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Damages returns to our screens for a fourth season and after tackling the world of Ponzi schemes in the Bernie Madoff like case last year, the central story this season will revolve around the murky world of private military contractors.
At the heart of the case is John Goodman who plays the head of military contractor (think Blackwater) Howard Erickson, who is named in a wrongful death suit by Patty Hewes' law firm Hewes and Associates who are renowned for taking on the big firms.
To complicate matters further one of Erickson's employees, a former decorated soldier Chris Sanchez (Chris Messina, Six Feet Under, Julie & Julia) happens to be an old school friend of Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne), something that I am sure Patty will use to her advantage. As with all seasons of Damages the ensemble cast features some familiar and brilliant character actors, this year including Dylan Baker (The Good Wife, Kings) as someone who has a lot to gain from this case and will be involved throughout, Judd Hirsch (Numb3rs, Taxi) who is Patty's former mentor who has hit rock bottom and Griffin Dunne (After Hours) who plays a foreign news correspondent.
This new season sees them delving into the unfamiliar. Their first shared scene in the premiere finds them meeting in a diner, as equals, each obviously exploiting the other for some personal gain -- but with an unspoken mutual acknowledgment of the game they're playing.
Ellen's key witness happens to be an old high school friend and new romantic interest (Messina), who's suffering from more than just post-traumatic stress disorder after losing three men during the questionable operation. The company's CEO, Howard Erickson (Goodman), and his particularly creepy henchman (Baker) seem bent on silencing him. In fact, the opener ends with a quintessentially "Damages" time jump and bloody non-reveal. It seems obvious what they're getting at, but if it is as straightforward as it looks, it would be far too familiar territory for a series that's constantly been able to surprise.
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