Lie to Me

Season 1 Episode 8

Depraved Heart

2
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Apr 01, 2009 on FOX
9.0
out of 10
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Episode Summary

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The team tries to help a group of investors who were scammed for millions of dollars. Meanwhile, Lightman investigates the case of two women who committed suicide.

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  • This episodes you get to know a bit more about Cal Lightman and why he is somewhat obsessed with suicide cases.

    10
    I started watching this series after my sister tapped me to a chair and told me to watch it lol. Ever since that moment I haven't missed one episode.



    This episode focused on two points, one being two young woman who killed themselves, but of course, law enforcement doesn't press the matter, unfortunately for them, Cal is obsessed with cases that involve suicides. As this episodes continues, you get to know a bit more of Cal's personal life.



    The second point is about what you're willing to do for your family, and how you sometimes should bend the rules a tid bit to help others. This episodes was an eye opener to how some people don't see beyond their own belief.



    I truly enjoyed this one and I'm sure to tune into the next episode.



    Definately worth watching and the best new series so far that's different than what you are used to.moreless
  • This show is quickly becoming a favorite of mine, and this episode is a perfect example why.

    10
    In addition to the cases being interesting, we are beginning to get a peak at the personal lives of Foster and Lightman in the past few weeks.



    This week, we see how tortured Lightman has been at the suicide of his mother, which lead him to a career in the study of micro expressions... If only he had been able to see these expressions years ago when his mother was hospitalized, and before she was released and committed suicide.



    How good is this show? Well, don't you find yourself trying to read expressions now on your family and friends? I know you do...moreless
  • Continuing to improve!

    9.5
    In yet another great addition of the Lie To Me series, this time round, there are two interesting cases. I thought that the suicide case was pretty original and full of twists, which made it interesting to see, while the other case about the money was also interesting, in my opinion, but there have been better, I feel.



    I also felt that the fact that the show is attempting different things and providing lots of variety, like they did in this episode, is excellent, and I hope that they continue to do so!



    A terrific episode, and the show is getting even better and becoming a personal favorite!moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Loker: Okay, so, what? We get back in with the devil spawn?
      Foster: The devil spawn? What is with you on this one?
      Loker: This pompous douchebag flies around the country in his private jet. He gets people to give him their hard-earned money, he steals it, and then they act like we are percecuting him.
      Foster: I'm talking to the daughter alone.
      Loker: What? Why?
      Foster: If she keeps sensing how much you hate her father, we'll get nothing.

    • (Talking about a girl who killed herself)
      Emily: I wonder sometimes if anyone could have stopped her or.. (Cal looks at her.) What?
      Cal: Nothing. You shouldn't think about that stuff, love.
      Emily: What am I supposed to think about.
      Cal: Celibacy.

    • Gillian: (to Ria)Just because you can see everything doesn't mean you understand it.

    • Emily: I mean, have you even taken a woman out since you-you and mom split up?
      Cal: Not your department.
      Emily: I'm just saying, you know, you need to stop dwelling in the past. You know, you need to forge on, fight the good fight.
      Cal: Where do you get this crap?
      Emily: Oprah, mostly.

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Zlomené srdce (Broken Heart)

    • Featured Music:
      The Story I Heard by Blind Pilot
      Scene: Cal sits in his car with his daughter at a traffic jam. She talks to him about dating, giving him advice. When he asks where she is getting that crap, she says, "Oprah, mostly".
      Indian Fever by David Starfire
      Scene: Cal and Torres go to the strip club to follow a lead. He finds the camera that was filming the girls dancing on stage. He gets more information from the club owner about the web site he set up illegally.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Belgium: April 20, 2009 on 2BE
      Australia: April 21, 2009 on Channel Ten
      United Kingdom: July 2, 2009 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
      Latin America: September 7, 2009 on FOX
      Finland: April 12, 2010 on MTV3
      Czech Republic: April 25, 2010 on Prima
      Germany: April 28, 2010 on Vox
      Slovakia: October 7, 2010 on JOJ
      India: October 25, 2010 on Star World

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