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Interview with Laura Mennell of "Haven" on
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Moderator: Brenda Lowry
October 28, 2:00 p.m. ET
Brenda Lowry: Ö Hi everyone, this is Brenda Lowry with Syfy,
thank you for joining our call today for Haven. Weíre very
excited to have Laura Mennell with us today. She is ó weíll
have a recurring guest role on Haven starting with this
Fridayís episode on Halloween. We also have our executive
producers and show runners, Matthew McGuinness and Gabrielle
Stanton. And just to remind you that Haven airs on Sci Fi,
Fridays at 7:00 p.m. and without further ado weíll get
started with questions. Iím going to send the call back over
to our moderator, Shannon.
Operator: At this time, I would like to let our participants
know that if they have a question during todayís call they
may press star and the number one on their telephone keypad.
I will turn it back to the presenters at this time.
Your first question comes from the line of Jamie Ruby. Your
line is now open.
Jamie Ruby: Hi guys, thanks so much for talking to us today.
Brenda Lowry: Hi.
Jamie Ruby: I really enjoyed the next two episodes so Iím
excited for everybody else to get to see them. I just wanted
to start with Laura Ö
Laura Mennell: Yes.
Jamie Ruby: Can you talk a bit about your character. Iím
assuming without, I mean obviously you know other people
havenít all seen the show but Ö
Laura Mennell: Youíve seen more than me so far. Lucky you.
Jamie Ruby: It was good. But do you think that the
characters will be able to trust her? I mean do you think
maybe that they will eventually be able to confide in her
with whatís going on?
Laura Mennell: Well I think thatís part of the fun of this
new introduction of Charlotte being this CDC ó
epidemiologist working for the CDC because I mean, yes,
generally speaking she does pose a bit of a threat which is
kind of interesting coming into town, coming into Haven, not
only as an outsider but as this women working for the CDC
where Havenís secrets could be exposed to possibly the worst
person possible. But yes, I mean throughout this season
youíll get to see whether she is a threat, whether sheís not
a threat, whether she possibly could help. I think thatís
part of the fun of it all.
Matt McGuinness: Can I Ė can I answer to that, a little bit
Laura Mennell: Yes.
Matt McGuinness: ĎCause if the question specifically is
about can people trust her, I think itís an excellent
question and I think the answer is some will and some wonít
and thatíll create really good conflict I think. Some people
will recognize Charlotte for the potential threat that she
either is or could be, and other people will begin to see
her as someone who may actually be a big benefit to the
town. And those people will have obviously completely
different viewpoints and find themselves in conflict about
what to do about this CDC agent.
Jamie Ruby: Awesome. And then can you just talk a bit about
working with Adam.
Laura Mennell: Oh Adam is just a sweetheart. Heís really
lovely. He has a heart of gold. I think itís so funny you
know coming into a new job when you know youíre going to be
working with new people. You always get curious and you do a
little bit of research and I knew that he was like this
pro-wrestler guy and you know, you see the pictures of him
all muscled up and all tough but heís honestly just such a
sweetheart and so lovely to work with as an actor and as a
And you know youíd come to set every day and heíd talk about
his lovely girlfriend and his super, super sweet lovely
little baby called (Lyric) and yes, we had a lot of fun,
weíd joke around and weíd work really well together so
hopefully that comes across. I think it will throughout the
season. Heís been great. Heís so lovely and wonderful.
Matt McGuinness: And his dogs? Did he talk about his dogs?
Laura Mennell: Oh my god I saw the tiniest of dogs but I
canít remember its name right now, but his tiniest little
old one who was super cute and lovely. Itís just so nice to
see this big hulky guy with a heart.
Matt McGuinness: Iím not, if Iím not mistaken, Adam has
among other things, a teacup poodle.
Gabrielle Stanton: Yes, thatís it.
Laura Mennell: Yes, yes, thatís the one. Which I love, I
Jamie Ruby: OK. Thank you so much all of you.
Laura Mennell: No problem.
Operator: Your next question comes from the line of Heather
McLatchie. Your line is now open.
Heather McLatchie: Hi everybody, thank you so much for
talking to us today. My first questionís for Gabrielle and
Matt. So, going into this season, we understand from talking
to the cast earlier that there was a lot of pairings that
happened because of the way the shooting was, so weíve seen
a lot of two part episodes. Will that continue through the
rest of the season?
Gabrielle Stanton: Yes. Pretty much. I mean not every
episode but because weíve you know been on for a while now,
we kind of had the opportunity this season to do a lot more
kind of serialized stuff. Dig more into mythology, do a lot
more character stuff and that really kind of led itself to
two two part stories so we can really dig into the troubles
and what, how our characters are reacting to them and how we
were kind of dealing with it in terms of the overall
mythology of the series.
So, itís been really kind of fun this year to be able to do
more of that and more kind of you know serialized
mythological stuff as opposed to all standalone episodes.
Matthew McGuinness: Yes, we were very much a case of the
weak show earlier in our run you know and I think correctly
you know the longer you go the more you want to learn about
where these people came from, how theyíre interacting with
each other and the sort of one off case of the week is
there, but itís sort of there to serve as the characters
more I think. And for that reason, two part-ers seemed to
work really, really well this year. And we always, you know
as we become more serialized almost every episode ends on
some type of bombshell or cliffhanger or something so to us
it just feels like almost an ongoing story at this point.
Heather McLatchie: OK. Great, thank you. And for Laura I
wanted to ask how as it been coming into an existing cast
and storyline? How has that been for you coming from your
own series where you were an integral part of an ensemble.
Whatís it been like for you to come in?
Laura Mennell: You know itís always different coming to a
new show and youíre like the new kid in town. Like itís like
the first day at school and you never know how youíre really
going to fit. But I found with this show specifically it was
a really easy fit. I mean the cast is lovely and wonderful
and super sweet and also I mean the crew is just
spectacular. I think thereís something to be said about east
coast Canadians and their warmth and hospitality. So Iíve
really, really honestly enjoyed being a part of Haven and
being in Nova Scotia and part of the wonderful, crazy, wacky
world and getting to play with so many wonderful things that
the writers have sort of thrown my way. I mean Charlotte
will definitely go through some interesting changes to say
So, itís been a fun couple of seasons weíve been working.
Heather McLatchie: Great. Thank you.
Operator: At this time I would remind participants if they
have a question they may press star and then the number one
on their telephone keypad.
Our next question is from the line of Tim Holquinn. Your
line is now open.
Tim Holquinn: Hi itís great to get to speak with you all
Brenda Lowry: Hi
Laura Mennell: Hey.
Tim Holquinn: For Laura first, I was wondering was your
character featured extensively enough in the episode that
Lucas Bryant directed that you might have any impressions to
share on what it was like being directed by him?
Gabrielle Stanton: Yes, yes, I definitely ó once, you know
my first episode will be this 508. You get a little sneak
peak and once Iím in there, Iím definitely very much in
there. Iím very much a part of the story constantly but I
was lucky enough to get to be directed by Lucas who again is
a great, wonderful man and super talented. Heís a great
actor and so I was curious to see what heíd be like as a
director and heís a lot of fun. Heís really, really
supportive to his actors and his crew and he was really
I think what I loved the most about being directed by him
was he really encouraged getting to play around with
different things and would really give you the time as an
actor to be creative and try new things and just to see
where it would go. To see what would work, to just try it
which was really great. And, I gained a lot of respect for
him because thatís a tough job to do and I think he did a
great job and I think his episode will honestly be a lot of
fun and super weird.
Matt McGuinness: Weíre going to chime in here and say that
Lucas by all accounts was a fantastic director. And itís
always fun for us to watch and see what directors sort of
you know, where their strengths and/or perhaps weaknesses
are and actors are always really interesting to me because I
think they work from a place of actors. So they work with
the actors and they like to work on performance and things
like that and that frankly is what I tend to like as well.
So, by all accounts he was a terrific director. And then it
was also fun to see the crew really rallying around him. You
know I think it was indicative of how fond people are of him
up there and these are people that have been working with
him for five years in the rain and snow and sleet and
whatever else. And you know, there was an opportunity to
really ride to the rescue for Lucas and help him as he
directed and I think people really did. I was happy to see
that, I thought that was a real indication of closeness of
people up there.
Tim Holquinn: Well weíre all definitely excited to see that
episode for sure. For Gabriel and Matt, Iím wondering if you
can answer this or not, but has the scheduling move to 7:00
p.m. been seen as a perhaps a negative portent or just a
temporary move. What are your feelings about that timeslot
Matt McGuinness: Well you know itís interesting. Television
is sort of a real moving morphing landscape these days. Our
like a lot of television shows are DVR numbers are virtually
the same as our live numbers. And more and more and more and
more people, I mean, when I say the same, I mean almost 100
percent of our audience is almost split between live
audience and DVR audiences at this time. And I think you
know weíre kind of a harvinger of people realizing that
people watch television when they want to. I certainly do, a
lot of people do. And you know to be honest when I first
heard it I wasnít thrilled. But I think pairing us with
wrestling was probably a good thing because Adam has a lot
of fans there and Iíve been pleasantly surprised actually at
how well it works.
Gabrielle Stanton: I think, I mean I think as Matt said,
itís funny because itís almost not as important now when
youíre on because no-one or very few people, and I think
itís going to become more so this way are watching real
time. I mean I have shows that I love that I watch every
week but if you ask me oh what nightís it on. I actually
donít know I just know itís on my DVR when I get home. So, I
think, although like Matt said we were a little you know
weirded out by the time at first, weíve come to realize with
the ratings and stuff that itís not making a huge difference
in terms of numbers and our audience is absolutely finding
Matt McGuinness: Yes.
Tim Holquinn: Well thank you Gabrielle and Matt, itís great
to hear that thatís not seen as a negative sign at all.
Thatís good to know.
Matt McGuinness: Good.
Operator: Your next question comes from the line of Leah
Baker. Your line is now open.
Leah Baker: Hi, so Iím wondering, I donít know if you can
really talk about this or not but Iím wondering how Haven
would get on the radar of a CDC doctor to begin with? How do
you end up, the (Inaudible) tries ó they protect themselves
you know pretty well whether youíre in town or not so.
Laura Mennell: Good question. Yes no it is part of the
episode. Yes, gosh, itís so weird to go back to like the
earliest, earliest thing but yes, originally it sort of
comes to Charlotteís radar through Dave right. Dave has this
room that has ó how would I explain that?
Matthew McGuinness: Dave has a Ė Dave basically is on a road
trip and in 506 and has a car accident where he gets taken
to a hospital. The hospital in North Carolina and as part of
the, his regular exam, they discover this odd wound on Dave
and what we know, but they donít know, is that that wound is
actually a trouble related wound. And the pathology of that
wound Iím sure, made Charlotteís eyes pop out of her head
when she saw under the microscope.
Laura Mennell: Exactly
Gabrielle Stanton: In 507 I mean Vince and Dave were very
concerned about these test results being out there and Vince
tried to get the sample back from the laboratory and he
thought he had succeeded but then we discover no. He did
Matthew McGuinness: Oh yes, thatís right, yes we did a whole
thing about that.
Laura Mennell: Oh thatís right.
Matthew McGuinness: So thatís how it came across, they did
everything they could to keep this sample from getting out
into the world but it got out.
Gabrielle Stanton: And we thought that that was sort of
interesting and ironic because Vince and Dave worked so hard
to keep Havenís secret from the outside world and Ö
Laura Mennell: They tried to so hard to keep it secret from
some of the residents in Haven.
Gabrielle Stanton: The residents too. Itís kind of
interesting that Dave would be the one that kind of ended up
leaking you know, this vision.
Laura Mennell: And on a side note, I love them. I just love
them, theyíre so quirky and so great but anyways sorry.
Leah Baker: I was just wondering if there was anybody that
you ó your character, would like your character to like have
more scenes with I donít know. I know Adam is keeping you
you know, occupied in an attempt to keep you occupied from
other things but is there anybody else on the cast that
youíd really like to work with?
Laura Mennell: Yes. You know I was lucky enough and youíll
see throughout you know five and six, seasons five and six
that I really worked with everybody quite extensively. I
mean Charlotte becomes a really important character and has
a really strong connection to everybody for very specific
I guess if anyone, I could have worked with a little bit
more, it would maybe be Ericís character Duke. I mean I did
get to work with him and heís obviously great to work with,
a lot of fun. But maybe I would have liked to work with him
just a touch more. But other than that Iím ó yes I was
definitely in there and Iíve been lucky enough to work with
each and every one of them who are all wonderful and special
in their own way. So itís been great.
Leah Baker: Thatís great. Well thank you for talking to us.
Iím so glad to see you back on Sci Fi.
Laura Mennell: Oh yay, thank you. Nice to talk to you as
Operator: Your next question comes from the line of Jamie
Steinberg. Your line is now open.
Jamie Steinberg: Hi Laura, itís such a pleasure to get to
talk with you again.
Laura Mennell: Yay itís lovely to talk to you too, nice to
hear your voice.
Jamie Steinberg: You too. I was wondering how was your
character originally described to you.
Laura Mennell: How was she originally described? Letís see.
She was originally supposed to be ó well I donít know if
sheís really changed that ó well she changes throughout the
season but, she was originally described to me as this very
intelligent, inquisitive, worldly women and I donít think
thatís really changed. I mean she starts off in the
beginning as being this very passionate and dedicated women
to her job and I love that sheís just so focused on her job
in the beginning as the CDC doctor, epidemiologist. And
sheís just ó I donít know I think I had a lot of fun with
her specifically because sheís not just that women. Sheís
also very engaging and sweet and warm particularly with
Dwight and youíll get to see multiple sides with her.
But I mean the fun part is, and this was part of ó this was
a bit of a surprise to me I guess, is that she has a little
bit of a mystery to her which I didnít necessarily know
about coming into it all and itíll take a little while to
sort of discover what her true motives are you know as they
unravel which is the fun part. I mean thatís what I really
love. Thereís definitely some really great reveals with her
and that was something I didnít necessarily expect coming
into the show.
Matthew McGuinness: Laura, thatís really fun for Gab and I
here because I forget
Laura Mennell: Good Ö
Matthew McGuinness: No but itís really fun for us to hear
because I forget that you know, now thereís been a fair
amount of water over the bridge or under the dam or whatever
the saying is and we all know so much but I forget when we
first talked to you about this character, we did not reveal
Laura Mennell: No, you did not Ö
Matthew McGuinness: Ö Because we did not want you to Ö
Laura Mennell: At all Ö
Matthew McGuinness: Ö We didnít want you to know. Thatís
really funny I had fun about that.
Gabrielle Stanton: I actually remember the call when we
talked to Laura (inaudible).
Laura Mennell: Yes. We had a specific call. Actually, there
were two. There was one where you were not going to tell me
anything and you had like a secret little oh, weíre going to
go on mute for you for just a little bit weíre just going to
go away and then you wouldnít reveal whatever it was. And
then it was like the week later when you revealed something
to me which we wonít talk about and it kind of blew my mind.
Thatís all Iíll say.
Gabrielle Stanton: Which makes us super happy because if
even the actors donít see it coming then we are doing our
Laura Mennell: Yes, I think the audience will be in for a
bit of a shocker and a lot of fun so.
Jamie Steinberg: What can you (inaudible) were some of your
most memorable moments youíve had from filming Haven?
Laura Mennell: Most memorable moments. I think just working
with absolutely everyone. And everyone is super sweet and
there would be a lot of fun to be had on the weekends with
everyone and also working with Adam which was really great.
Just like fun quirky little moments. Like, just little
things, like I remember being in this one scene with Emily
and Richard and itís supposed of us and it was this cute
little scene and Richard had something to say, I canít
remember what it was but, it was like this specific word and
it was a difficult word for him to say and it was a
difficult word for him to remember and he came in like at
the end of the scene and at first it was just me and Emily
and I know it was ó I probably even shouldnít be saying this
but it was just so cute. And I mean this in he was so
endearing in that moment. But, I didnít know what it was and
Emily and I were doing the scene and it was super serious
and then she was just starting to giggle just a little bit.
And it was like what is she doing? And this is my coverage,
why is she giggling on my coverage? And then I started to
giggle because I realized what it was and it was cute little
Richard in like the corner, like he didnít even know he was
doing it, but he was repeating this one little word like
just under his breath, and I donít think he knew he was
saying it and it was just so freaking cute. Just stuff like
that and then we just all kind of laughed about it.
I donít know if he knew that we knew what he was doing but
it was just so cute Ďcause he is just such a wonderful man.
Matthew McGuinness: Do you remember the word Ė do you
remember the word?
Laura Mennell: I canít even remember the word and if Emily
was here, she would probably remember the word because she
couldnít stop saying it to me later on after that. It was
just, it was really cute. But it was something you know,
tricky little word, that was tricky to get off the tongue
and he had no idea what he was doing, he had no idea it was
coming out of his mouth and it was just, it was kind of
Matthew McGuinness: If it was a difficult word to say,
Gabrielle wrote it.
Laura Mennell: Yes, probably. I had a few though as the
epidemiologist in town. Oh my god do you know how many like
Google searches I had to do to figure out what the heck I
was talking about with all my science talk and little Google
tutorials to do how do you take blood? And how do you do
Gabrielle Stanton: Oh in the medical - the medical thing is
always, always, bad. Itís almost as bad as the sci fi
Laura Mennell: It was educational. Iíll say that much. I
learned all sorts of weird facts which was great.
Jamie Steinberg: Well thank you guys so much for all of your
time and Laura, it was such a pleasure to speak with you
again. Iím so glad youíre on Sci Fi again.
Laura Mennell: Oh great. Nice talking to you as well.
Operator: Your next question comes from the line of Jamie
Ruby. Your line is now open.
Jamie Ruby: Hi again, so you guys sort of talk about this
thing that Laura you found out after the fact. I think some
of it maybe has been leaked and some others Iím not sure.
But is there anything you can kind of officially tease the
fans about what weíre going to find out about Charlotte.
Gabrielle Stanton: Well wait a minute I want to know what
leaked on spoilers?
Laura Mennell: Like what has leaked?
Matthew McGuinness: Careful, I donít want to know.
Laura Mennell: I donít think any of that has leaked.
Jamie Ruby: I donít know, somebody told me something about
the back of an image of a script page or something you could
see that was on twitter. I have no idea, I didnít see it so.
Matthew McGuinness: There was what ó say, we can say that
Charlotte has come to Haven ó what can we say? We can say
(Charlotteís) come to Haven as a CDC agent.
Gabrielle Stanton: But we find out that she has Ö
Matthew McGuinness: Ö The CDC has a centre there and we
think that sheís there initially, she sort of stumbled upon
the place, and sheís in a difficult position because like
people often do when they get to Haven, they begin to
question themselves. They start to wonder well hell, am I
crazy? Am I going to be able to actually go back and present
this information to anyone? What can I do with this
information? And that sort of what she wrestles with.
But then as we move forward we see her starting to gather
information that sheís not telling us sheís gathering and we
see her having data about the troubles, that sheís not
telling us that she has, and we donít know how she gets it.
And we start to speculate as to who exactly she might be
I donít know what else.
Gabrielle Stanton: Thatís good, thatís good.
Laura Mennell: Thatís a pretty good explanation.
Jamie Ruby: Thatís very good now I want to know more. All
right. And then another question, this is for the producers
though. Now that (Audrey) well one part of (Audrey) I guess
you could say is not immune to the troubles anymore and
(Nathan) cannot feel her anymore. Is that going to affect
their relationship together?
Gabrielle Stanton: I think it Ė I think itís going to stay
as, itís not really going to affect their relationship. I
mean the thing about the (Audrey) and (Nathan) relationship
is, we see it as kind of a true love, I mean you know, sheís
actually pressed him on this before and people have said to
him like well do you just love (Audrey) because sheís the
only one you can feel? And heís said no. And I think weíre
going to see over the course of this season, that thatís
true, that their love completely transcends his ability to
feel or not feel.
Jamie Ruby: OK. Great. Thank you so much.
Operator: And your final question comes from the line of Tim
Holquinn. Your line is now open. Tim Holquinn, your line is
now open. If your lineís on mute, will you please unmute
Tim Holquinn: Yes, Iím sorry it was on mute. I thought I
muted it. My couple of questions are for Laura. Knowing that
your characterís a doctor, I imagine sheís, I donít know how
much sheís on the front lines. But did your character
require a stunt double and if so, what can you tell us about
the kinds of action your character gets involved in?
Laura Mennell: Have I ever gotten a stunt double. Yes, there
was a day where I definitely had a stunt double which is
bitter sweet for me because I love to watch what they do and
I get really excited about it. But I get really excited
about it and I want to do it but I know that you know,
producers might not want me to get bruises and maybe get in
trouble and maybe accidently do bad things to myself. So I
get it. But I love stunt days, I think theyíre super fun and
super exciting and yes, I mean Charlotte will definitely get
in there a little at some length but yes. I donít know, what
was the exact question? Did I answer that question? I
answered part of it.
Tim Holquinn: Yes. Yes hopefully she doesnít get to hurt. I
would like it if she could stick around.
Laura Mennell: OK. Sheíll be around, sheíll definitely be
Tim Holquinn: You mentioned doing, needing to do some Google
searches for particular items in the scripts. I was
wondering if you did any preliminary research worth
mentioning before tackling this role.
Laura Mennell: You know with this role specifically I would
constantly be doing research yes as I said. Specifically for
all the scientific medical jargon and there was quite a bit
of it which I enjoy, I find it a lot of fun. I mean I have a
lot of weird facts from all sorts of jobs that just kind of
are random and in my head and I know Iíll definitely save
some of the ones I gained from this job. So yes, I would
constantly be you know doing Google tutorials to learn about
how to do weird things like you know, just as simple as
taking a blood sample or giving a B12 shot, or just weird
little things like that which thereís all these little
details in it all. And you know doctors and nurses are
watching, you kind of want to get it is as best as you can.
I think the main thing for this role specifically wasnít
necessarily to do other types of research to help inform me
of the character but more, I think, I had lots and lots of
talks specifically with (Gab) and Matt about sort of her
back story and how it all ties into all these little
intricate pieces of the storyline which heíll understand as
you watch the episodes, it gets very, very complicated. But
very, very interesting. So for me, it was more about sort of
getting my story straight Ďcause she has a lot going on as
character, Charlotte, she definitely does.
Tim Holquinn: Great. Cool. I look forward to seeing it. Did
you, just as a quick little extra question. Did you ever
share a laugh with Emily that you on the 4400 once played a
character named (Audrey Parker)?
Laura Mennell: You know what, oddly enough we didnít and I
donít know why I didnít bring it up with her. Because I know
fans have on twitter, but it just sort of, I guess I just
forgot about it once I got to set. But when I first got the
role, I thought Ė I thought that was funny because it did
remind me of my (Audrey Parker) role on 4400 which was a lot
of fun. Totally different than her role, completely
different. But yes, it is a Ė it is a fun little fact I use.
Tim Holquinn: OK. Thanks so much for speaking with us today.
Laura Mennell: Yes, no problem, thank you.
Operator: We do actually have a final question from the line
of Heather McLatchie. Heather, your line is now open.
Heather McLatchie: Hi, I have a question and Gabrielle and
Matt you may not be able to answer to this but Iím going to
ask. Since youíre writing now, or youíre shooting now toward
the end of what will be five and a half or as a sixth
season, are you writing it with the idea that this will be a
series finale or are you keeping it open ended with the
possibility that we may end up with a true sixth or seventh
Gabrielle Stanton: We are writing to the idea that itís
going to be a huge awesome finale and that if we do not get
another season, the fans will feel satisfied and feel like
it was a great ending to a series. But if we are fortunate
enough to be able to continue then it will be just another
one of our incredible cliffhanger seasons and it will be
able to ramp right back up for the next season.
Heather McLatchie: Cool. Thank you very much.
Operator: There are no further questions, I return the call
back to the presenters.
Brenda Lowry: Thanks everybody for joining us today. Thank
you Laura, Matt and (Gabby) and as a reminder everyone,
Haven airs 7:00 p.m. on Sci Fi on Friday. We also have
advanced screeners of 508, episodes 508 and 509 featuring
Laura available so if you are interested, please get in
touch with me.
Thank you. Have a good day.
Matt McGuinness: Thanks
Gabrielle Stanton: Thank you
Matt McGuinness: Thank you bye.
Laura Mennell: Thank you bye.
Operator: This concludes todays conference calling the phone
participants may now disconnect.
Laura Mennellís ĎDr. Erin Reidí
Mennell (Alphas, The Watchmen)
joins the cast in a recurring role playing Dr. Erin Reid, a
brilliant and beautiful epidemiologist from the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who fears the town of
Haven is on the verge of a deadly viral outbreak.
Erin Reid is a worldly scientist whose focus is
investigating the diseases that plague mankind. She's a
force to be reckoned with, as Audrey Parker (Emily Rose),
Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant) and Duke Crocker (Eric
Balfour) quickly discover. Meanwhile, Dwight Hendrickson
(Adam Copeland) works overtime to keep the troubles hidden
from Erin. But, when she unknowingly uncovers a genetic
marker found only in Troubled people, the residents of Haven
realize her discovery could lead to a scientific cure for
the Troubles that plague the town.
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