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(TV Series)

(2005)

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  • Christina and Judy take drastic steps to get the goods on Boyd by drugging him and holding him hostage in the Kramer household to roughly interrogate him about why he's in Point Pleasant and what he knows about Christina. But Boyd's wicked ways leave a Point Pleasant local in dire straits, leading to the death of Father Tomas. Meanwhile, Jesse gets a glimpse of his miraculous past of which he survived being mangled by a savage dog. Also, Terry and Paula grow closer, while Meg's grip on reality continues to fade, making her land in a psychiatric ward at the local hospital.

    - Written by Anonymous
  • Lucas Boyd is dangerously anxious to prevent Christina having any allies, making sure Meg needs Ben's medical help for her worsening mental condition. Jesse tells Christina he has decided to stay- at least till he makes sense of recurring youth memories. Host Terry asks Jesse to check on his sick dad David while he must house-sit that evening; the two renew their old friendship, while Terry gathers the courage to reject Paula as gold-digger, but his hurt emotion only turns her on straight into love-making. At the junkyard of his nightmare, Jesse discovers he bled to death as a kid that night, and makes ma Sara admit he was dead for seven hours, according to her surviving to do God's work. Father Tomás implores Christina to resist violence but she refuses to hold hands in pure friendship. Judy pretends to believe Lucas's claim he minds crazy Christina for her pa, so they can tie him up drugged with truth serum, but he wins the taunting game masterly and makes her waste her right to spare a single mortal on Judy, next morning father Tomás is crushed by the church crucifix.

    - Written by KGF Vissers

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