Happy Town

In This Home on Ice

Season 1, Ep 1, Aired 4/28/10
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  • Episode Description
  • Henley Boone arrives in seemingly idyllic Haplin to live. At the same time, a shocking murder occurs in a fishing cabin at the local pond which conjures up memories of an unknown, evil force known as the "Magic Man". Tommy Conroy, a small town deputy, may have trouble solving the crime when it becomes obvious that the residents are hiding secrets.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lauren German

    Henley Boone

  • Amy Acker

    Rachel Conroy

  • Sarah Gadon

    Georgia Bravin

  • Jay Paulson

    Eli "Root Beer" Rogers

  • Robert Wisdom

    Roger Hobbs

  • Photos (2)
  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • What lies beneath the ice's surface?

    By MegMertz0, Apr 29, 2010

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Henley: Why do they call him the Magic Man? Merritt Grieves: He had an ability to make people disappear that bordered on the mystical.

    Notes (4)

    • Audience - 5,250,000

    • Filmed in Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada.

    • Featured Music: "Tenko and the Guardians" from the TV Cartoon "Piece of My Mind" by Josh Auer (at the Pizza Barn) "You're So Vain" revised lyrics (Andrew taunts Georgia) "Across The Sea" by Samantha Shelton (in the Pizza Barn) "Teach Your Children" by Crosby, Stills & Nash (plays over Henley's arrival at Haplin train station and again as Miranda drives Henley thru town) "Watching the Detectives" by Elvis Costello (plays over opening scene)

    • Original International Air Dates: Canada: April 28, 2010 on A

    Trivia (1)

    • The title of this episode comes from a song by - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.

    Allusions (1)

    • Henley claims to be from Snoqualmie, Washington. This is an allusion to the television series Twin Peaks. Parts of the pilot episode and the feature film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me were filmed there, and stock footage of Snoqualmie Falls and the neighboring Snoqualmie Lodge was used to represent the town's hotel The Great Northern Lodge.

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