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Sherman Blackstone (Character)
from "Wolf Lake" (2001)

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  1. "Wolf Lake"
        - If These Wolves Could Talk (2002) TV episode, Played by Graham Greene
        - Legend of Lost Lenore (2002) TV episode, Played by Graham Greene
        - Leader of the Pack (2002) TV episode, Played by Graham Greene
        - Four Feet Under (2002) TV episode, Played by Graham Greene
        - Excitable Boy (2001) TV episode, Played by Graham Greene
          (4 more)

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From "Wolf Lake: Leader of the Pack (#1.7)" (2002)
Bradley: [four men seated around a table recording an interview] Just a few more questions, Mr. Blackstone.
Sherman Blackstone: Ahh, anything I can do to help.
Bradley: Because we're having a hard time understanding how this crisis came to its present resolution.
Sherman Blackstone: Right. Well I will go over it again, but it happened really fast.
Eddie: [cut to Eddie and John, guns drawn, entering the dining room] Move! Move! Back! I said move!
John: Back off!
Bradley: [cut back to interview] No, no, no, no. I was referring to the actual succession process itself. I thought we were all agreed, and you'll correct me if I'm wrong here, Malachi was supposed to replace Willard Cates. So, what happened?
Sherman Blackstone: Health problems. He had a weak heart.
[cut to scene with Malachi impaled and stood up by a pitchfork]
Bradley: [cut back to interview table] Hmm. Well according to our information, Malachi had a pitchfork shoved clean through his upper torso puncturing both his lungs and, oh, severing his spinal cord.
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