Witchblade

Hierophant

Season 2, Ep 8, Aired 7/22/02
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  • Episode Description
  • A killer known only as V tries to take over New York's organized crime syndicates, causing mayhem. But when the evidence gathered at the crime scenes includes the fingerprints of Sara's long-dead father, Sara must trust the Witchblade's powers to overcome her emotions and wage war with the greatest evil she has ever faced.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Anthony Cistaro

    Kenneth Irons

  • John Hensley

    Gabriel Bowman

  • Yancy Butler

    Sara Pezzini

  • David Chokachi

    Jake McCartey

  • Will Yun Lee

    Danny Woo

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Gallo: I work my way up from soldier to capo and now I'm taking orders from a guy who's like Mussolini on meth! What a nightmare!

    • Danny: (when a pimp tries to ask for help against V) Sounds like it's getting tough to make a dishonest living.

    • Gallo: (to the bodyguards Sara just beat up) She's not going to hurt me guys, and even if she was, what would you do about it?

    Notes (1)

    • Featured Songs:
      "Child O' Mine" - Roger Daltrey
      "I've Seen All Good People" - Yes
      "Who Are You" - The Who
      "Digging in the Dirt" - Peter Gabriel
      "Embryonic Journey" - Jefferson Airplane

    Trivia (3)

    • Trivia: It's interesting that Sara's father is missing his right hand in death, as is Kenneth Irons.

    • Lazar Sighting Lazar is outside looking through the window of the coffee shop when Sara tells Jake and Danny she saw her father at the docks.

    • Trivia: At the docks, there's a business crest that has a P and Z on either side of a trident, and an M underneath. PZ could be "Pez", a clue to V's identity.

    Allusions (1)

    • The Enochian Tablets The Enochian Tablets are said to be connected to the Biblical patriarch Enoch, and the lost language of the Angels. In 1581 two Englishmen discovered the secrets of the tablets, and are now located in the British Royal Museum. They are said to be magical, in the Hermetic tradition and the Qabalah.

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