Hope Island (1999– )
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Reverend Daniel Cooper arrives on Hope Island to reopen the Community Church and encounters rejection and distrust from some of the locals, especially from Alex Stone, the beautiful and ... See full summary »

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Nub Flanders
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Bonita Vasquez
Gina Stockdale ...
Ruby Vasquez
Allison Hossack ...
Molly Brewster
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Kevin Mitchum
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Max Peters ...
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Cliff Cooper
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Harry the Fisherman
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Reverend Daniel Cooper arrives on Hope Island to reopen the Community Church and encounters rejection and distrust from some of the locals, especially from Alex Stone, the beautiful and feisty owner of the local tavern The Widow's Walk. Daniel also clashes with Brian Brewster, an arrogant and ambitious entrepreneur who wants to turn the Community Church into a Las Vegas type attraction to draw tourists to Hope Island. The island's one and only police officer Kevin Mitchum is devastated when he learns that his father Jake is showing the first signs of Alzheimer's. Written by Emmanuel Valerio

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12 September 1999 (Canada)  »

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Brian Brewster: Callie, he looks healthy enough to me. Can we concentrate on the footprints, please?
Daniel Cooper: [regarding the footprints in cement] Whose are they?
Brian Brewster: Only the holiest man that ever lived, that's all!
Daniel Cooper: [in disbelief] Jesus?
Brian Brewster: [to Callie] Hey, Callie. You hear that? The Reverend recognized those feet!
Brian Brewster: [to Daniel Cooper] Atta boy!
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