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Cupid's Quiver 

Micki, Ryan and Jack must track down an evil statue that causes men to kill the women they love.

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... Ryan Dallion (as John D. Le May)
Louise Robey ... Micki Foster (as Robey)
Chris Wiggins ... Jack Marshak
... Eddie Monroe
Carolyn Dunn ... Laurie Warren
Kirsten Kieferle ... Bar Girl
Ross Fraser ... Hastings
Kevin Lund ... Bowser
Dennis Fitzgerald ... Harold
... Red Head
Ardon Bess ... Hotel Manager
Peter Faussett ... Frat Member
Matt Trueman ... Alex
... Security Guard
Patrick Tierney ... Bartender
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Micki, Ryan and Jack must track down an evil statue that causes men to kill the women they love.

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12 October 1987 (Canada)  »

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This episode was the first one to be filmed, but ultimately aired third during the series' first season. See more »

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Featured in Friday the 13th: The Series: Bottle of Dreams (1988) See more »

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The Breakaway
Written by David Quinton
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One of the weaker episodes.
16 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Episode 3: Cupid's Quiver- ** ½

This episode has the trio on search for a cupid statue that when used the person will fall in love with them, but that person then has to be killed. Weak episode, but I'll cut it some slack since its only episode 3 and the concept and characters are still being developed, but this one is mostly boring. The idea was solid, but just doesn't fully work.

Directed by Atom Egoyan who directed the film the Sweet Hereafter, which earned him an Oscar nomination for best director and screenplay for adapted material.


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