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Time Keeps on Slipping 

A distressed Ariel begins to lose hours and then years of time in her life and must look to her future self to find out how to get back to the present.

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Liam McManus
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Mrs. Lisa Kerrigan
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Daniel Kerrigan
Holliston Coleman ...
Hannah
Madison Carabello ...
Paloma Stark ...
12-Year-Old Anna
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5-Year-Old Anna
Pierce Driessen ...
10-Year-Old Brendan Kerrigan
Shannon Welles ...
Octogenarian Ariel
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Ariel is having a difficult time time. She seems to be jumping ahead in time but without any memories of what has happened in the intervening period. She is babysitting for her teacher, Mrs. Lisa Kerrigan, when she finds the woman in the living room shot through the head. She then jumps forward a short time to where the police want a statement from her. The biggest jump occurs where it is now 10 years into the future. She is married to a high school sweetheart Liam and has a 5 year-old child but in her mind, she still a teenager in high school. Ariel's future self begins to have visions of what happened the night Mrs. Kerrigan was killed. When Lisa's balaclava-wearing killer is identified as the mother of her child, the evidence seems to support that her husband Daniel is the killer. There is another answer however. Written by garykmcd

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7 May 2010 (USA)  »

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The worst episode EVER!
21 May 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lines repeated over and over and over.

I never did find out the point of this episode, if their was one, as I just got so irritated at the same lines being said over and over. Yeah, we get it. Ariel lost ten years. But why did we have to be told over and over and over.

I cannot express how bad this episode was, it seemed to go nowhere for almost the whole programme.

Quite frankly, it was episodes like this that wrote the demise of this series.

I had no choice but to fast forward to the next episode, hoping against hope that there are no more like this turkey!


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