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  • Episode Guide
  • S 8 : Ep 9

    The Pike River Cull

    Aired 12/7/14

  • S 8 : Ep 8

    The Family Tree

    Aired 11/23/14

  • S 8 : Ep 7

    Walk a Mile

    Aired 11/9/14

  • S 8 : Ep 6

    Steal Away

    Aired 11/2/14

  • S 8 : Ep 5

    Endings and Beginnings

    Aired 10/26/14

  • Cast & Crew
  • Amber Marshall

    Amy Fleming

  • Michelle Morgan (I)

    Lou Fleming

  • Graham Wardle

    Ty Borden

  • Shaun Johnson

    Jack Bartlett

  • Chris Potter

    Tim Fleming

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  • show Description
  • Life is hard on the Flemings' ranch in the Alberta foothills where abused or neglected horses find refuge with a kind, hard-working family. Debts abound and the bank is about to foreclose. Can they keep the ranch running?

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  • Quotes (9)

    • Ty: So what is for breakfast? Jack: You want breakfast in bed, sleep in the kitchen.

    • Lou: Where is Mallory when we actually need her?!

    • Jack: How's he doing? Amy: Scott was right, this horse is stubborn Jack: Well, at least he's met his match Amy: Thanks...I think

    • Ty: Yep, plenty of cows down here. Jack: Shut up. Ty: As a matter of fact I think I see one now! Oh wait, that's just your horse's ass in my face.

    • Mallory: Why can't people just tell each other what they really think. Ty: That's probably a good thing. Mallory: No! It isn't! I mean these days the street are filled with lonely and depressed people who didn't say the right thing at the right time...they just keep everything to themselves. Ty: Well that's one problem you don't have. Mallory: Thank you. But think about it--how many people go through their wholes lives without telling their special someone that they love them. And then when they finally take the leap, it's too late. I don't want to ever be that person.

    • (Ty is trying to fix Jack's truck) Ty: I wish the old man would just take this heap to a mechanic, but he's so damn cheap--(gets in truck and turns it on the truck won't start) Mallory: You're flooding it. Ty: No I'm not. Mallory: Yes, you are.

    • (Talking to Jack about how he likes Lisa Stillman) Mallory: Do you like her? I mean, like her like her? Because when she was talking you were acting all funny. And if that's true, you do you should do something about it because someone your age doesn't have all the time in the world to be playing hard to get.

    • Mallory: Do you think she's pretty? Jack: She's not half bad looking. She's got nice eyes, like a husky dog. Mallory: Sweet--that's just what every girl wants to hear. Jack: Husky's have nice eyes. Mallory: So do horses but you don't go around comparing women's eyes to a horses!

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    Notes (94)

    • Music: "All Time Low" by Grady McAuliffe, "Deck The Halls" by Jenni Alpert, "Frosty Cheer" by Peter Chapman, "Forgiveness" by Don Dilego, "Farther Away" by Alexandeer Fairchild, "Jingle Bells" by Jenni Alpert, "Follow Me Down" by Ladies of the Canyon, and "Hallelujah" by K.D. Lang.

    • Original International Air Dates: US: September 18, 2010 and September 19, 2010

    • Theme Song: "Dreamer" by Jenn Grant.

    • Music: "Drive Thru With You" by Club Fungi, "Beijing Soldier" by 6ixty 8ight, "Broken Leaf" by Tangiers, and "Dynamo" by Golden Dogs.

    • Original Internation Air Dates: US: September 25, 2010 and September 26, 2010

    • This episode first repeated on June 15th, 2008, on CBC.

    • Music: "A Million Skies" by Kensington Prairie.

    • Original International Air Dates: US: October 2, 2010 and October 3, 2010

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    Trivia (1)

    • This is the 125th episode, making Heartland the longest running one-hour drama in Canadian television history.

    Allusions (2)

    • Nosy neighbour Mallory Wells waltzes into the Bartlett kitchen without invitation, complaining about her hunger. She pokes her face into their fridge, and asks: "Do you guys have any cheese?" Steve Urkel, annoying, uninvited neighbour from 'Family Matters' famously asked on several occasions while in the Winslow home: "Anybody got any cheese?"

    • Episode Title: Dancing in the Dark This is an allusion to the Bruce Springsteen song Dancing in the Dark, released in 1984.

  • Fan Reviews (55)
  • Dislikes and likes of some of the charcters in Heartland

    By ScienceFan, Dec 08, 2014

  • A Heartland obsession

    By Epic-B, Nov 24, 2014

  • Heartland is Grade is A+

    By lwcountry1, Oct 12, 2014

  • In a World FULL of Shameless TV - A Terrific Wholesome Family Show

    By lovinlife2004, Aug 19, 2014

  • Heartland has my heart

    By Bennerbrenda, Jul 26, 2014

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