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John Doe: Idaho

The murder of a private detective by a deaf killer leads John to an enigmatic woman who provides clues about his childhood. He travels to Idaho, where he supposedly grew up, and discovers things aren't quite as they seem.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x8
Production Number: 10-02-107
Airdate: Friday November 15th, 2002


Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) May 23, 2010

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Special Guest Stars
John Walsh (1)
As Himself
Recurring

Guest Stars
Gary Werntz
As Trenchcoat
Recurring
Grace Zabriskie
As "Yellow Teeth"
Recurring
Rekha Sharma
As Stella
Recurring
Leon Russom
As Lorne Barker
Rutanya Alda
As Cassie Barker

Co-Guest Stars
David Lewis (1)
As Stu
Recurring
David Parker (2)
As Detective Roosevelt
Recurring
David Richmond-Peck
As Stocking Capped Baddie
Recurring
Michelle Hart
As Nance
Recurring
Andrew Carr (1)
As Patch McComber
Derek Peakman
As Artsy Instructor
Lauren Hammersley
As Officer Fitzmaurice
Ryder Morse
As Hotel Clerk
Episode Notes
Neither William Forsythe nor Sprague Grayden appear in this episode.

This episode marks the supposed death of "Yellow Teeth."



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
BeckLost Cause 


Episode Quotes
Lt. Avery: Just don't let "nothing" really turn into "something."

Cassie: "Her little Cupid." That's what she used to call you. Your mother.
John: Cupid?
Cassie: Because you were born on Valentine's Day. She used to rock you asleep at night, signing "My Funny Valentine." Oh how you loved that song.



Warning: John Doe season 1 episode 8 guide may contain spoilers
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