Episode 76.0 Double Take


S5-E12 Double Take

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Join Dud Gramley and Vickie as they discuss S5-E12, Double Take

“When Grace’s spying is revealed, mistrust is in the air. Major Shaw shows up to take control of the situation just as a geo-engineering project cuts off communications to the outside world.”

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Links to guests and other items discussed in this episode:

Doux Reviews – Eureka

“Plus, I really wanted them to explore how awful it had to be for her to once again discover a stranger wearing her husband’s face. Maybe that explains why she just wanted to avoid him all together. It had to be tough to come home and just act like everything was normal after being put through that particular emotional wringer again — especially since this time, instead of rediscovering her lost love, she ended up having to kill him.”

Geoff Gustfson as Dr. Tuchman:

Geoff Gustafson was born on February 20, 1974 in Vancouver, Canada as Geoffrey James Gustafson. He is an actor and producer, known for The Interview (2014), Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), and 2012 (2009). As well, he has been a series regular on Gotta Grudge? (2010) and Primeval: New World (2012), has been a recurring guest star on Once Upon a Time …

Haven: Colin Ferguson as ‘William’

Moment of Creepiness: William Tells Audrey the Truth, Haven “William”

We’re instituting a new Moment of Creepiness because in this week’s Haven, the jaw-dropper was neither straight up Good or Bad, but it was hella creepy. Colin Ferguson is always a reliable good guy. You don’t expect him to be up to something. Which is what made him a trustworthy ally to Lexie in the barn. But you know me and my trust issues, so I just assumed he was up to something, and boy was I right. In the middle of “William,” an episode that was full of creepy (Earwigs! Jealous hallucinations! Jealous hallucinations with weapons), the moment where Audrey finds out that William’s an evil SOB gets the prize for the episode.

Colin Ferguson discusses Haven’s ‘William’


Title Take Off: Double Take

a delayed reaction to a surprising or significant situation after an initial failure to notice anything unusual usually used in the phrase do a double take

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