Micki, Ryan and Jack must track down an evil statue that causes men to kill the women they love.

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Ryan Dallion (as John D. Le May)
Louise Robey ...
Micki Foster (as Robey)
Chris Wiggins ...
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Eddie Monroe
Carolyn Dunn ...
Laurie Warren
Kirsten Kieferle ...
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Ross Fraser ...
Hastings
Kevin Lund ...
Bowser
Dennis Fitzgerald ...
Harold
Joy Boushel ...
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Ardon Bess ...
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Peter Faussett ...
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Matt Trueman ...
Alex
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Patrick Tierney ...
Bartender
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Micki, Ryan and Jack must track down an evil statue that causes men to kill the women they love.

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12 October 1987 (Canada)  »

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This episode was the first one to be filmed, but ultimately aired third during the series' first season. See more »

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Featured in Friday's Curse: Bottle of Dreams (1988) See more »

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The Breakaway
Written by David Quinton
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the worst the series ever got
5 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An evil statue of a cupid who vaguely resembles Mad Magazine's Alfred E. Newman is in the hands of a sad little college going miscreant who uses it to make the women want him, which he kills post-coitus. Micki & Ryan have to go undercover yet again to get the evil antique back.

I'll make no doubts about it, of all 72 episodes of this series, this one is the worst. The characterization is of, the attempts at humor fall ridiculously flat and the mere idea of someone carrying a stature that tall around while bar-hopping is just insanely stupid. If you saw this episode and still liked it, more power to you. It just didn't work for me. However, the similarly themed later episode "Vanity's Mirror" & it's season 2 sequel episode "Face of Evil" are still classics of the series.

My Grade: D


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