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The Lighthouse 

As attempts are made to stop William, things only get worse. A search begins to find the fourth key person for opening the gateway. Audrey continues the fight to remain Audrey.



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Episode credited cast:
Ashley Marie Pike ...
Lily Moffatt
Roy Ellis ...
Tourist Dad
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As attempts are made to stop William, things only get worse. A search begins to find the fourth key person for opening the gateway. Audrey continues the fight to remain Audrey.

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13 December 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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The same house used in this episode is the house used as Vera Donovan's house in Stephen King's Dolores Claiborne. See more »


References Sybil (1976) See more »


Theme from 'Haven'
Written by Andre Fratto & Leah Siegel
Performed by Andre Fratto & Leah Siegel
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Good show good episode but wimpy characters
22 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just finished watching episode 13 of season 4 on Netflix (I love watching with no commercials). There are spoilers coming so quit reading if you have not seen this one yet. Audrey finally finds out that her original personality is a wicked woman named Mara and she and William are responsible for all the troubles in Haven. William forces her into a situation where she has to give troubles to a couple of people in order to prevent a baby with trouble from killing hundreds perhaps thousands of people or more before it learns to control the trouble. She has to give Duke his trouble back again. Duke asks for it back because the father of the baby asks him to kill him in order to rid his family of the trouble so his baby can live a normal life and people stop dying. Duke gets a little more than he expected; giving troubles is not an exact science. A plan is constructed to send William through a portal, out of their dimension and into a horrible place of punishment. Four people have to stand around a large Guard symbol on the floor in the basement of the lighthouse and open a door to the other dimension, one of them being William. William begs not to be sent back but nobody is having it. When it comes time for Nathan to shove him through the door he acts like a pussy, hardly trying to push him. I swear, if that was the best Nathan can do, he has no business being a cop, or even pushing a broom. Finally Audrey decides she should be the one to send him off and grabs him to throw him through. There is an electric spark when they touch, not the first time. Every time she touches him in this episode, especially after giving troubles to people, her connection to William becomes stronger, and her memory of her former self becomes more clear and seems to have more influence on her. As she grabs him and shoves him through the door the connection passes the tipping point; William is gone through to the other dimension but Audrey's personality is gone as well. Mara's personality takes control of her and she asks at the end of the show "alright, who is going to help me get William back?" Serves Nathan right, he wimped out, again, and this time it cost him. If he had been able to muster up his balls for once and thrown William threw the door Audrey would not have had to touch him and she might have been able to remain in control.

The other wimpy character is Dave. He and his brother always carry on like a gay couple anyway. But this episode he really wimps out badly.

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