Subscribe: iTunes I’m thinking of organizing a get together at Comic Con this year. If someone else is planning something already, let me know, I’d love to help out. But to gauge interest, here’s a poll:

Would you (honestly) attend an Unofficial Troublemaker Get Together at SDCC this year?

  • I wish I could!!! (74%, 17 Votes)
  • Yes (26%, 6 Votes)
  • What's SDCC? (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 23

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NOTE: Our Next Podcast will be on “Thanks for the Memories 3×13


Random Thoughts:

  • Amazing acting on all fronts.
  • Great to see the original Chief back
  • Kudos to the production crew on making 1955 come to life!


  • “Oh, I hate this town.” – Duke Crocker
  • “Hey, actually I think its the that I started drinking…heavily.” – Duke Crocker
  • “You ever feel like no matter where you go, somehow you always end up in the same place?” – Duke Crocker
  • Audrey: “Okay. You know when there’s a Haven thing, and because I’m immune to the Troubles, I’m the only one that knows it’s a Haven thing?”
    Nathan: “Yeah.”
    Audrey: “This is a Haven thing.”
  • Audrey: “…unless…you…you and me were. You’re with Jordan.”
    Nathan: “Yeah.”
    Audrey: “Good. Okay, that’s–that’s good. That’s–that’s good for, um, both of you.”
  • Nathan: “We got to fix whatever you did to change the future.”
    Duke: “No. Look, I kept a low profile, okay? I know the rules.
    Nathan: “The rules?”
    Duke: “The time-travel rules.”
    Nathan: “So you’ve done nothing of consequence since you’ve been here?”
    Duke: “Absolutely–Okay, I-I…Mmm I may have saved one person’s life.
    Nathan: “The bartender?”
    Duke: “It was instinct.”
    Nathan: “Great. If he was supposed to die, you’ve screwed up the natural order. Now, even if we get home, it is a completely different Haven.”
    Duke: “”Like the Gull could be a frozen yogurt shop, and I could be a total douche?”
    Nathan: “Or its a completely different Haven.”
    Duke: “That was good.”
  • Nathan: “Here you go.”
    Young Garland: “Think I can be a cop one day like you?”
    Nathan: “Sure. Officer…?”
    Young Garland: “Officer Wuornos…Garland Wuornos.”
    Nathan: “Yeah. You’ll be a real good cop too.”
    Young Garland: “Thank you mister.”
  • “We are not messing with the time-space continuum so you can work out your daddy issues.” – Nathan Wuornos
  • “Watch yourself. She may look like Audrey, but she’s not…and apparently a killer.” – Duke Crocker
  • Sarah: “What the hell do you think you’re doing? Who are you?”
    Nathan: *chuckles* “I’m a friend.”
    Sarah: “Wrong answer. Let me help you find your way out.”
    *Sarah drags Nathan out of the hospital by his ear”
    Sarah: “My patient has made more progress in the last two weeks than he has in a year. He’s very fragile, and if you’ve done anything to damage him, I swear….I will throttle you. Why are you looking at me that way.”
    Nathan: “I’m sorry, you’re just–“
    Sarah: “I’m what?”
    Nathan: “Just kind of incredible. Sorry. I’ll leave.”
    Sarah: “You can’t call a girl “incredible” and just walk away. Explain yourself.”
    Nathan: “I guess I do have some explaining to do.”
  • “So, there’s going to be this thing called a microchip. Invest in it. Secondly, don’t bet on the sox this entire century.” – Duke Crocker
  • Sarah: “Well, the first time you’re in a war zone, they say you either panic, or you just focus and know what to do. I knew what to do. I was better than the doctors sometimes.”
    Nathan: *chuckles* “Well. that’s what you do, right? Handle situations…help people.”
    Sarah: “In a way. I work with the vets in D.C.”
    Nathan: “You don’t live in Haven?”
    Sarah: “No. I just got here. I just came to make Stuart comfortable. He’s a unique case. My supervisor says I’m good with the strange ones.”
    Nathan: “Well, Haven is a strange place. You don’t need to be afraid of what you can’t explain.”
    Sarah: “Well, that is good advice in any corner of the world.”
    Nathan: “So you don’t–you don’t know anyone here? You don’t know any Crocker?”
    Sarah: “You’re my first friend.”
    Nathan: “I am?”
    Sarah: “There’s something different about you. You know what I learned on the front? That things could end at any minute. You have to take advantage of the time that you have. Do you believe that?”
    Nathan: “Yeah.”
    Sarah: “So here I am on this beautiful beach with a handsome guy, and all I can think of is…we have time.”
    Nathan: “I’m sorry. I should go.”
    Sarah: “Why do I always go for the shy ones.”
  • Nathan: “There are people here that think you’re a threat. It’s hard to explain. But I’m from Haven. I know this place. And in a way, I know you too. Just look at me. You have the strongest intuition of anybody I’ve ever met. And you may not know why, but you trust me.”
    Sarah: “I do. I trust you.”
    Nathan: “Sarah, you need to run.”
    Sarah: “No, I can’t–I can’t leave Stuart.”
    Nathan: “I’ll guard him with my life. Take this. Go through the basement. There’s a man named Duke waiting for you. He has long hair but you can trust him. Just take whatever car you can and drive and don’t stop driving. Until you hear a man named Roy Crocker is dead, do you understand?”
    Sarah: “Yes.”
    *Sarah kisses Nathan*
    Sarah: “That’s in case I never see you again.”
    Nathan: “You will.”
  • Roy: “It’s nothing personal, sweetheart. Just simple self-preservation.”
    Sarah: Women’s Army Corp. I know about self-preservation too. I’ve seen what killing does to a man. It makes you hollow.”
  • I know you were trying to help, but we can’t escape our fate, it’s in our blood.” – Roy Crocker
  • Sarah: “I killed that man. I save people. I don’t hurt them. But I killed that man.”
    Nathan: “You didn’t have a choice. He was going to kill you.”
    Sarah: “Why? What did I ever do to him. I just got here. But you knew it was going to happen. I want answers and I want them now.”
    Nathan: “There are these people in Haven. Some call them cursed. We call them…I call them Troubled. I’m one of them…so is Stuart. And you–you can help. You are important. Special. “
    Sarah: “And who are you?”
    Nathan: “I really am from Haven. I just didn’t say when. The longer I stay here, my Haven is getting worse. I really need your help.”
  • Sarah: “How do I help someone troubled exactly?”
    Nathan: “You try to reach them, figure out how their trouble works.”
  • Sarah: “If this works, it’s good-bye, isn’t it?”
    Nathan: “I belong somewhere else.”
    Sarah: “I don’t want to do this alone.”
    Duke: “You don’t have to do it alone. Go to the Haven Herald in town. Look for Vince and Dave Teagues. They’ll be friends. Just, um don’t take any crap from them.”
    Nathan: “That’s not her style.”
    Duke: “I can see that.”
  • “We tried to make things better, but it didn’t matter. what happened was already decided. It was…fate.” – Duke Crocker
  • Audrey: “Sarah? Did you meet her?”
    Nathan: “We were kind of her first case. She and Stuart–they helped get us home.”
    Audrey: “What was she like? Was she married? Did she have, um, a family?”
    Nathan: “She just got to Haven. She was a nurse. She um, she was alone.”
    Audrey: “She mention anything about having a son?”
    Nathan: “What’s going on?”
    Audrey: “I didn’t know how I was going to tell you this, so I’m just gonna-I’m gonna say it. When I was Sarah, I had a baby. The Colorado Kid is my son.”

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