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Damages 5 Seasons 2010

Season 3
4.5 out of 5 stars (378) IMDb 8.1/10

Inspired by recent events in the world's economic collapse, Season 3 showcases DAMAGES signature legal-thriller storytelling as Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) takes on the Tobin family - a secretive clan determined to protect its interests at all costs. The Tobin family members have maintained their complete and total innocence. They claim not to have known anything about Louis Tobin's fraud. But Patty Hewes believes otherwise and will stop at nothing to prove it. Patty and her trusted lieutenant Tom Shayes (Tate Donovan) do battle against the Tobin family's trusted attorney Leonard Winstone (Martin Short), son Joe Tobin (Campbell Scott), and Louis Tobin's wife Marilyn (Lily Tomlin).

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Glenn Close, Rose Byrne

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1. Your Secrets Are Safe

Patty Hewes has been appointed by the U.S. government to recover billions of dollars lost to the largest investment fraud in Wall Street history. The new case pits Patty against the powerful Tobin family, which includes Joe Tobin, Marilyn Tobin, and the family's trusted attorney Leonard Winstone. Meanwhile, Ellen Parsons adjusts to the challenges of her new job, and life, away from Patty Hewes.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: January 25, 2010
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2. The Dog Is Happier Without Her

Patty Hewes digs deeper in the secrets of the Tobin family. Meanwhile, Ellen Parsons provides valuable assistance to Tom Shayes.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 1, 2010
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3. Flight's at 11:08

Patty Hewes races to prevent a key witness in the Tobin case from fleeing the country. Ellen learns a dark family secret.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: February 8, 2010
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4. Don't Throw That At The Chicken

Patty Hewes grills Louis Tobin about his fraud while Joe Tobin is faced with a decision that will determine his family's fate forever.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: February 15, 2010
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5. It's Not My Birthday

Patty Hewes squares off with the D.A. over access to a key witness. A job candidate at Hewes & Shayes asks Ellen for insight into Patty.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 22, 2010
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6. Don't Forget to Thank Mr. Zedeck

Under pressure to make progress in the Tobin case, Patty strikes a bargain with an unlikely source. Ellen uncovers new evidence about Louis Tobin's death as Tom starts to crack from his financial woes.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 1, 2010
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7. You Haven't Replaced Me

Patty sends Tom out of the country to follow the money trail of the Tobin fraud. Ellen must choose between her new boss and Patty. Leonard Winstone leaves the city under mysterious circumstances.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 8, 2010
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8. I Look Like Frankenstein

When Carol Tobin vanishes, Patty and Ellen have to track her down. Arthur Frobisher returns to launch his new Foundation.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 15, 2010
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9. Drive It Through Hardcore

Patty tracks down Carol Tobin and forces her to reveal the truth about Thanksgiving. Ellen's family life is turned upside down. Frobisher begins to make his movie.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 22, 2010
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10. Tell Me I'm Not Racist

Patty faces a professional disaster when her clients want her thrown off the Tobin case. A risky move by Tom Shayes could cost Ellen her job with the D.A.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: March 29, 2010
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11. All That Crap About Your Family

When her star witness is arrested, Patty strikes an unusual deal with D.A's office. Arthur Frobsiher shows off, and reveals a little too much of his past.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 5, 2010
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12. You Were His Little Monkey

Patty and Ellen set out to tear the Tobin Family apart. When Tom Shayes' job and marriage unravel, he strikes up a deadly alliance.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 12, 2010
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13. The Next One's Gonna Go In Your Throat

Season Finale. Ellen and Tom take matters into their own hands in an attempt to win the Tobin case as Patty Hewes is haunted by the true price of her success.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 1 hour Release date: April 19, 2010
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TV-MA CC Runtime: 4 minutes Release date: January 14, 2010
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Starring Glenn Close, Rose Byrne
Supporting actors Tate Donovan, Zachary Booth, Ted Danson, Anastasia Griffith, Michael Nouri, Noah Bean, Tom Noonan, Zeljko Ivanek, Chris Messina, David Costabile, Timothy Olyphant, Judd Hirsch, Glenn Kessler, Campbell Scott, Martin Short, Marcia Gay Harden, William Hurt, Tom Aldredge
Season year 2010
Network FX
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Steven Carrier on May 2, 2010
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The third season of 'Damages' is a bit of a departure from the pervious two seasons. Where season one was an extremely tight, maniacal thriller, and season two was a knotty, complex, esponiage-esque mystery, season three takes a cue from classic noir sensibilities. Season three is extremely understated and character driven. They are more concerned with digging into the character's psyches than with the actual court case. A standout aspect to the season is Patty's intriguing dream sequences. As for the case, it's almost non-existant, which is the point. The fact that the true center of the case remains a mystery up until the last episode helps enforce the centerless, surreal world of noir. Like any good noir, you never feel safe when watching season three.

My advice is that you need to be patient with this season. It's not as instantly rewarding as the other two, but the ending does pack a punch. I don't want to spell out all the noir connections in this little review because part of the fun is trying to figure them all out. Do some research on what makes something 'noir' and see if you agree with me. What you can expect more of in season three: is stellar acting from the impeccable cast, great dialogue and narrative construction and a very timely court case.

'Damages' is a phenomenal show and I think season three will be very rewarding to long time fans and especially to patient, attentive viewers.

'Damages' season three comes highly recommended.
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The first season of DAMAGES was one of the best seasons of television i'd witnessed in my many years . Just brilliant to my mind . I was less taken with season two but still think it better than the average bear . I felt that season (two) was kinda repetitive and certainly less inspired that that incredibly hard to match first year . There are a pretty fair amount of absurdities in this third season . The show hugs those to its breast though and really delivers on the entertainment value . My wife and i are streaming this season and last night completed episode eight . I'm thrilled to report that Martin Short does a superb job with the first serious role i've ever seen him do . I go all the way back to SCTV with Martin . I feel it's his best work since then . Tom Noonan is brilliant as well . The whole cast is outstanding in another must have season of cliff hangers , thrills , gasps , laughs and great wit . A huge thank you to the various writers . Better than most theatrical films .
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(This series set new standards for its kind. They raised the bar. So that two-
star rating reflects disappointment re two seasons of five-star winners.

DAMAGE'S Season's One and Two were so sharp, so starkly realistic in depicting the depths and heights of each principal character; plotting, motivations, sudden twists which were spectacular but remarkably believable and came easily from carefully-drawn, personalities and situations.

Not so in Season Three. Here, characterizations are a great deal thinner, their natures not as developed or believable. It's not the as-always great acting of Close & Co, but the writing. Characters seem cartoon-ish, abbreviated, stereotyped.

There seems to be more superfluous characters. Add to that, central characters were given hasty-seeming melodramatic exit scenarios to wrap up their parts. Those extraneous characters were given quick hello's and then contrived reasons for sudden goodbye's.

There won't be any spoilers in this review, because there are just so many of them; shocking denouements which suddenly usher characters out; most seeming rushed and melodramatic; maybe called for by stereotyped characters there only to justify some plot twist.

Overall it seems this season was designed to end the series. I hope it won't be; I pray that if Damages is to go they go out in a blaze of intelligence and far-more sophisticated plotting, acting, dialogue and sophisticated entertainment. Amen
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Once again DAMAGES proves why it's one of TV's finest shows. Season 3 is a labyrynthine mix of greed, deception, lies, revelations, secrets---you name it, you got it. Without setting one foot in the courtroom, DAMAGES is legal drama at its best. The scripts and direction are superior, weaving intense personal subplots into the main plot.
And the acting? Brilliant to say the least. Glenn Close brings a complexity to Patty Hewes that transcends the usual villainess persona. Shrewd--manipulative--ambitious--maybe even evil..but few characters on TV are as multidimensional as Patty and no one could portray her any better than Close. Rose Byrne is equally impressive, a Patty Hewes in the making. Byrne and Close work beautifully together. Given a larger role this season, Tate Donovan is mesmerizing as the doomed Tom Shayes. The guest stars this season are outstanding, especially Martin Short in a rare dramatic turn as the Tobins family attorney. And the rest are perfect: Campbell Scott, Ben Shankman, Ted Danson, Craig Bierko, Dominic Ciani, Timothy Olyphant, Madchen Amick, Len Cariou, Zachary Booth and of course Lily Tomlin as the Tobin matriarch. Ensemble acting at its finest.
While MAD MEN gathers most critical accolades, DAMAGES imo is TV's best drama series.
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