a fan of voice overs, but in this instance Laura Dern's was haunting and perfect. And, IMO, yes we need more media entertainment discussing, exploring these hugely important issues in our society so that they become more a part of our cultural consciousness.

Last year when this series started I didn't think I'd make it past the second or third episode but it kept growing on me like an acquired taste. Sort of like the Wire did. I'm sooo glad I stayed with it. It's rapidly becoming one of my favorite shows on the small screen. Just wish it was an hour instead of a half hour.


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