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Kings: The Sabbath Queen

A blackout interrupts the birthday celebration being held for King Silas, and may put the whole royal family in danger. Michelle and David get a chance to be alone due to this blackout, and gives Jack an opportunity to engage in his secret double life without being noticed. Meanwhile, Silas' future may be threatened by a decision from past.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x8
Production Number: 108
Airdate: Saturday June 20th, 2009

Special Guest Stars
Macaulay CulkinMacaulay Culkin
As Andrew Cross
Saffron BurrowsSaffron Burrows
As The Queen of Sabbath

Guest Stars
Marlyne N. AfflackMarlyne N. Afflack
As Thomasina
Sarita ChoudhurySarita Choudhury
As Helen
Dennis BoutsikarisDennis Boutsikaris
As Minister of Energy Fawkes
Michael ArdenMichael Arden
As Joseph
Kathleen MealiaKathleen Mealia
As Lucinda Wolson
Byron JenningsByron Jennings
As Chancellor Skolar

Co-Guest Stars
Michael Patrick Crane (3)Michael Patrick Crane (3)
As Chancellor Hanson
Other Episode Crew

CreatorMichael Green (1)
Executive ProducerFrancis Lawrence  |  Michael Green (1)
Co-Executive ProducerDavid Schulner  |  Julie Martin (1)
Supervising ProducerErik Oleson  |  Bradford Winters
ProducerKamran Pasha  |  Margot Lulick
Associate ProducerDara Schnapper
CastingKim Miscia  |  Beth Bowling  |  Nadia Lubbe
MusicTrevor Morris
Costume DesignerDaniel Lawson
HairstylistChristal Schanes
Production AssistantMatthew S. Lovett  |  Heather Verbeke
Stunt CoordinatorBlaise Corrigan
Art DirectorLaura Ballinger
CinematographerDarren Genet
Costume SupervisorAmy R. Burt  |  Roseann Milano
Key Makeup ArtistToy Van Lierop
Key HairstylistRose Chatterton
ADR MixerPhilip Rogers
Makeup ArtistAnde Yung
Best Boy GripJoe Sarao
Sound DepartmentJohn Bowen
Film LoaderJustin Whitacre
Military AdvisorJames D. Dever
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