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March 20, 2010

Television - Ted Danson of ‘Damages’ - Humble Egotist - NYTimes.com

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By sticking with vanity — or rather, returning to it — Mr. Danson, 62, has pulled off an impressive professional renaissance, emerging as the perfect preening sidekick rather than the peacock in the center of the frame. It turns out that no matter the part’s size, he is most successful and persuasive when he is full of himself.

via www.nytimes.com

If you watched the last episode of "Damages" you saw that good old Arthur Frobisher is back and with him, the fabulous Ted Danson.  If you're a Danson fan, you'll want to check out this in depth profile from the New York Times.

Can't wait to see what Frobisher has in store for Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) this time!

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