Lie to Me News

Was this an especially unique episode of Lie to Me? No. Was it yet another solid example of great writing? Absolutely.
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Can Tim Roth not speak with his mouthful of food? Other than that request, there was little to complain about this week on Lie to Me.
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Lightman squared off against a self-help evangelist this week. The solid episode garnered a 4.3 rating from our critic and you can find out why now.
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Tricia Helfer showed up on Lie to Me this week and, hey, who could object to that? Our critic found "Double Blind" to be a generally interest, enjoyable episode of this Fox drama.
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Lie to Me Details

Lie to Me premiered on Fox in early 2009.

The drama is based around Dr. Cal Leightman. He's played by Tim Roth and he heads up a private agency that is contracted by the FBI, local police, law firms, corporations and private individuals. The goal of this agency?

To earch for the truth. Leightman and his team of behavioral psychology experts get to the heart of various cases by determining who is lying and who is not.

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Lie to Me Quotes

Martin Walker: A good chess player thinks five moves ahead.
Cal Lightman: Great chess players only think one move ahead, but it's always the right move.

Weil: You haven't done enough muck-raking for one day?
Ria: Sir. We don't think you were doing anything sexual at that club, because, I believe this escort, Melissa, who you paid for time with-
Weil: What about her?
Ria: She's your daughter.