In this follow-up to "No More Mr. Nice Guy," the twin daughters of the cop who killed Freddy find that whenever one is attacked by the man of their dreams, the other is wounded. So the sisters team up to try to get Freddy out of their dreams for good.

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Hili Park ...
Lisa
Gry Park ...
Merit
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Sara (as Anne Curry)
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John (as Joshua Cox)
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Jeff Bennett ...
Jeff
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In this follow-up to "No More Mr. Nice Guy," the twin daughters of the cop who killed Freddy find that whenever one is attacked by the man of their dreams, the other is wounded. So the sisters team up to try to get Freddy out of their dreams for good.

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20 November 1988 (USA)  »

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Merit Blocker: We made him go away
Lisa Blocker: [looks up at her sister from the couch she is sitting on] It doesn't work, you can't make him go away.
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One of the better episodes
1 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

EPISODE 7: SISTER'S KEEPER- ****

Writers- Michael De Luca & Jeff Freilich

Director- Ken Wiederhorn

This is the first follow up episode and is a sequel to the pilot episode No More Mr. Nice Guy; this time around Freddy is after Lisa & Merit Blocker (Gry Park & Hili Park) the twin daughters of one of the cops who burned him alive. Freddy is tormenting Merit in her dreams and her sister Lisa doesn't believe her, but soon she learns the frightening truth that Freddy is quite real; Sister's Keeper is in my opinion probably the best episode of the series, while Gry & Hili Park are a little weak with their performances, both girls are likable and sympathetic; this episode is like a lower budget version of the movies only not as good. This episode ends on a downer and pretty much wraps up the story of Merit & Lisa. Personally I would have liked to have seen another follow up as I think Merit was a strong enough character, but I suppose they didn't wanna do too many follow ups and keep it with mostly new stories each week.


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