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Ray Donovan – Season 1 Episode 8 ‘Bridget’ – RECAP

Ray Donovan - Season 1 Episode 8 'Bridget'

Ray Donovan returns to Showtime tonight with a new episode called, “Bridget.”

On tonight’s show Ray, Terry and Bunchy toast the anniversary of their sister’s death. Did you watch last week’s series fabulous episode? If you missed it you can read our recap RIGHT HERE!!

On last week’s episode Ray was heading to Boston to see Sully, problem is Sully did not want to see Ray. Ray was not leaving Boston until he saw Sully, he did not care how many people try to discourage him. Meanwhile Mickey was causing some problems for Sean Walker, he was stalking him and showing up at his screenings. Sean shot a girl in Boston 20 years ago and Ray covered it up. Sean wanted Ray to intervene again and help him with Mickey. Ray was busy in Boston and Sean fired Ray.

On tonight’s show we know that last week Ray took Marvin away after he got a little to aggressive with his daughter, Bridgit. It looks like Bridgit and Marvin get up to something this week and Ray finds out that his wife knew about it and he is not pleased. Ray is not pleased with the man who sold a house to his brother and he wants his brother to get a refund. In Ray fashion he threatens the man and tells him he will set fire to every property he has until he does what he wants. The man does not know who he is dealing with.

Tonight’s episode 8 looks like it going to be great and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of Showtimes’s Ray Donovan season 1 episode 8 — tonight at 10PM EST!

[ SEE THE FULL RECAP OF THE SHOW HERE ... ]


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