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Big Love 5 Seasons 2009

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Season 3
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4.5 out of 5 stars (444) IMDb 7.6/10

It's not a polygamist-friendly world out there. That's why Bill Henrickson wants to protect his growing family by diversifying his businesses, building goodwill, and adding a new wife who can deliver him more children in Season 3 of HBO's hit series.

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Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn

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Season 3
1. Block Party

In the Season Three premiere, Bill pitches a Mormon-friendly casino, with help from Margene. Meanwhile, a block party becomes the battleground for Bill to defend the family against gossip, and for Nicki to defend her life as Roman Grant's daughter.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: January 18, 2009
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2. Empire

Bill and his family test out the group-dating waters with Ana, with mixed results. Bill presses ahead with his unlikely courtship of Jerry Flute, despite a sizable expense, a crisis in Don's family, and an apparent gaffe by Margene.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: January 25, 2009
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3. Prom Queen

As Bill debates what to do with Rhonda, another potential witness, Kathy, goes underground. Frank finds himself in a bind; a revelation from Ana tests Bill's commitment; Margene gets disturbing personal news; Wanda spills a secret about Nicki's past.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 1 hour Release date: February 1, 2009
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4. On Trial

After Bill tries to get Alby to break ranks with the Prophet, Roman finally has his day in court. Meanwhile, Nicki struggles with her devotion to her father; Sarah considers her prospects; Adaleen offers Rhonda some compelling reasons not to testify.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: February 8, 2009
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5. For Better or For Worse

Barb, Nicki and Margene bicker over living arrangements; Bill barters for a loan approval; Sarah, Ben, Heather and Franky make a dangerous foray into the heart of Juniper Creek; Roman summons his children to his motel.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: February 15, 2009
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6. Come, Ye Saints

The Henricksons embark on a road-trip pilgrimage to a Joseph Smith shrine in Cumorah, NY, where Bill intends to bury a family time capsule in the sacred earth. Along the way, a series of jarring revelations test their limits--and Bill's faith.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: February 22, 2009
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7. Fight or Flight

Treading on dangerous ground, Nicki endures a domestic 'intervention.' At Juniper Creek, Glory, angry at being usurped by Lura and shunned by Alby, smuggles a copy of a potentially incendiary document to Bill, who isn't sure how to handle it.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: March 1, 2009
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8. Rough Edges

Bill urges the DA's office to bring a murder charge against Roman. Bill learns the license hold-up may be due to his brother-in-law Ted--and the church document he bought from Alby. Margene starts a business selling bracelets.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: March 8, 2009
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9. Outer Darkness

Buoyed by a visit from Barb and Margene, Nicki returns home after getting a call from Bill, but her spirits sag when his intentions become clear. Meanwhile, Barb faces excommunication; and Bill reconsiders his hard-line position on Roman.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: March 15, 2009
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10. Sacrament

In the Season Three finale, Bill looks to solve a kidnapping while bringing down Roman and the Greenes; Nicki's web of secrets gets more tangled; Margene scores as a TV pitchwoman; and Sarah shocks the family with a surprise announcement.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: March 22, 2009
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By Brad Schmidt on April 18, 2009
Format: DVD
I have read on several Web sites that the ratings for this show are only so-so. It's a shame more people aren't watching it. This show has attracted the best character actors in Hollywood. And what a dream it must be to play characters that are so complex and multi-layered.

I will admit, the storylines are all very similar. They all revolve around either Bill having some issue with his wives or Bill struggling against people who are trying to keep him from the business deals he wants to make happen. (This season is focused on making Weber Gaming a success and all the trouble the getting into gambling is causing him and his family). The thing is, even though there is a predictable pattern of going back and forth between family drama and work drama, all the people in Bill's life continue to evolve and we continue to see them grow and struggle.

I truly hope this show is renewed for a few more seasons. I am still very invested in these characters and want to know what happens to them.
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I've been a long-time fan of Big Love, and can't help but be addicted to this story about a polygamist, successful Mormon businessman Bill Henrickson (played credibly by Bill Paxton), and his three wives - Barb (Jeanne Triplehorn) the first wife who was initially (during her battle with cancer)persuaded by husband Bill to embrace "The Principle" which basically embraces the concept of polygamy. Through Seasons 1-2, we see Barb struggle with the consequences of living The Principle as reflected in the conflicts between her and her two other sister wives (as the co-wives are called) and also the impact it has on her own relationship not just with Bill and their children, but also Barb's family. Then there's second wife Nicolette (Chloe Sevigny) who is the daughter of Roman Grant, the patriarch and Prophet of Juniper Creek, a Mormon settlement and whose followers all embrace The Principle. Nicki's character is often portrayed as ultra religious and rather extreme in her views, though she is not without flaws - for one, she is a spendthrift and her battles with shopping addiction was well-chronicled in the earlier seasons. The main reason for Nicki's joining Bill's family was initially to provide a mother figure for Bill and Barb's children in case Barb should die. Finally, the third wife is Margene, the new convert to The Principle, and also the youngest amongst the wives. Over the seasons, we see Margene maturing into her role as the third sister wife and no longer as naive as she was in the first season.

As Season Three begins, there is plenty of drama to keep long-time fans entertained and to intrigue new fans (though this series does need to be watched from the First Season in order to truly understand all the dynamics of the relationships and the convoluted story arcs).
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Binge watching may be inadvisable. I found myself wanting the Greene's to choke egomaniac, sex fiend, greedy, manipulative, not nearly as good looking as I thought he was in season 1, sanctimonious without accompanying religiosity Bill for at least another full minute, for Barb to wake up out of whatever fogs she's been in and finally inform her husband that she'll no longer tolerate his philandering ... regardless of his supposed testimony to go back to his fundamentalist roots, for Nicki to "shut the H up" with her whining, smirking, manipulative, destructive, falsely pious blather (actually, now that I think about it, she's Bill's female reflection) ... and for Margene to admit that she's bisexual, sexually attracted to Ben, and too naive to actually survive without at least three other people to care for her. I was very glad that Ana ran off.
On the other hand, I've obviously become so invested in the show that I'm writing a full length review.
Harry Dean Stanton is absolutely superb in his role as The Prophet; not only does he absolutely have that raw-boned appearance ... defines the concept, actually ... but voice inflection, facial expression, and entirety of presentation is award worthy (Hello, again, Kiser Pease. You ain't changed not one little bit in 40 long years. Where the Lilies Bloom made an indelible impression on me; this actor was a large part of that).
I'll be watching for other movies/shows that feature Matt Ross, who portrays Alby Grant; he has that charisma that makes him very interesting to watch
The other actors in Big Love play their roles to the hilt as well, as has been discussed by many other viewers.
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Big Love took me a while to like. I didn't have anything to connect to in real life, and the last two seasons reached a little to far with the public life of someone trying to live a private life being married to 3 women. Season 3 was the highlight season where the story, character development, and realistic nature of problems I could see stemming from the situation matching something (I can only imagine) nearing realistic. By this point you have your characters filed in terms of who you like, are for and against and can see the difficulties being faced by most all. That is what made Season 3 the best as each characters challenges became realistic and clear and they brought them forward through dysfunction or resolution. Overall a decent show, just a subject I couldn't really dig into that deep. Though I think polygamy is wrong and dysfunctional I could start to see how the bigger family dynamics would develop in time and whether I agree or not it has been practiced for a long time and would definitely create unique challenges. The show does a decent job of portraying them and I thought season 3 was the peak.
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