On Halloween night, Micki and Ryan are visited by the ghost of their late uncle, who has returned from the underworld.

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Ryan Dallion (as John D. Le May)
Louise Robey ...
Micki Foster (as Robey)
Chris Wiggins ...
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Adrienne Pocock ...
Greta (as Adrian Pocock)
Victoria Deslaurier ...
Evil Greta
David Matheson ...
Larry
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Howard
Maxwell Moffett ...
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F. Braun McAsh ...
B.T. (as Braun McAsh)
Tom Melissis ...
Erik
Ron Vanhart ...
Hearse driver
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On Halloween night, Micki and Ryan are visited by the ghost of their late uncle, who has returned from the underworld.

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26 October 1987 (Canada)  »

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Lewis Vendredi: I've been waiting for you, Jack.
Jack Marshak: Lewis, you've had your time. You've made your choice. God help you. Now you must abide by that choice.
Lewis Vendredi: It wasn't fair, Jack. I didn't know. If I had known I wouldn't have done it. Jack, they say that nothing is forever. But down there you die forever. Down there, over and over and over.
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the episode where everyone acts ridiculously dumbed down
12 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ryan, Micki & Jack get to meet up with the ghost of Uncle Lewis for the first (but not the last) time during a Halloweed party. Thanks to some idiots at the party who mess in the basement, Lewis has returned along with a demon midget & it's up to the trio to get rid of them. At this rate, their new neighbors will never trust the 'Curious Goods' shop.

Their's one word that can sum up this episode in a nutshell: moronic. The demon dwarf cons and traps Jack way too easily (even after he starts to catch on). Micki & Ryan are all too eager to give their demonic Uncle a mystical amulet of unknown power. Hell if Ryan wasn't such a simpleton that he organized a raging party in a store that houses numerous cursed antiques this episode would've never happened in the first place. If it feels I've been so hard on this series thus far in my reviews, i'm sorry it's just that I know how great the series will get in an episode or two. But the first handful or so episodes can be a tad hard to sit through. This one being no exception as everyone is acting ridiculously dumb.

My Grade: D


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