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Haven: Lay Me Down

A new Trouble emerges when people suffer from the injuries caused in their dreams... and some of the injuries are fatal. Meanwhile, Duke searches for his brother Wade and the Teagues discover a mystery behind Jennifer's adoption.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x7
Airdate: Friday October 25th, 2013

Alternate Airdates:

UK (Syfy) Nov 07, 2013

Guest Stars
Christian CamargoChristian Camargo
As Wade Crocker
Emma LahanaEmma Lahana
As Jennifer Mason
Jayne EastwoodJayne Eastwood
As Gloria
Robert MailletRobert Maillet
As Heavy
Adam CopelandAdam Copeland
As Dwight (as WWE Superstar Edge)
Kandyse McClureKandyse McClure
As Carrie Benson

Co-Guest Stars
Kyle MitchellKyle Mitchell
As Sinister Man
Molly DunsworthMolly Dunsworth
As Vicki Dutton (Intern)
Adam Smith (9)Adam Smith (9)
As Guardsman
Lisa Rose SnowLisa Rose Snow
As Sonia (Sonia Weston)
Joanne MillerJoanne Miller
As Doctor
Michael De SadeleerMichael De Sadeleer
As Rental Guy
James MacLeanJames MacLean
As Freddy the Barfly (Frederick Gonsalves)
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


Duke is at the Gull trying to reach Wade on his cell phone without success. Jennifer comes out and asks if she looks better with or without glasses for her job interview at the paper with the Teagues. Duke says that he's glad that she's staying in Haven. Wade comes up and grabs some bottles of cleaner, and Jennifer goes inside while Duke goes over to confront his brother. Duke points out that he almost killed a Troubled man, and Wade claims that it won't happen again. He just wanted what Duke has, but he says that he's realized that doesn't want it. Duke warns his brother that it's not easy to control the overwhelming sensation of the blood, and Wade asks for a couple of days so he can figure out where to go. He then leaves with the cleaners, pointing out that Duke has a customer. Duke goes over to the man, Freddie, who is sleeping on the deck on a stack of newspapers...

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ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Glorious SonsBaby 
Sam TaylorLoaded Gun 

Episode Quotes
Gloria: Told you it was bad. I thought you'd be running for the sink by now.
Audrey: I drank my breakfast.
Gloria: Hey, me too.

Audrey: So this looks like it could be an animal attack. I'm think, like a bear, maybe...
Nathan: I think we would have noticed a bear roaming through the station.
Gloria: Is he always this interrupt-y?
Audrey: Yeah.
Gloria: Well, then zip it so I can point out that animal bites are usually a bitch to clean.

Gloria: Next vic--young male in his 20s, died of blood loss, found on his couch with all of his teeth on the floor. Remember to floss, people.

Nathan: I don't care how you are or what you are. I love you.

Episode Goofs
On Wade's fishing license, the word "displayed" is misspelled "dispalyed."

Cultural References
Audrey: I watch a lot of CSI: Miami.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperJim Dunn  |  Sam Ernst
Executive ProducerDavid McLeod (2)  |  Gabrielle Stanton  |  Margaret O'Brien (2)  |  Matt McGuinness  |  Lloyd Segan  |  Scott Shepherd  |  John Morayniss  |  Shawn Piller
Co-Executive ProducerAdam Fratto
Supervising ProducerSpeed Weed  |  Stefani Deoul
ProducerTashi Bieler
Consulting ProducerLilla Zuckerman  |  Nora Zuckerman  |  Charles Ardai
Production DesignerJennifer Stewart (2)
EditorRoslyn Kalloo
CastingStephanie Gorin  |  Sheila Lane  |  Shawn Dawson
Line ProducerGinny Jones Duzak
First Assistant DirectorGreg Rousseaux
Second Assistant DirectorJohn Shurko  |  Keith White (2)
MusicShawn Pierce
Music EditorRob Betola
Music SupervisorMichael Perlmutter
Costume DesignerSteven Wright (2)
Key GripDarryl Duzak  |  Ross Sangster
Set DecoratorDarlene Lewis
Location ManagerAndrew Sheridan (2)
Property MasterJason Shurko
Construction CoordinatorShane Gosse
Script SupervisorJoanne Hagen
Script CoordinatorNick Parker
Post Production SupervisorEileen Graham  |  Jason Ray King
Re-Recording MixerAlfie Dipucchio  |  Paul Williamson (1)
Director of PhotographyEric Cayla
Story EditorShernold Edwards  |  Brian Millikin
Stunt CoordinatorRandy Boliver
Art DirectorTerry Quennell
Assistant Production CoordinatorSarah Coleman (1)
Post Production CoordinatorJason Ray King
Creative ConsultantSam Ernst  |  Jim Dunn
Based On The Works OfStephen King
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
Sound SupervisorAllan Fung
Assistant Production ManagerRachel Filiatrault
Key HairstylistJoanne Stamp
Executive In Charge Of ProductionSusan Alexander (2)  |  Peter Emerson
Unit PublicistSkana Gee
Production AssociateNeil Shaw
ColoristRobert Evans  |  Mark Kueper
Assistant Property MasterKelly McDonald
Assistant Costume DesignerDenise Barrett
Rigging GafferPeter MacDonald (1)
Special Effects CoordinatorGary Coates
Dolly GripChris Baxter  |  Craig Stewart
Assistant Sound EditorJohn Machado (1)
Foley ArtistVirginia Storey
Payroll AccountantIrene Astle
Sound Effects EditorClive Turner
First Assistant Art DirectorMatt Likely
Second Assistant Art DirectorUlo Greer
"B" Camera OperatorPatrick Doyle (3)
Still PhotographerMike Tompkins
Senior Executive ProducerDina Appleton  |  Vanessa Steinmetz  |  John Robinson (4)
Assistant Set DecoratorColin Paul
Set SupervisorMelinda Cook (2)
Key Scenic ArtistKevin Lewis (1)
1st Assistant DirectorKeith White (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 ExecutiveDeb Curtis
1st Assistant EditorJohn Hunt
Foley RecordistDavid Yonson
2nd Second Assistant DirectorSusan Diamond
Video PlaybackCam Erais
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