The Stand (1994– )
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The Betrayal 

Hundreds are now in Boulder, Colorado with Mother Abigail but Randall Flagg has sent Nadine Cross to infiltrate the group. Unable to seduce Larry, she then sets her sights on Harold. But ... See full summary »

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Hundreds are now in Boulder, Colorado with Mother Abigail but Randall Flagg has sent Nadine Cross to infiltrate the group. Unable to seduce Larry, she then sets her sights on Harold. But just as the citizens begin to organize their lives, Mother Abigail leaves Boulder. The residents do become concerned about what Randall Flagg, based in Las Vegas, may be up to and decide to send three people west to find out. Written by garykmcd

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11 May 1994 (USA)  »

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When Harold Lauder is working on a bomb in the basement, and the usually bossy Nadine Cross asks how he's doing, Harold gets confidently annoyed with her (since he has the particular know-how), and makes her leave him alone (while disco music is playing). Which is very reminiscent of a scene between Bruce Dern and Marthe Keller in the 1977 thriller BLACK SUNDAY. See more »

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When Flagg gives the pendant to Trashcan Man, the stone has a chain as the necklace portion. It is a literal chain, with links. When Trash takes it from Flaggs hand, however, it changes to a thin string-type necklace. See more »

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Harold Lauder: Don't screw with my disco, Nadine!
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References Kojak (1973) See more »

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So so...
26 July 2010 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

This episode is watchable, but does not live up to the early promise of the first episode. It isn't the worst however, that "honour" goes to the final one...

Mother Abagail's death isn't very well handled in my view.

Like the society around them, things fall apart in terms of the drama, directing, acting and general cohesion.

There are a few "patriotic" moments which might strike chords with Americans, but they don't do it for the rest of us.

The character of Flagg is powerful in the book, but somehow not so compelling here. It is not an exaggeration to say that he sometimes has more menace as a crow, than in human form.


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