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Thwack 

Feeling stressed about the wedding Henry encourages Trish and Thomas to take some time out but they encounter a trip wire which knocks them from their bicycles and then they are set upon by... See full summary »

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Abby Mills
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Henry Dunn
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Jimmy Mance (as CJ Thomason)
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Sheriff Charlie Mills
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Thomas Wellington
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J.D. Dunn
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Christopher 'Sully' Sullivan
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Shea Allen
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Richard Allen
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Katherine Wellington
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Danny Brooks
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Malcolm Ross
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Beth Barrington
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Feeling stressed about the wedding Henry encourages Trish and Thomas to take some time out but they encounter a trip wire which knocks them from their bicycles and then they are set upon by an Alsatian. Malcolm is feeling very stressed over Booth's death and makes up excuses to the other guys about his sudden disappearance. Sheriff Mills finds the dismembered body of Reverend Fine in the lake and Abby finds out that her dad is conducting an investigation into mysterious deaths that have happened on Harper's Island since Wakefield was killed. Written by Anonymous

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This episodes title, which is Thwack, refers to the sound the head spade made when killing Thomas Wellington at the wedding rehersal. See more »

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