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Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

Old 02-14-12, 12:39 PM
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Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

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Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar) visits some of the last locations Siobhan went before she disappeared and discovers that Siobhan kept a secret office. Olivia (guest star Jamie Murray) finds out some information about Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) and blackmails him into introducing her to Gemma's (Tara Summers) wealthy father Tim Arbogast (guest star Gregory Harrison). Meanwhile, in Paris, Tyler (guest star Justin Bruening) struggles with a moral decision that could affect Siobhan and Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd). Nestor Carbonell, Zoey Deutch and Mike Colter also star. Guy Bee directed the episode written by Shintaro Shimosawa, Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder (#112).



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Getting really good. I watched last week's a few days ago and I'm glad they made some progress.
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Old 02-15-12, 01:28 PM
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Re: Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

What a blatant ripoff of Wild Things. Aside from that storyline this show just keeps getting better. It will be interesting to see how this season ends. It is pretty obvious that they wrote this as a potential season finale ala Season 1 of Heroes. Hopefully the back 10 aren't as big of a letdown as that series.
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Re: Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

I can't believe this show got a 0.3 rating last night. Lowest watched episode of ANYTHING on the CW in nearly 3 years
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Re: Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

I don't know if I'd call it a ripoff of Wild Things but I was definitely surprised and went "Wow they went the Wild Things route".
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Re: Ringer -- "It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" -- 2/14/12

I'm not surprised I'm not the only one thinking of Wild Things here - all that was left out was the three way...

I really enjoyed the scene with the real Siobhan and Andrew.

The excuse Bridget came up with about being drunk seemed dumb. How dumb are these people to not see that something may be up with the way she asks so many questions?

I also love that Henry has completely forgotten about Gemma now that Siobhan is back in the picture.

It's too bad the ratings are dismal - the show can be really good.

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The Wild Things twist was nuts, even for Ringer but otherwise the 3 eps since the return have been very good.
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