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‘Dead to Me’ Season 3: Are James Marsden’s (Ben) Scars Real?

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Dead to Me season 3 is finally here, and many of you have already watched the ten new episodes. The third season is about the aftermath of season 2, and it picks up shortly after Ben drunkenly went through a stop sign and T-boned Jen and Judy’s car, brutally injuring them.

Fortunately, the two women survived relatively unscathed, with Jen taking most of the damage. However, her recovery at the hospital is fast, and she was left with just a few bruised ribs and a neck brace that she took off within hours.

Most of the third and final season is based on Jen and Judy trying to navigate the consequence of Steve’s murder now that his body has been discovered. However, there’s still a little romance involved, as Jen and Ben didn’t take long to revive their relationship.

Are James Marsden’s scars real in Dead to Me season 3?

The scars come as a part of his character. Season 2 aired a long time ago, so it’s natural for the viewers to forget the explanation. Ben previously told Jen that he had several heart surgeries as a kid and left behind multiple scars on his body. The scars are also an excellent way to tell Ben apart from his twin brother Steve.

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