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Haven: 301

While Nathan and Duke set aside their differences and try to find Audrey, a Troubled individual is plagued by alien abductors.

Episode Info

Episode number: 3x1
Airdate: Friday September 21st, 2012

Director: Lee Rose
Writer: Jonathan Abrahams

Alternate Airdates:

CA (SHOWCASE) Sep 28, 2012
UK (Syfy) Oct 02, 2012


Guest Stars
Adam CopelandAdam Copeland
As Dwight (as WWE Superstar Edge)
Michael TherriaultMichael Therriault
As Wesley Toomey

Co-Guest Stars
Glenn LefchakGlenn Lefchak
As Stan the Cop
Tim PostTim Post
voiced Male Voice
Deborah TennantDeborah Tennant
voiced Roslyn Toomey
Adrien DixonAdrien Dixon
As Ronnie
David WhalleyDavid Whalley
As Nathan's Stunt Double
Kit MalletKit Mallet
As Duke's Stunt Double
Main Cast
Emily RoseEmily Rose
As Audrey Parker
Lucas BryantLucas Bryant
As Nathan Wournos
Eric BalfourEric Balfour
As Duke Crocker
Richard DonatRichard Donat
As Vince Teagues
John DunsworthJohn Dunsworth
As David Teagues


At Duke's boat, Duke spots the gun he has underneath his table and then brushes aside Nathan and goes for the gun. They struggle and Nathan disarms Duke, and the two men struggle. Nathan finally gets the upper hand and starts choking Duke, his blood dripping on Duke's fore head. Duke's eyes turn silver and he shoves off his old friend with superhuman strength. They go for the gun but suddenly everything metallic in the room leaps up onto the ceiling. After staring for a moment, they jump back and Duke explains that his Troubled ability is different. He still insists that he had nothing to do with Audrey's disappearance...

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Episode Quotes
Duke: Was that intentionally hostile?
Dwight: Last time I saw you, you were throwing me off a boat.
Duke: If memory serves, you were also being a bad boy too that day.
Dwight: I guess I haven't learned my lesson.
Duke: I guess you haven't learned your lesson.

Duke: Hey, Nathan. Explain to me the difference between killing a man and convincing him to crawl up his own ass, because I'm at a loss.

Cultural References
Duke: But it is like freaking War of the Worlds out there.

The War of the Worlds is the 1898 novel by H.G. Wells, which tells the story of Martian invaders establishing a spearhead in England and then spreading out, using gigantic tripod war-machines. The novel has served as the basis for two movies and a TV series.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperSam Ernst  |  Jim Dunn
Executive ProducerMatt McGuinness  |  David McLeod (2)  |  Lloyd Segan  |  Scott Shepherd  |  Jim Dunn  |  Shawn Piller  |  John Morayniss  |  Sam Ernst
Co-Executive ProducerAdam Fratto
Supervising ProducerStefani Deoul
Consulting ProducerGabrielle Stanton  |  Charles Ardai
Production DesignerJennifer Stewart (2)
EditorNeil Grieve
CastingStephanie Gorin  |  Sheila Lane  |  Shawn Dawson
Line ProducerGinny Jones Duzak
First Assistant DirectorDerek Filiatrault
Second Assistant DirectorJohn Shurko
MusicShawn Pierce
Music EditorRob Betola
Music SupervisorMichael Perlmutter
Costume DesignerSteven Wright (2)
Key GripDarryl Duzak  |  Ross Sangster
Set DecoratorDarlene Lewis
Location ManagerDavid Hyslop
Property MasterJason Shurko
Construction CoordinatorJeff Beanlands
Script SupervisorJoanne Hagen
Production CoordinatorAdele MacDonald
Script CoordinatorNick Parker
Post Production SupervisorEileen Graham  |  Jason Ray King
Supervising Sound EditorAllan Fung
Re-Recording MixerAlfie Dipucchio  |  Stacy Coutts
GafferJordan Schella
Director of PhotographyBarry Donlevy
Story EditorShernold Edwards  |  Brian Millikin
Stunt CoordinatorRandy Boliver
Art DirectorTerry Quennell
Assistant Production CoordinatorRachel Filiatrault
Post Production CoordinatorJason Ray King
Production ManagementGinny Jones Duzak
Sound MixerJim Rillie
Based On The Works OfStephen King
Executive Story EditorNora Zuckerman  |  Lilla Zuckerman
ConsultantTodd Ulman
Key Makeup ArtistStephen Lynch (2)
Main Title ThemeLeah Siegel  |  Andre Fratto
Visual Effects SupervisorKris Wood
Production AccountantDaniela Zomparelli
Transportation CaptainMichelle MacEachern
"A" Camera OperatorChristopher Ball
Key HairstylistJoanne Stamp
Executive In Charge Of ProductionTashi Bieler  |  Susan Alexander (2)  |  Peter Emerson
Unit PublicistSkana Gee
ColoristRobert Evans  |  Mark Kueper
Assistant Property MasterKelly McDonald
Assistant Costume DesignerDenise Barrett
Special Effects CoordinatorGary Coates
Foley ArtistVirginia Storey
Sound Effects EditorClive Turner
First Assistant Art DirectorMatt Likely
"B" Camera OperatorPatrick Doyle (3)
Still PhotographerMike Tompkins
Senior Executive ProducerDina Appleton  |  Vanessa Steinmetz  |  Margaret O'Brien (2)
Set SupervisorMelinda Cook (2)
"A" Camera First AssistantEddy McInnis
ADR EditorRobert Ainsley
"A" Camera Second AssistantAndrew Stretch
"B" Camera First AssistantGareth Roberts (2)
"B" Camera Second AssistantMike Snider
Creative ExecutiveLarry Gilbert (2)
1st Assistant EditorTravis Finstein
2nd Second Assistant DirectorBruce Zwicker
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