The OA (2016– )
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After OA recounts a dramatic final night at Hap's, the others begin to see her story in a new light. The fragments of the dream click into place.

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Zal Batmanglij
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brit Marling ... Prairie Johnson
Emory Cohen ... Homer
Scott Wilson ... Abel Johnson
Phyllis Smith ... Betty Broderick-Allen
Alice Krige ... Nancy Johnson
Patrick Gibson ... Steve Winchell
Brendan Meyer ... Jesse
Brandon Perea ... Alfonso Sosa / French
Ian Alexander ... Buck Vu
Jason Isaacs ... Dr. Hunter Aloysius 'Hap' Percy
Riz Ahmed ... Elias Rahim
Paz Vega ... Renata
Will Brill ... Scott Brown
Sharon Van Etten ... Rachel
Marcus Choi ... Mr. Vu
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After OA recounts a dramatic final night at Hap's, the others begin to see her story in a new light. The fragments of the dream click into place.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 December 2016 (USA) See more »

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Netflix See more »
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Quotes

[first lines]
Sheriff Stan Markham: [holding a gun to his head] Hap! Do not stand. Just turn around in the chair and face me. Put both hands, palms up, on your knees.
Dr. Hunter Hap: This this is exactly what it looks like, Stan. I have five people locked in my basement...
Sheriff Stan Markham: You can get it off your chest in the deposition.
Dr. Hunter Hap: I have to talk to you about Evelyn
Sheriff Stan Markham: You don't say my wife's name!
Dr. Hunter Hap: What if I told you that I could cure ALS? I could free her from the prison of her body.
Sheriff Stan Markham: Stand up. Turn around. I'm gonna cuff you.
Dr. Hunter Hap: I've spent my life ...
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Angel
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Written by Sarah McLachlan (uncredited)
Performed by Devon Welsh (uncredited)
[sung a capella over the closing credits]
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What a dumb person's idea of a smart show is.

Garbage, absolute garbage. The ending makes no sense at all whatsoever. It's painfully obvious that this show is Netflix letting Brit do whatever she wants in the indie garbage sphere. But she's lost her way, she's not concerned whatsoever with the viewer's enjoyment, as much as she is her 'own vision'. The ending is pretentious and misplaced, and an absolute directorial failure from every angle. Welcome to a questionable ending (to be continued, give me funding for season two) to a very333 drawn out plot line that hardly makes sense at times. Feel good in the fact if you watch this series and go 'what the hell was that', you're in the top 10%. Because there are a lot of dumb people who think this is a good show, without giving it a second glance.


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