Ringer

Season 1 Episode 18

That Woman's Never Been a Victim Her Entire Life

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 20, 2012 on The CW
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  • RANTS

    Ringer: Ready to Quit

    Overall, I’d say we can safely call the show a failure: a neo-noir that never committed to the genre, a nighttime soap that took itself too seriously.

  • Episode Summary

    After someone attempts to kill Bridget, Agent Machado sets out to find the person responsible. Henry accuses Siobhan of ordering the hit on Bridget, but Bridget suspects that Olivia may be the guilty party. Meanwhile, Andrew admits that he asked Malcolm to leave town, and Juliet turns up missing.

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    • The plot thickens, but it was dull.

      5.0
      After last week, I had high hopes for this episode but I was sorely let down because it was just a jumbled mess of contradictions, twists and confusion. Nobody at all convinced me that they were acting in a highly charged episode of a suspenseful show. They all seemed lost and uninterested in what they were doing. I found myself uninterested in what happened but I do sincerely hope that Catherine gets what she deserves as well as quite a few others. Better things next week, please.moreless
    • That Woman's Never Been a Victim Her Entire Life

      10
      That Woman's Never Been a Victim Her Entire Life was a perfect and brilliantly entertaining episode of Ringer! I really enjoyed watching because all of the story lines collided and the truth about many things almost came out. I loved the suspense, twists and turns, and all of the character and plot development. It was interesting to see just how crazy the women of the series may be. I think every thing was played out well and made sense along with answering many questions. It's true that more questions are raised and that is part of the enjoyment of watching this series. It was touching to see the relationships between the characters both bad and good. There are some deep psychological undertones to the series as well as great drama. I love it and I want some more of it! I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!!!moreless
    • 42 minutes of nothing

      5.0
      Agente Machado pursuits the shooter but didnt catch him but he dropped a tarot card "Tower" wich leads to a dry-cleaning. This episode led us to believe that the real shioban has nothing to do with it and someone else is doing this, so andrew sends juliet to go with her mother against her will and meanwhile she gets "lost", and later we find out she run away to the beach house.

      In the end, agente machado finds a corps with Malcolm's ID, they lead us to believe that the dead is the shooter.moreless
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    Jill Remez

    Surgeon

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    Jennifer Christopher

    Jennifer Christopher

    Co-op Manager

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    Christopher DerGregorian

    Christopher DerGregorian

    Det. Mason

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    Chris Elwood

    Chris Elwood

    Agent Cupertino

    Recurring Role

    Zoey Deutch

    Zoey Deutch

    Juliet Martin

    Recurring Role

    Gregory Harrison

    Gregory Harrison

    Tim Arbogast

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