The police arrest a troubled young man, Edward Nolan, for the murder of Monsignor Joe Bellamy. Except for Pez, the police are convinced that he is guilty. She is not ready to assign guilt ... See full summary »

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Ian Nottingham (as Eric 'Kaos' Etebari)
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The police arrest a troubled young man, Edward Nolan, for the murder of Monsignor Joe Bellamy. Except for Pez, the police are convinced that he is guilty. She is not ready to assign guilt so quickly, particularly when another priest, Father Del Toro, suggests that Nolan may be possessed. Using the Witchblade, Sarah is able to make contact with he dead priest in the same way she can speak to her now dead partner, Danny Woo. She learns that the Vatican may have a particular interest in the Witchblade. Del Toro is not what he seems or claims to be. Sarah continues her relationship with Irish singer and poet Conchobar. Written by garykmcd

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Roger Daltrey is .....
19 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This isn't the only time that ol' Roger has played the Devil, but he gets a great speech here and has a whackin' good fight with Sarah.

This is one of those sad cases where the idea in a TV episode is so good you wish they had a bigger budget and more time to make it really good.

Anyway, Sarah investigates the murder of a Roman Catholic priest which involves demonic possession, WWII, and new powers for her. You may spot the twist/villain early on but it still is a fun ride to watch.

I can't understand the low ratings that so many episodes of this show receive. It's original, well acted, and sometimes moving.


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