Selfie (2014)
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When Eliza discovers that a distracted Henry wants to drastically reduce their mentoring sessions, she resolves to put an end to Henry's biggest distraction - his new lady friend, Julia.

Director:

Christine Gernon

Writers:

Emily Kapnek (created by), Brian Chamberlayne
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Karen Gillan ... Eliza Dooley
John Cho ... Henry Higgs
Allyn Rachel ... Bryn
Da'Vine Joy Randolph ... Charmonique
David Harewood ... Sam Saperstein
Allison Miller ... Julia
Giacomo Gianniotti ... Freddy
Brian Huskey ... Larry
Matty Cardarople ... Charlie (as Matthew Cardarople)
Kelsey Ledgin ... Prue (as Kelsey Ford)
Madeleine McGraw ... Little Girl
Joel Swetow ... Keynote Speaker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sapir Azulay ... Thistle
Patrick Carlyle ... Balthazar
Ashlyn Mackenzie Ashlyn Mackenzie ... Debby
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When Eliza discovers that a distracted Henry wants to drastically reduce their mentoring sessions, she resolves to put an end to Henry's biggest distraction - his new lady friend, Julia.

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Madeline McGraw later went on to star opposite Bradley Cooper and Keir O'Donnell in American Sniper (2014). Bradley Cooper provided the voice of Rocket Racoon in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) which Karen Gillan starred as Nebula and Keir O' Donnell starred as Darren Meadows in the short film Bound for Greatness (2014), which Karen Gillan starred as Maeve MacDonough. See more »

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One of my favorite episodes thus far
12 November 2014 | by garymcfarlandhbSee all my reviews

This was one of my favorite episodes thus far. The back and forth commentary between Eliza and Julia (to Henry) is classic. The relationship between Henry and Eliza also felt very real and believable. I found myself feeling sorry for Eliza, and genuinely identifying with her situation. Yes, her original solution was immature and childish, but of course that is the entire premise of the show. The fact that she catches herself and admits that she needs to improve keeps the viewers on her side and routing for her ultimate success. The characters are really finding their rhythm in this episode. I am also looking forward to seeing how the writers develop these characters and their relationship going forward.


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