Bloodline (2015–2017)
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Part 32 

A disoriented John finds himself in the hospital and proceeds to experience a series of surreal encounters that meld the past with the present.


Mikael Håfström


Todd A. Kessler (created by), Glenn Kessler (created by) | 7 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle Chandler ... John Rayburn
Linda Cardellini ... Meg Rayburn
Norbert Leo Butz ... Kevin Rayburn
John Leguizamo ... Ozzy Delvecchio (credit only)
Jacinda Barrett ... Diana Rayburn
Jamie McShane ... Eric O'Bannon
Katie Finneran ... Belle Rayburn
Chloë Sevigny ... Chelsea O'Bannon
Sissy Spacek ... Sally Rayburn
Ben Mendelsohn ... Danny Rayburn
Owen Teague ... Nolan Rayburn
David Zayas ... Sheriff Aguirre
Hani Avital ... Beth Mackey
Jules Willcox ... Julia Degrasse
Taylor Rouviere ... Janey Rayburn


A disoriented John finds himself in the hospital and proceeds to experience a series of surreal encounters that meld the past with the present.

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Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

26 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sarabande Productions See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Sam Shepard (Robert Rayburn) and Ben Mendelsohn (Danny Rayburn) also worked together on Killing Them Softly (2012) as Dillon and Russell, respectively. See more »


[first lines]
Nurse: [entering his hospital room] Good morning, John. How you feeling this morning? Do you remember me from last night?
John Rayburn: No, I don't.
Nurse: That's okay. It's to be expected.
John Rayburn: [noticing her name tag] "Quinlan."
Nurse: Mm-hm.
[shining her flashlight into his eyes]
Nurse: Look up. Go left. Good.
John Rayburn: Where are my clothes?
Nurse: Your memory will come back when you're ready. Go right. Good. Best thing for you right now is to get some rest.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Do Not Send Us Astray (2018) See more »


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Written by Merkel, Jonathan and Osuna, Danny
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Skip this Ep, what a tragedy
2 June 2017 | by speaktomenowSee all my reviews

Wow. What a train wreck. As a long time fan I kept waiting for this to get important. It's the second to last episode so surely we will get some purpose and resolution? Nope! This is the Ep that will sadly define the missed opportunity and the wasted talent that could have made this a seven season series. No wonder they opted to kill the show off when you see this episode.

My disappointment can barely be captured, even the brief appearance of Ben Mendehlson can't save this pointless 'filler' Ep. At such a crucial time, the penultimate episode they chose to waste it on this awful script. Was there a writers strike? What happened here? I wish nothing more than to assure any long time fans that you can skip this Ep. It adds nothing, there is no point and it's just 60 minutes of tiresome viewing that feels like homework. It taints the whole series sadly.

Yes, this Ep can be skipped.

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