Episode 01: There's Only One Way to Try a CaseEpisode 02: I've Done Way Too Much for This GirlEpisode 03: I'd Prefer My Old OfficeEpisode 04: Next One's on Me, BlondieEpisode 05: We'll Just Have to Find Another Way to Cut the Balls Off of This ThingEpisode 06: Add That Little Hopper to Your StewEpisode 07: I'm Worried About My DogEpisode 08: The War Will Go On ForeverEpisode 09: There's A Whole Slew Of Ladies With Bad Things To Say About The TalibanEpisode 10: Failure is Lonely
Damages - Season 4Season 4 opens with Ellen reconnecting with her high school friend, Chris Sanchez, who has recently returned from a stint at High Star, a private contractor in the Middle East.Keywords:
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Creators of "Damages - Season 4"Glenn KesslerBirthdate: 6 April 1970, Michigan, USATodd A. KesslerDaniel ZelmanBirthdate: 16 June 1967, Rye, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Damages - Season 4"Verne Gay NewsdayJune 13, 2011
While a bit deliberately paced, a good start, with (as always) an excellent guest-star roster.David Hinckley New York Daily NewsJune 13, 2011
Nothing else seems to have changed, most critically the exquisite dance between ruthless attorney Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) and her protegee Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne).Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-GazetteJune 13, 2011
As has always been the case, Damages remains a mystery-thriller whose characters and their psychological quirks are more intriguing than the plot.Ellen Gray Philadelphia Daily NewsJune 13, 2011
If you're one of the people who've so far managed the suspension of disbelief required to accept that Close's Patty Hewes could yet again find a way to pull protege Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) back into her orbit, Season 4 shouldn't disappoint.Maureen Ryan Huffington PostJune 13, 2011
The one enduring thing I like most about Damages is that it's basically summer camp for character actors.Matt RoushJune 13, 2011
Trust me, Damages is worth it. And for those without access to DirecTV, worth the wait.Brian Lowry VarietyJune 13, 2011
DirecTV's original programming efforts take a marked step forward with the satellite operator's decision to keep Damages alive.James Poniewozik TIME MagazineJune 13, 2011
Lots of talent and strong performances, but it has increasingly seemed to strain to up its stakes in its one-case-a-season format.
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