Chance (2016–2017)
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The Unflinching Spark 

Jacklyn and Chance finally give into their passions. D and Chance search Raymond's home for evidence of his corruption while he is recovering at the hospital.

Director:

Daniel Attias (as Dan Attias)

Writers:

Kem Nunn (based on the novel by), Alexandra Cunningham (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Hugh Laurie ... Eldon Chance
Ethan Suplee ... D
LisaGay Hamilton ... Suzanne Silver (credit only)
Greta Lee ... Lucy (credit only)
Stefania LaVie Owen ... Nicole Chance
Paul Adelstein ... Raymond Blackstone
Gretchen Mol ... Jaclyn Blackstone
Diane Farr ... Christina
Sal Lopez ... Jean-Baptiste
Darren Bridgett Darren Bridgett ... Jay Gard
Kate Forristall ... Mary Whitton
Mark Rafael Truitt Mark Rafael Truitt ... Scott Whitton
Margo Hall ... Helen James
Mari Kearney ... Cloris Flowers
Bruce Blau ... Building Super
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Jacklyn and Chance finally give into their passions. D and Chance search Raymond's home for evidence of his corruption while he is recovering at the hospital.

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Release Date:

16 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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When Chance gives Jaclyn a book he picked at a book stand, and she reads from it, it turns out it's Friedrich Nietzsche's "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" (Section 4 of Zarathustra's prologue). See more »

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Oh My Goodness
16 November 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is one of the most disturbing presentations I've ever watched. D tells Chance about the incident where he killed a man. He says he also threw a knife in the chest of Blackstone. Instead of sticking to business, Chance goes immediately to Jaclyn and they spend the night. He is so careless and such a mess. Meanwhile, his daughter is getting more and more neurotic. She is probably stalking a boy and she lies to Chance about the relationship. Of course, all the dysfunction is at the root of much of this. At times this is such a slow moving episode, bu the tension is unbelievable. Chance is so stupid at times. The obsession with this woman is like a flesh wound. But with four episode left, a huge change occurs. It has to do with D. I don't know if I can wait a week.


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