Eerie, Indiana: Season 1, Episode 19

The Broken Record (9 Dec. 1993)

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When Marshall suggests some heavy metal to cheer up his friend, Tod finds that he can relate to the lyrics - perhaps a little too much, as he changes dramatically into a rebellious head-banger.

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Dash X (credit only)
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Tod McNulty
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Tod is unhappy at home, his unemployed father is always shouting at him. But when Marshall suggests some heavy metal to cheer up his friend, Tod finds that he can relate to the lyrics... perhaps a little too much, as he changes dramatically into a rebellious head-banger. Can it be just the music affecting Tod, or is there some Eerie weirdness going on? Meanwhile, Marshall's parents are worried about Syndi's safety as she rides along with a local police officer, pursuing her interest in becoming a reporter. Written by Phil G

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The Last Episode.......From The Start Era Of The Series
29 October 2006 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This, Like Most Episodes Of Eerie Indiana, Has A Social Message At The Heart Of It Hidden Under Lots Of Weirdness. A lot Like ''Firefly'' This Episode doesn't really fit in well with the end of the series as in There's no Dash X,and a lot of characters up to this point of the show are cut out. If you Wanted A Definite Ending Well Then You Are Going To Be Disappointed because there is none and it just feels like another episode. Another Problem Is The Loss Of One Of the Most Enjoyable Characters Of The Series: DashX. And he is sorely missed Another Problem With This Episode Is That Like I Said It Was Obviously An Episode They Cut From the start of the series and they weren't allowed to do a proper last episode If It Was At The Start Instead of the end it would have been another great Episode,Unfortunately That Isn't The Case and all we have is a good episode,but in the wrong place


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