Good vs Evil

Season 1 Episode 7

To Be Or Not to Be Evil

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Aired Unknown Aug 29, 1999 on Syfy
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To Be Or Not to Be Evil
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While watching TV Henry and Chandler spot the same actor on every channel. They deduce that he must have signed a Faustian deal to be on so often. Decker and Ford agree that this is a possibility and decide that the two of them should go undercover to try and penetrate the Morlock underworld in Hollywood. Henry becomes enamoured by the whole actor's lifestyle and becomes caught up in the irresistible glamour of celebrity. Soon he is signing a Faustian deal himself and Chandler has to find a way to make him renounce it.moreless

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      • The show makers seem to be big fans of Theresa Russell. Not only do they say that the thinly disguised "Reesa Tussel" is "only the most incredible actress of her generation", but they hire the real Theresa Russell to play her. Henry also refers enthusiastically to Ressa's performance in White Widow, Theresa played the title character in Black Widow.

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        The episode movies I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did Last Winter and I Yet Again Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did Last Winter IV (and "V") -- complete with movie poster -- refer to the successful movie franchise begun by I Know What You Did Last Summer.
        Later in the episode, "Todd Charleston," the movie producer, is revealed to also be creator of Dunbar's Lake (a thinly-veiled Dawson's Creek). "Todd Charleston" is then a reference to Kevin Williamson, creator of Dawson's Creek and writer of I Know What You Did Last Summer.

      • Rap Music Video
        Contains a couple of allusions - the rapper name, "Poopy Dog Pud" is a riff on "Snoop Doggy Dog", and the director name, "A. Smithee" is a reference to the mythical "worst director ever", a pseudonym used by directors who want to take their name off a picture.

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