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Help for the Lovelorn ()


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This episode, a tribute to The Twilight Zone, follows Felicity as she tries to heal her broken heart and strange doings at The Clinic.

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Felicity Porter
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Ben Covington
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Julie Emrick
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Elena Tyler
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Sean Blumberg (creditOnly)
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Meghan Rotundi
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Noel Crane
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Doctor
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Janice King
Greg Huge ...
Ghostly Man (as Gregory Cook)
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Woman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Morrissey ...
Corpse
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Anesthesiologist
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Grad Student
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Voice Actor (uncredited)
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Sally Reardon (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Lamont Johnson

Written by

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J.J. Abrams ... (creator) (creator) &
Matt Reeves ... (creator) (creator)
 
J.J. Abrams ... (written by)

Produced by

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J.J. Abrams ... executive producer
Tiffany Marie Rocquemore Delorme ... coordinating producer (as Tiffany Rocquemore-Delorme)
Mychelle Deschamps ... producer
Robyn-Alain Feldman ... associate producer
Brian Grazer ... executive producer
Ron Howard ... executive producer
Tony Krantz ... executive producer
Jennifer Levin ... supervising producer
Andrea Newman ... co-producer
Matt Reeves ... executive producer
Josh Reims ... producer
Chad Savage ... co-producer
Nick Smirnoff ... co-producer

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Danny Pelfrey
W.G. Snuffy Walden

Cinematography by

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Michael Bonvillain

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Joanna Cappuccilli Lovetti ... (as Joanna Lovetti)

Editorial Department

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Greg Faluszczak ... on-line editor
Sandra Kaufman ... assistant editor
Jonathan Petrovich ... post-production coordinator
Stan Salfas ... supervising editor
Steve Porter ... final colorist (uncredited)

Casting By

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Janet Gilmore
Megan McConnell
Marcia Shulman

Production Design by

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Woody Crocker

Art Direction by

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Anthony Medina

Set Decoration by

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Barbara Cassel

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Linda Serijan ... (as Linda Serijan-Fasmer)

Makeup Department

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Christina Bartolucci ... makeup artist
Laura LaRocca ... hair stylist (as Laura DeLuisa)
Lisa Nash-Jones ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Miguel Ángel Poveda ... post-production supervisor
Nick Smirnoff ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Richard Coad ... second assistant director
Robert M. Williams Jr. ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jonathan Robertson ... propmaker gangboss
David Scott ... property master (as David L. Scott)

Sound Department

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Robert Appere ... re-recording mixer (as Robert L. Appere)
Dario Biscaldi ... foley mixer
Ed Carr ... re-recording mixer (as Edward C. Carr III)
Ryan Ferro ... utility sound
David Grecu ... supervising sound editor
Bo Harwood ... production sound mixer
Scott Jacobs ... boom operator
Zeke Richardson ... foley recordist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Marshall Adams ... chief lighting technician
David Berryman ... assistant camera / second assistant camera
Jim 'Tomcat' Downing ... second unit: key grip
Duane Journey ... key grip
Jeff Journey ... dolly grip
Andrew Smith ... best boy
Peter M. Smith ... electrician
Jorge Sánchez ... assistant camera
David J. Frederick ... camera operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Alison Stuart ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anne Hartley ... key costumer (as Anne Winsor Hartley)
Eleanor Johnson ... set costumer (as Ele Goudreau)
Behnaz Shokouhi ... set costumer

Music Department

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J.J. Abrams ... composer: main title theme
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist
Brett Chapman ... music coordinator
Mitchell Leib ... executive in charge of soundtracks
Amanda Scheer-Demme ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Steve De Leon ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Carmen Allard ... production coordinator
Kelli Pinker ... construction accountant
Vince Robinette ... production accountant
Renée Rosenfeld ... script supervisor (as Renee Rosenfeld)
Laurie Seidman ... script coordinator
Judy Torres ... craft service

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Also Known As
  • Help for the Lovelorn (United States)
Runtime
  • 42 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The director of this episode, Lamont Johnson, directed several episodes of "Thr Twilight Zone" in the 60s. See more »
Movie Connections Spoofs The Twilight Zone (1959). See more »

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