John gets visions about his father and why he was hospitalized.


(as Michael Rohl)


(creator), (creator) | 2 more credits »

Watch Now

From $1.99 (SD) on Amazon Video



1 video »


Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Ferrucci ...
Hector the Foremanm
Kai-Read Friedman ...
Young Johnny (as Kai Read-Friedmann)
Anita Adams ...
Younger Vera
Suzie Payne ...
Mildred / Receptionist
Alexus Dumont ...
Ally / Little Girl
Don MacKay ...
Dr. Jenson - Age 70
Dr. Jenson - Age 40
Rogers - Administrator
Doris Chillcott ...
Nurse Davis - Age 75


Johnny begins having strange dreams about his father, a man he hardly knows that might be hiding something. Johnny begins investigating his father's past and why Herb Smith was committed to a mental hospital. But Reverend Purdy as well as everyone else are reluctant to talk about Johnny's father. Johnny strikes out on his own and comes to realize that a disaster will happen in the near future just a few days away. Written by matt-282

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis







Release Date:

14 August 2005 (Canada)  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs


Sound Mix:


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
See  »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

This one was right on
14 September 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

What an exciting new chapter in Johnny's life this show was. Of course it will end up being more of a sidestory than a new chapter full of possibilities but one can pretend. It's crazy how huge revelations are made and then dropped to go on to the next story in so many episodes of this program. Well, regardless, if treated as a show in itself the resolution will frustrate you as you will wish for the story to have new chapters continuing from it afterwords. If you lie to yourself as you're watching it, though, and tell yourself that this is a new beginning of new stories unfolding then you will easily be able to enjoy a wonderfully put together 42-60 minutes. After getting my wish for a Stillson main-arch episode and then realizing I can't understand a word of it, I was happy to see that we keep things simple yet fun and full of twists and turns. If I were Johnny, though, I would not be pleased with what I discovered in the end. I don't understand the need that TDZ writers have for closure in almost every episode but they force it upon us each time and I keep venting about it. Regardless, my enjoyment of this show matched the good mid-season episodes of season one or two, which means it was well done.

Just want to give a quick shout out to the production department. After watching the DVD extra, they really do work their tails off to give us some spectacular picture. This episode demonstrated that, as well, with effects regarding a large building, a mental home, fire and other fun. And props to props. Just wanted to say that.

And what an idiot I am. I just predicted after watching the last episode that one day Johnny will have to go see a shrink and lo and behold… Of course, I was expecting him to see one for his trauma of everyone around him always dying, and unfortunately that doesn't bother him (Alex Conners who?), but maybe I have some psychicness of my own. As I have no clue what awaits us in the final two episodes, I will reject that idea, but it looks like they will be good ones. I can just feel it… No, I'm not psychic, I actually feel the DVD in my hands and am about to play it. Geez…

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Message Boards

Recent Posts
Dad Zone cancled LFemnikittta
a series of books glover877
Shame it never lived up to its start p.greenwood
Question-Season 1 Packaging sburdick
Was it really canceled? stephen-39
The Last Goodbye - Roy Foldes music blazing-fenix
Discuss Babble On (2005) on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: