Lights Out

Season 1 Episode 10

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Mar 15, 2011 on FX
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Lights' health and career are jeopardized when Reynolds refuses to postpone the fight.

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  • The series seems to be straying from "dark and gritty", which was the way I liked it.

    6.5
    This program really began to "take-off" for me when they showed the underbelly of Jersey City - particularly the dealings of Hal Brennan, and the backroom deals, inherent in the world of boxing. Johnny fit into this world perfectly, setting up a "Cain vs. Able" vibe between his brother and him. I believed that Lights would have to get "dirty" before he could get clean, i.e., he would have to continue his duties as enforcer for Brennan, which, in turn, would expose more of Brenna's criminal empire. And it looked as if Barry Word and Brennan were involved in some sort of deal - another interesting tid-bit. We've also seen Lights seriously injured; he has been jabbed in the eye, involved in a serious car accident, and stabbed in the side. But he seems to be healthier than ever - able to engage in brawls with the heavyweight champion of the world. And is his dementia improving?.



    The show is beginning to stray into "Rocky Balboa" territory - Brennan is taking Margaret on dates, Pops went away on vacation, and Lights seems like the under dog who against all odds is still pretty potent in the ring. Lets get back to reality, folks.moreless
Reiko Aylesworth

Reiko Aylesworth

Jennifer

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John Dosset

John Dosset

 

Guest Star

Mike Doyle

Mike Doyle

Doctor Brennan

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Elizabeth Marvel

Elizabeth Marvel

Margaret Leary

Recurring Role

Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick

Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick

Dylan

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Ben Shenkman

Ben Shenkman

Mike Fumosa

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