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The Vermont Victim & The Bakersfield Hustle 

Marius and Julia travel to Vermont to enlist a reluctant art forger out of retirement. Taylor is suspended from the police force and seeks solace with Lorraine. In California, Audrey must ... See full summary »

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Clare Kilner

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Sarah Sutherland (executive story editor)
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Episode credited cast:
Giovanni Ribisi ... Marius Josipovic
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick J. Adams ... Stefan Kilbane
Libe Barer ... Carly Bowman
Patrick Brennan ... Chet
Alexandra Chando ... Natalie Sheffield
Kevin Chapman ... Bo Lockley
Efrat Dor ... Lizzie
Stephanie Faracy ... Dotti
Peter Gerety ... Otto Bernhardt
Marin Ireland ... Julia Bowman
Ricky Jay ... T.H. Vignetti
Amy Landecker ... Lorraine Sheffield
Jeté Laurence ... Ellen
Justin Lee ... Tuan
Margo Martindale ... Audrey Bernhardt
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Marius and Julia travel to Vermont to enlist a reluctant art forger out of retirement. Taylor is suspended from the police force and seeks solace with Lorraine. In California, Audrey must face her estranged father as she agrees to help Carly find the truth about Lila.

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Crime | Drama

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10 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Red Rose
Composed by Ken Elkinson
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Enter M. Emmett Walsh
12 May 2019 | by TheFearmakersSee all my reviews

Cult movie legend M Emmett Walsh plays a character that is supposed to be hated by the audience because the characters seem to hate him, but it's not really understood why. Maybe I'm just a fan of the actor, who could make otherwise shallow characters entertaining. And yet he's much too old now to matter either way, and looks pretty bad (but compared to the dying Ricky Jay as the Van Helsing of Con Artists, he's Channing Tatum).

Either way, this is the best episode so far despite only taking place in two locations, for the most part, and another character is revealed, a female art forger who's "spirituality" takes the place of Maggie's New Age "aura" hippie from the previous season. They're both like Glenda the Good Witch, immune to the wicked world in which they're equally a part of... or were once.

Meanwhile, Julia remains the best character this time around. Even Taylor is fumbling with a lackluster storyline of helping a middle aged woman with her druggie teenage daughter which borders on an Afternoon Special.

But this is a different kind of season. It's as if they figure we know the characters enough to let them slow down. And that they do.


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