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Big Love 5 Seasons 2010

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Season 4
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4.4 out of 5 stars (461) IMDb 7.6/10

Bill Henrickson finally has his wish of a world free from the corrupt 'prophet' of Juniper Creek, Roman Grant. But things are still as crazy as ever in Season 4 as Bill launches a Mormon-friendly casino and considers a run for State Senate in Utah!

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Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn

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Season 4
1. Free at Last

With the grand opening of the Blackfoot Magic Casino only days away, the Henricksons make last-minute preparations. Meanwhile, Adaleen shares a shocking secret with Nicki; and Margie makes an on-air slip-up.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: January 10, 2010
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2. The Greater Good

Ignoring pleas from Nicki to become Juniper Creek's next prophet, Bill contemplates running for the vacant Utah State Senate seat against an ardent polygamy foe, Roy Coburn.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: January 17, 2010
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3. Strange Bedfellows

Bill, Nicki and Cara Lynn travel to Washington, D.C., where Bill tries to land an endorsement from Congressman Clark Paley while mending things with Nicki. Meanwhile, Margene's on-air triumph is tempered by a case of mistaken identity.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: January 24, 2010
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4. The Mighty and Strong

Pressed by Coburn to state his intentions, Bill gets his family to stage an elaborate rally announcing his candidacy. He isn't so lucky when an audit uncovers insurance discrepancies caused by his multiple wives.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: January 31, 2010
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5. Sins of the Father

Bill pulls out all the stops to win Paley's support for the State Senate nomination, while Nicki continues as his campaign's 'secret weapon.' Meanwhile, Margene gets the cold shoulder; and Bill absorbs a last-minute sucker punch from Coburn.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: February 7, 2010
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6. Under One Roof

Ana resurfaces with a surprise revelation. Meanwhile, Bill tries to get Tommy and Jerry to rebrand the casino; Marilyn makes yet another impressive pitch; and, with a flourish, Bill shows his wives the family's collective future.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: February 14, 2010
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7. Blood Atonement

Bill and a vengeful Joey make an emergency trip to Mexico after Lois & Frank's latest smuggling escapade backfires; Nicki is jolted by a doctor's news; Margene offers up a novel remedy to keep Ana from leaving the country; a bomb scare rocks the casino.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: February 21, 2010
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8. Next Ticket Out

Sarah makes a shocking announcement; Nicki tries a new look; Margene is put on the defensive with Bill; Barb is put in an unwanted spotlight; an exposed Marilyn looks to bring down Bill; a suspicious Bill looks for clues about J.J. in Kansas.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: February 28, 2010
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9. End of Days

In the Season Four finale, Bill faces last-minute threats to his candidacy; the three wives feel the strain as Election Day arrives.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: March 7, 2010
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The first season was spent character building, laying down basic relationships and primary issues. The second and third seasons expanded on that, and in my opinion were incredibly. The third season was spectacular. But the fourth season was a complete disappointment. I will buy this season when it comes out, simply out of continuity, and I will continue to watch the last season because I'm emotionally attached to the characters and story, but my issue with the fourth season is one of plot development. In the previous seasons secrets and twists and clues build up, and get let out to create some really intense drama which is what gives the show its power. However, the fourth season had none of that. The problems were presented, and resolved soon thereafter. Most secrets were discovered in the same episode. There were no build-ups, and nothing left to the imagination. My guess is that the writers have really exhausted most of the problems and issues that could arise with this set of characters in the situation they're in, and there isn't much left to do. I really hope that the final season will redeem the series and end strong.
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My wife and I watched Seasons 1 and 2 of the Big Love Series. It was interesting programing in that the story depicted an unknown world and put it into a believable and interesting framework. It was like looking through a little window into a situation we've read about but had no first-hand knowledge. The acting, scenes and directing were all rather good. So, we watched Season 3. Well, the first two seasons were just an introduction to polygamy. Season 3 built on that introductory base and the situations and personal interactions became more complicated and somewhat more interesting. Season 4 seemed a natural.

In Season 4, the foursome becomes ever more unstable. One of the wives takes an outside job and becomes locally famous. Another wife takes an outside suitor. One of the grandparents gets involved in smuggling parrots from Mexico. The grandfather dies and is frozen. The husband runs for public office and ultimately outs himself as a polygamist. The husband also gets involved in an Indian gaming venture and all the related complications. And it goes on and on. The problem is the story gets to be more and more unbelievable as the program proceeds. Seasons 1 and 2 were believable and were much like a well-done, low-keyed documentary on polygamous life in Utah. Season 3 became a stretch of that situation and was filled with a host of side issues. Season 4 is such a big stretch that it defies credibility, and that's a problem. It's just pure unadulterated fiction, and not very good fiction at that. Don't get me wrong, it's a well done program and many people may love watching it. But, my initial attractions to Season 1 and 2 no longer apply and I have serious doubts that I would ever watch Series 5.

Gary Peterson
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While Seasons 1 to 3 were excellent, Season 4 really jumped the shark, with ridiculous plot lines that really ruined the momentum of this great show. Season 5, the final one, is a bit better, but I could avoid seeing 4 again. Only for die hards.
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Bill Paxton as the polygamist Mormon in this series has driven me absolutely crazy for four seasons. I always want to reach inside of the television and start choking him for the crazy things he does. This season he pushed my buttons even more. He decides to run for political office, of all things, with the express idea of going public about being a polygamous Mormon at his victory speech with his multiple wives and children beside him. "You idiot," I scream at my TV, "how can you be so stupid?!" But this is Paxton's brilliance. He has completely caught someone who is in the continuous, rapt thrall of obsessive religious belief. He is humorless, which is true of all zealots, because he never steps outside of its thrall for even a second. It absolutely controls every aspect of his life. He laments his early beginnings as a lost boy, thrown out of his outlaw Mormon compound, and mistakenly believes he has recovered from all of that. He has never recovered from being raised at a cult religious encampment. What he's done is try to transplant the cult to new soil, mainstream USA life. He plays the character as rather one dimensional and robotic because someone who is in a state of rapturous religious zeal IS one dimensional!

The other characters revolve around him. He is the head so what he says goes. However, he has thrown three wives together, all of whom have his children. They live and function as a unit. Like women everywhere who are cast into subordinate positions from which they can never emerge, they scheme around him. Oh boy, do they scheme. While he has his eye constantly on the prize, being united with heavenly father in paradise with this huge family, the wives jockey for position, power, and play all ends against the middle.
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Disappointed with all the loose ends in story lines. What has happened to Joey? The very weird JJ character and his frankenstein experiments,,,seriously what is that all about? There is just too much story being crammed into every episode. I love Bill Paxton, but he really is just jumping from one place to the next as his character Bill Henrickson. It's getting more difficult to like him. I hope all his wives leave him. He and Nicki are probably best suited to each other, but she is definitely a psycho with no soul.
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