Jessica Jones (2015–2019)
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AKA I've Got the Blues 

Jessica searches morgues for clues. Trish goes all out to keep Simpson from getting in Jessica's way. Malcolm has an epiphany.


Uta Briesewitz


Brian Michael Bendis (based on the character from the Marvel comics by), Michael Gaydos (based on the character from the Marvel comics by) | 4 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Krysten Ritter ... Jessica Jones
Mike Colter ... Luke Cage
Rachael Taylor ... Trish Walker
Wil Traval ... Will Simpson
Eka Darville ... Malcolm Ducasse
Colby Minifie ... Robyn
Ryan Farrell ... Jackson
Paul Pryce Paul Pryce ... Donald
Rebecca De Mornay ... Dorothy Walker
Catherine Blades ... Young Trish
Nichole Yannetty ... Nicole
Thomas Kopache ... Dr. Kozlov
Elizabeth Cappuccino ... Young Jessica
Phillip James Griffith ... McManus (as P.J. Griffith)
KeiLyn Durrel Jones ... Male EMT (as Keilyn Durrel Jones)


Jessica searches morgues for clues. Trish goes all out to keep Simpson from getting in Jessica's way. Malcolm has an epiphany.

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20 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


The last stanza played by the girl Flutist is from Ian Anderson/Jethro Tull's 'Up To Me' off their classic rock masterpiece - Aqualung. See more »


Jessica mistakenly says the broken rib is poking her liver, which is on the right side, not her injured left, clearly demonstrating her lack of medical training. This is not a goof, however, as it's just the type of sarcastic, off-handed comment Jessica regularly makes and it wasn't intended as medical fact. See more »


Young Trish: It's not fair. I don't even know her. We just go to the same school. I don't want to do this.
Dorothy Walker: And I don't want to cover up for a stupid starlet who set a nightclub on fire.
Young Trish: It was a tablecloth. I don't know how it started.
Dorothy Walker: Because you were passed out!
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Barely entertaining
26 May 2016 | by Tarx309See all my reviews

This was definitely the worst episode. A good portion felt entirely unnecessary, and a lot of it, like the entire episode, contributed nothing. Will's storyline was incredible pathetic - probably the worst idea for an episode this entire season. He's an incredibly obnoxious character at this point, and just lazily written. Trish was unnecessary and shouldn't have been included, and after all she was redundant as always. They attempted humour again (oh dear lord) and my gosh it fell flat.

Every scene involving the support group wasn't just bad; it was incredible laughable. Awful characters (Robyn in particular), and an awful storyline. The only reconciliation this episode had was some half tense moments, and some intriguing flashbacks. The flashbacks were great and it was very interesting seeing each one of them. Apart from that, there wasn't much to enjoy here. A Kilgrave-less episode was an awful idea.

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