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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 13

    Someone Wicked This Way Comes


  • S 1 : Ep 12

    She Stoops to Conquer


  • S 1 : Ep 11

    Payback's a Bitch

    Aired 12/18/00

  • S 1 : Ep 10

    Angels with Dirty Minds

    Aired 12/11/00

  • S 1 : Ep 9

    Secrets and Thighs

    Aired 12/4/00

  • Cast & Crew
  • Casper Van Dien

    Chandler Williams

  • Jason Winston George

    Scott Littleton (episodes 1-3, 5-12)

  • Lourdes Benedicto

    Samantha Sanchez

  • Jack Wagner

    Jack Williams (episodes 6-13)

  • Josie Davis

    Laurie Willliams

  • show Description
  • This short-lived prime-time soap from Aaron Spelling focused on the travails of the wealthy but extremely dysfunctional Williams family, which runs a successful aviation company. Fighter pilot Chandler Williams meets a mysterious woman named Heather while on leave in Hawaii, and the two begin a passionate affair. They plan a life together, but Heather suddenly vanishes. Chandler returns home months later and is stunned when his father, Richard, introduces him to his new fiancĂ©e...Heather! She claims to love Richard, but constantly makes her feelings for Chandler known. She also drops another bombshell on him just as he is about to walk her down the aisle. Meanwhile, Heather feels threatened by the close friendship that Richard maintains with his ex-wife, Gwen. Chandler's brother, Peter, is determined to expose Heather's schemes. He also tries to make a play for Richard's assistant, Samantha Sanchez, but she only has eyes for Chandler. Laurie, the eldest Williams daughter, tries to keep her fragile sister Jenny from falling apart as she battles addictions to alcohol and no-good men. The two both find themselves attracted to David, an Australian hired by Richard to help run their night club. Richard's brother, Jack, soon arrives; and he and Gwen try to deny their mutual attraction. Gwen also opens her home to her teenage nephew, Ethan, after his father abandons him, but finds that he is difficult to handle. Some information on the final two episodes is from the Original Titans Website. NBC Broadcast History October 2000 - November 2000: Wednesdays 8:00 PM December 2000: Mondays 8:00 PMmoreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (69)

    • Jenny: Oh don't tell me... Billy's sister. Monica: No, actually I'm his wife!

    • Heather: Let me guess, you subscribe to the old is better theory. Gwen: No, more like the good taste never goes out of style theory.

    • Heather: Care to join me? Peter: No thanks. I don't swim with sharks.

    • Peter: I brought you a new subordinate to torture. Chandler Williams, boss's other son, so you better be on your best beahvior. Scott: Navy man. I can smell it all over him. Chandler: I'm picking up a foul army stench. Peter: And all I'm getting is way too much testosterone. You two have a lovely day getting acquainted.

    • Samantha: (to Chandler) Hey sailor, you gonna ask me to dance or do I have to do everything around here?

    • Peter: I've hit a nerve. Heather: You dance like a schoolboy.

    • Peter: Mother, I thought you were going to do something. You implied you'd help. Gwen: First of all, watch your tone of voice. Second of all, when you lose, which you just did, try to lose with dignity and at least a modicum of grace. At the moment you're embarrassing me.

    • Chandler: It's like the roads in Italy. All conversations lead to Heather.

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    Notes (15)

    • In the original pilot, Samantha was played by Priscilla Garita.

    • The theme song is "6 Underground" by Sneaker Pimps.

    • Ingo Rademacher joins the cast as David O'Connor.

    • The show has a new theme song, composed by Joseph Stanley Williams and Amye Williams.

    • Kevin Zegers joins the cast as Ethan Benchley.

    • Jason Winston George does not appear in this episode and is not included in the opening credits.

    • Final regular appearance by Perry King.

    • After this episode, NBC announced that Titans would move to Mondays at 8, beginning December 4.

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    Allusions (1)

    • Episode Title: Something Wicca This Way Comes This is a reference to the Ray Bradbury novel "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and the 1983 movie "Something Wicked This Way Comes". It also refers to a couplet in the William Shakespeare play "Macbeth": "By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes."

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Wasn't even given a chance to spend it's wings

    By Ephramsgurl, Nov 05, 2005

  • I loved this show!

    By cjfanforever, Sep 10, 2005