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The One That Holds Everything 

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In a story that circles the globe, a man tries to escape a family curse.

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Matthew Weiner

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Matthew Weiner (created by), Donald Joh | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hugh Skinner ... Simon Burrows
Hera Hilmar ... Ondine
Ben Miles ... George Burrows
JJ Feild ... Jack Edgar
Adèle Anderson ... Candace
Oliver Zetterström ... Young Simon
Deirdre Mullins ... Natalie Burrows
Rebecca Root ... Dana
Jane Perry ... Belinda
Christopher Goh ... Christopher Ming
Jing Lusi ... Kiera
Andrew Buckley ... Doctor
Richard Glaves ... Mikey
Martyn Ellis ... Harold
Toby Bryant Toby Bryant ... Police Officer
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In a story that circles the globe, a man tries to escape a family curse.

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23 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Hugh Skinner is an accomplished singer on stage and in " Les Miserables" and "Mamma Mia Here we go again" and had to fake singing badly in the karaoke scene. See more »

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Candace: You know, it's part of what happens when you become a woman of a certain age. You're just paint on the wall. But it turns out, it's actually quite an advantage. I mean, if you had really looked at me when you sat down, none of this would have happened.
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Performed by Gerry and the Pacemakers
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This is the one we've waited for since the first episode!
23 November 2018 | by nategerardSee all my reviews

It's fitting that early on we see two of the characters from the first episode since that one and this one share a sense of setting things right.

There are multiple stories/flashbacks within the story yet you can easily follow Simon's life, how he was treated and the difficulties he faced.

It's the resolution of the problems Simon faced that had me praising the story and hoping for more episodes like this one.


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