Eleventh Hour: Season 1, Episode 12

Eternal (29 Jan. 2009)

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The autopsy of a middle-aged but youthful-looking man reveals that he had a second heart.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Grace Dahl
Dr. Bruce Templeton (as Christopher Fields)
Isabelle Van Dyke
Dr. Niles Davison
Brian Dahl
Angie Parks
Tim Pulice ...
Medical Examiner
Medical Assistant
Paul Perri ...
Mr. Dahl
Joe Gerety ...


The autopsy of a middle-aged but youthful-looking man reveals that he had a second heart.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller





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Dr. Jacob Hood: You know, once upon a time, getting old was a sign of wisdom - something to be revered.
Rachel Young: Now, people kill to stay young.
Dr. Jacob Hood: Yeah. Can't think why. Being young's a pain in the ass. Acne. Parents. The prom.
[sighs and shakes head]
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References MacGyver (1985) See more »

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Mangalitsas are for real
30 January 2009 | by (San Francisco, United States) – See all my reviews

The Mangalitsa pigs that figure prominently in this episode are for real and are being raised and sold in the United States by a company called Wooly Pigs.

Wooly Pigs was formed to produce pork equal to Europe's best.

To this end, they imported a herd of Mangalitsa, one of Europe's best tasting breeds. They also imported European techniques for raising the pigs.

Wooly Pigs is the only breeder of Mangalitsa in the New World. They imported the initial breeding stock and haven't sold any non-neutered animals. They breed in Washington and the Midwest.

Besides finishing their own pigs, Wooly Pigs sells neutered pigs to other producers. They then help these producers produce the best Mangalitsa they can.

People buy Mangalitsa because it tastes wonderful. Properly raised Mangalitsa has incomparably juicy and flavorful meat and fat.

Wooly Pigs is owned by Heath Putnam.

Before founding Wooly Pigs, Heath lived for several years in Central Europe working in software and financial analysis. He has travelled extensively throughout the region.

After experiencing Mangalitsa while in Europe, Heath decided to bring Mangalitsa to the New World, knowing that many American consumers would find it irresistible.

Wooly Pigs is based in Washington. Their Mangalitsa live in Washington and the Midwest.


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