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Stick It in Your Ear 

A commercial psychic uses a mystic hearing aid to read the thoughts of his audience.

Director:

Douglas Jackson

Writers:

Jon Ezrine, Frank Mancuso Jr. (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Louise Robey Louise Robey ... Micki Foster (as Robey)
Steve Monarque ... Johnny Ventura (as Steven Monarque)
Chris Wiggins Chris Wiggins ... Jack Marshak
Wayne Best ... Adam Cole
Chas Lawther Chas Lawther ... Phil
Elizabeth Edwards Elizabeth Edwards ... Randi Hamill
Gordon Jocelyn ... Dr. Walter Risbeck
Bill McDermott Bill McDermott ... Mr. Gerald Maxwell
Kimberly Miles Kimberly Miles ... Cheryl
Christopher Bondy Christopher Bondy ... Stan Elliot
Timothy Burd ... Andrew (as Tim Burd)
Hal Johnson Hal Johnson ... Guy
Michael Caruana ... Henry Feldman
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Storyline

A stage mentalist, Adam Cole, gets hold of a cursed hearing aid that lets him read minds for real, but at the cost of eventually having to project the accumulated thoughts into a victim--killing them--or dying himself. The trio have to confront Adam on stage during a talk show to expose him and get the hearing aid back. Written by Gislef

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Horror

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Trivia

Micki and Jack recover five unidentified antiques at Maxwell's estate auction. See more »

Goofs

Jack says that Adam can only read one mind at a time. But in the next scene, Adam picks out the person holding his paycheck from an audience of hundreds. If he can only read one mind at a time, he couldn't find the person holding the check in the few seconds shown. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Risbeck: A hearing aid will help.
Adam Cole: What?
Dr. Risbeck: A HEARING AID WILL HELP!
Adam Cole: I can't wear one of those things. I'll look like a dork.
Dr. Risbeck: But you'll be able to hear.
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Decent episode
22 December 2020 | by mattkratzSee all my reviews

This was a decent episode about a mind reading episode about a night club mind reading act where one of them needs a hearing aid, and it enables him to actually read minds and then fatally release the thoughts onto someone else. The night club scenes are classic, and I liked the talk show part, but the "release" scenes, especially the final one, are kind of gruesome. I think it was ok.

** out of ****


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 1989 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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