The Slap (2015– )
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Manolis watches as his family is divided, while attempting to set things right.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ritchie (credit only)
Anouk (credit only)
Narrator (voice)
ADA Bridget Saltire


Manolis is disturbed by the events going with his family and tries to resolve the situation. Rosie, Gary and Aisha meet with the District Attorney, who bluntly tells them that they don't have a case unless they can prove Harry has a longer history of being violent. Aisha looks very upset and stops talking. Hector is aghast at a sleazy but effective attorney who earns Harry's trust and business with his plan to ruin Rosie and Gary by revealing details of what they're really like. Later, when Manolis asks her for help in getting the case against Harry dismissed, Aisha tells him that several years ago, she treated Harry's wife Sandi after she came in with severe bruising to her face. Manolis confronts Harry, who denies ever hitting Sandi but hints that they did have other confrontations that could have resulted in injuries. Manolis and his wife reflect on how to let their children handle events now that they're adults, and reunites with his oldest and best friend. Written by lament

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5 March 2015 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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7 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Time for back to basics. Last week's episode concentrated on the Uma Thurman character and this week it was as if she never existed.

Patriarch Brian Cox attempts to get a handle on the assault situation involving his nephew. It looks like daughter-in-law Thandie Newton could be a possible problem here. Notice how Hector appears to be playing a diminishing role as the series goes on.

Was that fluttering in his heart that Cox experienced a warning of what is yet to come.

I enjoy Zachary Quinto's character. His outbursts are memorable and this is a man who should be doing advertisements for anger management classes. His flare-ups are great and point to the need of someone in desperate help.

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