Eerie, Indiana

Season 1 Episode 14

Mr. Chaney

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Mar 08, 1992 on NBC
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Marshall is chosen to be the Eerie "Harvest King" and must go face the Eerie wolf in the forest. Trouble is, none of the previous harvest kings have ever returned.

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    Stephen Root

    Stephen Root

    Mr. Chaney

    Guest Star

    Annie O'Donnell

    Annie O'Donnell

    Mother

    Guest Star

    Gregory Itzin

    Gregory Itzin

    The Mayor

    Guest Star

    John Astin

    John Astin

    Radford

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Mayor: You're dreaming, kid. This town-heck, (laughs) this whole country-has a long tradition of looking the other way. The Warren Commission, Watergate, Iran-Contra, the October Surprise, Eerie's Harvest King. People don't want to know about this stuff, 'cause if they know about it they might have to do something about it. So, wake up and smell the coffee, kiddo. You're on your own.

      • Radford: Let's go bag a werewolf! When that's done I'm taking aim of this Warren Commission thing.

      • Marshall: It's you!
        Dash X: Well it ain't the Log Lady.

      • Marshall: I wanted to see the mysterious Eerie wolf, but I also wanted to see tomorrow.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Radford: They're showing The Howling on cable tonight.

        The Howling (1981) is a horror movie about a werewolf directed by Joe Dante, who also directed five episodes of Eerie, Indiana.

      • Title: Mr. Chaney

        The title is referring to a character in the episode that is a werewolf. This is a possible reference to Lon Chaney Jr. who played the werewolf in The Wolf Man (1941).

      • Log Lady: A character in the quirky 1990 TV series Twin Peaks.

      • Warren Commission: A commission formed by President Lyndon Johnson to investigate the circumstances surrounding the assasination of President John F. Kennedy.

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