Damages (2007–2012)
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Jesus, Mary and Joe Cocker 

Ellen convinces Katie to testify against Arthur Frobisher after learning that she was in Florida years earlier when he was tipped off about the status of his company, which has him ... See full summary »

Director:

Greg Yaitanes

Writers:

Todd A. Kessler (creator), Glenn Kessler (creator) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Glenn Close ... Patty Hewes
Rose Byrne ... Ellen Parsons
Zeljko Ivanek ... Ray Fiske
Noah Bean ... David Connor
Tate Donovan ... Tom Shayes
Ted Danson ... Arthur Frobisher
Philip Bosco ... Hollis Nye
Michael Nouri ... Phil Grey
Peter Facinelli ... Gregory Malina
Anastasia Griffith ... Katie Connor
Francie Swift ... Holly Frobisher
Donnie Keshawarz ... Andrew Vida
Marlyne Barrett ... Felicia Marquand (as Marlyne Afflack)
Casey Siemaszko ... Detective Dan Williams
Maya Days ... Detective Rosario Ortiz

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Ellen convinces Katie to testify against Arthur Frobisher after learning that she was in Florida years earlier when he was tipped off about the status of his company, which has him considering drastic measures in which Frobisher's lawyer, Ray Fisk, considers which risks are worth taking. Patty begins to question if Katie is giving honest and accurate testimony or if she's seeking attention. Flashforward in the future: the shaken Ellen refuses to give a statement to the police concerning the discovery of David's body in her apartment. Written by Anonymous

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Matt Salinger makes a guest appearance as a police lieutenant. He and Michael Nouri previously appeared together in the 1990 adaptation of Captain America. See more »

Quotes

Ray Fiske: Jesus, Mary, and Joe Cocker, what a fine surprise.
[as Katie barges into his office]
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Wave Goodbye
Performed by Kelley Stoltz (uncredited)
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We Can Call This Off...Can't We?
3 April 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is a very intense episode. Ellen sits in the police station as a suspect in her boyfriend's death. She has been given an apartment by Patty and seems as happy as she could be, but now she is in the middle of a mess. Katie has been lying and she has now dragged Ellen into the worst situation. There are so many levels here. At times, Frobisher (Danson) seems like a sort of reasonable guy and then he turns into a contemptible monster. His family is important to him on the one hand and he betrays them on the other. We find out also that Patty and her husband had an issue with their son. He sounds like a rich little piece of wore. There are really no nice people here. Patty is really a great character, with every decision cut from the rawest place. Ellen is supposedly innocent, but she knows the world she has entered and is paying a heavy price for sure. I look forward to what transpires.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

31 July 2007 (USA) See more »

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