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Damages 5 Seasons 2011

Season 4
4.4 out of 5 stars (402) IMDb 8.1/10

Patty Hewes is back in action, tackling the most challenging case of her illustrious career. Following up Patty's decisive victory over corrupt CEO Arthur Frobisher in Season 1 and her decimation of Ultima National Resources in Season 2, Patty Hewes has recently been appointed by the U.S. government to recover billions of dollars in stolen assets from the largest investment fraud in U.S. history, a fraud perpetrated by the esteemed financier Louis Tobin.

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Glenn Close, Rose Byrne

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1. There's Only One Way To Try A Case

As Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) prepares to sue a multinational drug maker, Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) asks high school classmate Chris Sanchez to help expose a private security firm's illegal actions in Afghanistan. But as Chris hesitates while seeking help in dealing with his haunting memories, the company's powerful CEO is working behind the scenes to make sure that the truth is never revealed.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: July 13, 2011
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2. I've Done Way Too Much For This Girl

After Chris Sanchez's agreement to testify convinces her bosses to pursue a lawsuit against High Star Security, Ellen (Rose Byrne) discovers that they caved under pressure and reneged on the deal. But as Chris finds himself the target of what he's led to believe are Islamic extremists bent on avenging the death of a fellow Afghani fighter, Ellen must consider turning to Patty (Glenn Close) for help.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: July 20, 2011
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3. I'd Prefer My Old Office

As Ellen (Rose Byrne) returns to the Hewes & Associates office to pursue her lawsuit against Howard Erickson (John Goodman), Patty's (Glenn Close) search for her missing son leads to Boston. To silence Chris Sanchez (Chris Messina), Erickson authorizes his henchmen to use whatever means necessary to make sure he won't deliver any damaging testimony in the lawsuit.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: July 27, 2011
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4. Next One's On Me, Blondie

While being held hostage in Afghanistan, Chris (Chris Messina) sends a local operative to New York with a message for Ellen (Rose Byrne). As Patty (Glenn Close) enlists an old mentor to help with the case, news of a mysterious fifth member of the team that was on the disastrous High Star mission forces CEO Howard Erickson (John Goodman) to consider drastic measure to protect himself and his company.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: August 3, 2011
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5. We'll Just Have To Find Another Way To Cut The Balls Off This Thing

As CIA operative Jerry Boorman looks to stop Ellen's (Rose Byrne) depositions once and for all, High Star CEO Howard Erickson (John Goodman) turns to a Defense Department contact to stop the release of incriminating confidential files. Meanwhile, as she is working alongside Ellen, Patty (Glenn Close) worries about her granddaughter's unexplained illness.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: August 10, 2011
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6. Add That Little Hopper To Your Stew

As she fights to see the imprisoned Nasim Marwat, Ellen (Rose Byrne) closes in on a CIA cover up of an illegal intelligence mission in Afghanistan that could bring down High Star Security CEO Howard Erickson (John Goodman). And as she and Patty (Glenn Close) look to exonerate Nasim, Ellen offers a reporter the story of a lifetime in exchange for his help locating the missing Chris Sanchez (Chris Messina).

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: August 17, 2011
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7. I'm Worried About My Dog

As Howard Erickson (John Goodman) looks to bury the truth about a botched mission in Afghanistan, Ellen (Rose Byrne) and Patty (Glenn Close) seek a source inside the CIA who could help in their lawsuit against him and his company. And as Patty uses her class action suit against a French pharmaceutical giant to get the information she and Ellen need, Erickson returns to Afghanistan to ensure that Chris Sanchez (Chris Messina) will never talk.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: August 24, 2011
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8. The War Will Go On Forever

As she sends a reporter to Afghanistan to find Chris, Ellen (Rose Byrne) teams up with Patty (Glenn Close) to depose Howard Erickson (John Goodman). Meanwhile, when his French girlfriend uncovers the truth about an intelligence asset he's been hiding in New York, Jerry Boorman (Dylan Baker) takes drastic measures to protect himself and the CIA.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 31, 2011
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9. There's A Whole Slew Of Ladies With Bad Things To Say About The Taliban

As Chris Sanchez's life hangs in the balance, Jerry Boorman's (Dylan Baker) offer to sell out Howard Erickson (John Goodman) in order to protect the Afghan boy he's keeping in a CIA safe house leaves Ellen (Rose Byrne) and Patty (Glenn Close) facing an important decision about the future of their lawsuit against High Star.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: September 7, 2011
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10. Failure Is Lonely

As Ellen (Rose Byrne) moves to settle her lawsuit against High Star in exchange for Chris Sanchez's (Chris Messina) safe return, her plans are upended by Patty's (Glenn Close) surprise legal action against Howard Erickson (John Goodman). And while Ellen wants to put the suit behind her, rogue CIA agent Jerry Boorman (Dylan Baker) redoubles his efforts to destroy Erickson as he fights to hang on to his Afghan son.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: September 14, 2011
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I've watched this series for 4 seasons. The acting is consistantly great! Glenn Close and Rose Byrne are both excellent actors and they deserve higher star ratings than the the show is getting in season 4. Some people are givingpoor ratings with 1-2 stars because of a change in Amazon's policy to not offer it free starting in season 4 with the amazon prime video membership. These poor reviews are bringing the actual show ratings down. Amazon's policy change has nothing to do with the quality of the actual show. I wish people would rate the acting and writing quality of the show correctly and not lower it because they're pissed off at Amazon.
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Bruce Altman tells Glenn Close to F*** ***. What could be better? Another great season of Damages. And John Goodman as the villain.
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Damages is well written and plotted, with wonderful acting. It stands head and shoulders above most shows on television. Kudos also for casting an older woman in a leading roll. John Goodman was wonderful in his role as Howard T. Erickson, the head of Blackwater Security. The show is smart and engaging, so rare these days.

I enjoyed this season far more than last season. The death of (Tate Donovan) playing Thomas Shayes made the body count rather high. There was also a general gloom to season 3, which I found depressing. Cynicism makes the show more gripping, but can go too far.
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[This review applies to all seasons. I'll leave it to others to focus on the battle with mercenaries and their evil but possibly sincerely Christian and patriotic leader, played beautifully by John Goodman. ]

To badly paraphrase Lewis Black, this is a legal drama the way Olive Garden is an Italian restaurant. It takes place within the context of lawsuits, or would-be lawsuits, or law offices, and that's about it. But there the drama begins. When it's at its best, it has you wondering just how much the Glenn Close character, Patty Hewes, has had to do with all the bad things that happen to people you have developed affection for. You _know_ how much she's had to do with the bad stuff that afflicts the people you're supposed to despise. And one does not merely find the villains nasty, or irritating, or despicable. One actively and viscerally despises them. One is disgusted by them. One's bile and whatever other bodily fluids are aroused by hate and contempt and disdain are brought to a boiling point and just as those sentiments reach some kind of crescendo, and just as something horrible happens to someone we identify with every bit as strongly as we are disgusted by the villains, there is Patty, who just may have brought all the retribution and the collateral damage on everyone, even those she ostensibly respects, if that word can ever be used. Because what Patty is about is Winning. (I had to capitalize it.)

At its height, the drama in Damages has all the larger-than-life quality of Shakespeare, whose histories and tragedies are as much about monarchy and feuds between families as Olive Garden is Italian. (The repetition of the simile was to create a phony sense of completion, preparatory to a conclusion.) I rest my case.

Wait. No. One more thing. I thought that having seen her in so many episodes of "Damage" I'd never be able to believe her in "Albert Nobbs." Huge error. Glenn Close is a simply astonishing talent.
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I really don't think this season was any less magnificent, than the previous ones. Patty H. is still deliciously wicked, although we started to see some on her intimate self.
I enjoyed, John Goodman's performance, I have never seen this actor in anything worthwhile. Can't wait for season 5.
Thanks Amazon for having this show on Prime!
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July 21 update: Amazon issued a credit to cover the cost of my unwatched episodes that are now pay-per-view, instead of part of Prime's free instant video. Thanks for making it right, Amazon.

July 17 original comment: "Damages" is one of those addictive shows that hooks you and compels you to want to immediately see the next installment. It was deceptive marketing to offer season 4 for free one day as part of Prime instant streaming and then, after hooking viewers, switching the pricing the next day to charge for the remaining episodes. This is unethical marketing and Season 4 should be restored to free Prime instant streaming.
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I have enjoyed this series very much but gave it a 4 star for the first 3 seasons as it appeared to have too many things going at once and some other gimmicks I didn't personally care for. Season 4 was a lot better and the plot much more straight forward. The acting again was superb especially John Goodman who showed a new side of himself this season. At any rate well worth watching.
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I actually gave up on it for a few months. The Afghanistan story was a downer, but John Goodman's character a fascinating mixture of ruthlessness and decency. Patty's getting a little sour, and Ellen's passive-aggressiveness less enigmatic than annoying.
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