The Affair (2014– )
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Episode #4.9 

After Alison comes back from LA, knowing what she knows about Ben, they have the inevitable talk.

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Sam Gold

Writers:

Sarah Treem, Hagai Levi (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Dominic West ... Noah Solloway (credit only)
Ruth Wilson ... Alison Bailey
Maura Tierney ... Helen Solloway (credit only)
Joshua Jackson ... Cole Lockhart (credit only)
Catalina Sandino Moreno ... Luisa Leon (credit only)
Omar Metwally ... Dr. Vic Ullah (credit only)
Julia Goldani Telles ... Whitney Solloway (credit only)
Jadon Sand ... Trevor Solloway (credit only)
Sanaa Lathan ... Janelle Wilson (credit only)
Ramon Rodriguez ... Ben Cruz
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After Alison comes back from LA, knowing what she knows about Ben, they have the inevitable talk.

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Drama

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TV-MA
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Release Date:

12 August 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

California, USA

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Asides from the final scene, the entire episode basically takes place in one room. See more »

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Live Oak
by Jason Isbell
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Fantastic writing, acting and simplicity
20 August 2018 | by nesdon-2See all my reviews

It's amazing how some of the best TV I've ever seen has been just two people in one room talking. The best episode of Masters of Sex was "Fight" with Sheen and Caplan, in a hotel room, supposedly talking about boxing. The best episode of Homicide was "Mercy" with Braugher and Woodard in the 'box' talking about euthanasia. This episode was a twofer, with two alternate universes, one beautiful and full of grace, one ugly and full of fear, each rendered completely and believably from the same two people inhabiting each. I found it utterly breathtaking, a testament to the prodigious talent that has graced this series.


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