Season 3 Episode 9


Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 16, 2012 on Syfy
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Episode Summary


One of the Troubled sends Duke back in time to Haven in the 1950s and Audrey and Nathan must rescue their friend before he changes the past... and eliminates their present. When Nathan gets sent back as well, Audrey finds herself trapped in a new reality where Reverend Driscoll's men control the town and hunt the Troubled.


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  • Sarah

    Sarah was a well-done flashback episode that finally gave us a glimpse into what the lives of our characters once were, and how they finally appear to have some semblance off a plan regarding the future direction of the series.

    There were some jokes, there was a shootout, but from start to finish it was an entertaining episode above all else.
  • Sarah

    Sarah was a perfect episode of Haven and I really enjoyed watching because they did time travel in the most appealing and logical way. I liked the story lines and character development. It was awesome to see Haven in the past full of Veterans, Hot Women, and Hot Wheels. I liked the way the past and present tied into each other and how relativity worked. It was interesting to see Duke and Nathan interact with Sarah. I liked how every thing played out and I think this episode may or may not give a clue to the father of The Colorado Kid. I liked the ending, which was shocking and revealing, and I look forward to watching what happens next! This episode definitely makes me want more and marks a major success for the show!!!!!!!!!moreless
  • A glitch in the space/time continuum

    This was another great episode of Haven as well as a good scifi plot line. While investigating more oddities Duke gets zapped back to 1955 by a troubled old man. He is immediately thrown into a conundrum that affects the future where we see Audrey and Nathan and a changed Haven due to Duke's time travel. Only Audrey realizes that things have changed and while investigating it further Nathan is zapped back to 1955 as well. From there he and Duke need to resolve the incident of Duke's grandfather being killed on that day. They figure out what needs to be done and in the process meet up with Sarah, the two generation older version of Audrey. Figuring out how to correct the past carries the story as well as the changes in the future that Audrey is experiencing. Just a great episode with a great plot. With episodes like this I can only look forward to season 4 since Haven has been renewed.moreless
Nicholas Campbell

Nicholas Campbell

Police Chief Wournos

Guest Star

George R. Robertson

George R. Robertson

Stuart Mosley

Guest Star

Geordie Brown

Geordie Brown


Guest Star

Maurice Dean Wint

Maurice Dean Wint

Agent Howard

Recurring Role

Bree Williamson

Bree Williamson

Claire Callahan

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Duke: What year is this?
      Haven Man: It's 1955. It's the year you should think about sobering up.
      Duke: Right. Actually I think it's the year I start drinking. A lot.

    • Duke: I want to thank you for bailing me out. I thought I was going to be in there until The Beatles.
      Roy: The who?
      Duke: Them too.

    • Nathan: Great. And if he was supposed to die, you've screwed up the natural order of things. Now, even if we get home, it is a completely different Haven.
      Duke: The Gull could be a frozen yogurt shop and I could be a total douche?
      Nathan: Or it's a completely different Haven.
      Duke: That was good.

  • NOTES (4)

    • Injoke: Roy's first name is a nod to Roy Depape, a character in King's The Dark Tower series.

    • Music: With Each Step (The Trickles), Ain't That a Shame (John Mullane and the Havens, written by David Bartholomew and Antoine Domino), Lovin' Class (The Bradley Boys), You Can't Break a Broken Heart (Johnny Davis), Just We Two (The Ramblers)

    • The episode was partly filmed on location at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: November 23, 2012 on Showcase
      Latin America: November 26, 2012 on Syfy LA
      UK: November 27, 2012 on Syfy
      Australia: November 29, 2012 on 13th Street Universal


    • Audrey: Now, let's find Stuart so he can bring Duke back before he breaks more butterfly wings.
      As a concept relating to time travel, fantasy and SF author Ray Bradbury originated this in his 1952 short story, "A Sound of Thunder." The term has its origins in chaos theory. Bradbury uses it to describe an alteration in the past where a single small event unwittingly caused by a time traveler (in this case, the death of a butterfly), generates widespread ripples affecting the future in an unforeseen manner.