Season 2 Episode 13

Silent Night

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 06, 2011 on Syfy
out of 10
User Rating
102 votes

By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

Audrey is the only one who realizes that there are Christmas decorations in July that no one else finds unusual. The out-of-season decorations are only a prelude to the bizarre bisection of a surfer and a series of escalating disappearances of people who no one can remember except Audrey.


Who was the Episode MVP ?

No results found.
No results found.
No results found.
  • Its only in Haven

    Havenb celebrate christmas in July, comedy all over. Duke as Santa hahaha, and only Audrey makes sense. One of the funniest episodes ever.
  • Good show as usual, but desperately needed more details

    Haven is always good, but this episode desperately needed a few more details.

    For example, the series writers should have had Parker go to a calendar and point to is as proof that it was July, not Christmas Eve.

    She could then be surprised that the calendar read "December

    That's one possibility. Many others come to mind.

    This was a story-telling defect so obvious it is inexcusable. Therefore, only 7 out of 10.moreless
  • Silent Night

    Odd that they aired an episode 3 months after the season ended, but I am glad we got some Haven here tonight. Not a bad episode, but let's be honest, they did not do a good job of explaining how this phenomenon took place, and I doubt they had a way to do so. While it was an intriguing supernatural event, not one of the smartest or the best that this show has done.moreless
  • Silent Night

    Silent Night was a superb and entertaining Christmas themed episode of Haven. I really enjoyed watching this episode because it had a really good story, good acting, along with some surprises. It was fun to watch Audrey figure out what was going on. I liked the idea of Haven becoming a Snow Globe and the special effects showing this were pretty amazing. This was a fun holiday story Haven style. I look forward to more episodes of Haven!!!!!!!moreless
  • Snow Globe!

    That was pretty cool.

    The poor girl's fear of being abandoned by everybody triggered her trouble and the town is affected.

    Even when we don't really know when exactly this episode takes place in the season, I liked the whole Audrey/Nathan dynamic (blame me, I am a shipper). The whole "do you trust your partner" was really nice and in the end, who knows, maybe Audrey needed this so she had good things to say about Christmas and learn how important her friends, her only friends are.

    I couldn't stop laughing with Duke's scenes. His lines were the best. The whole episode had a light tone (except for the gross opening scene), but it was fun, it was entertaining and it was what we all fans expected... one more episode before the long wait.moreless
Niamh Wilson

Niamh Wilson

Hadley Chambers

Guest Star

Craig Eldridge

Craig Eldridge

Gordon Chambers

Guest Star

Simon Henderson (II)

Simon Henderson (II)

Joe Underhill

Guest Star

Richard Donat

Richard Donat

Vince Teagues

Recurring Role

John Dunsworth

John Dunsworth

David Teagues

Recurring Role

Glenn Lefchak

Glenn Lefchak

Stan the Cop

Recurring Role

Featured Episode Clip

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Duke: (dressed as Santa, hitting on women) Merry Christmas. You know, I'm flexible this year--naughty or nice.

    • Nathan: Did someone else disappear?
      Audrey: Duke--you know, our friend? He's got a mustache, a goatee, he wears a lot of jewelry, makes all these jokes, only looks out for himself.
      Nathan: I'm friends with that guy?

    • Duke: Um, Audrey? Maybe when you get here, maybe you can explain why I'm in a Santa costume. I'm--I'm having one of those Haven moments.

    • Nathan: Tell us what happened today.
      Audrey: Today I was reminded how important friends really are... and how lucky we are to be here.

    • Vince: Well, that's the end of our story.
      David: Correction. That's the end of this story. There's an awful lot more to tell.
      Vince: Not that we're telling. Another secret to keep in Haven.

  • NOTES (5)

    • Music: Uptown Music (Fredalba), I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (written by Tommy Connor, performed by Sweet Talk Radio), Blue Christmas (written by Billy Hayes & Jay Johnson, performed by Jerry Stamp)

    • The episode ends with a "In loving memory" to Regan Peacock Fung, wife of the series' supervising sound editor Allan Fung.

    • Injoke: The movie advertised on the theater marquee is The Bark Tower, a reference to series creator Stephen King's seven-novel opus, The Dark Tower.

    • Injoke: The writers use the same idea of a town being included in a near-transparent dome as is found in series creator Stephen King's novel Under the Dome.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: December 11, 2011 on Showcase
      Latin America: December 19, 2011 on SyFy LA
      Czech Republic: March 2, 2012 on Universal Channel
      Finland: November 28, 2013 on YLE TV2


    • Audrey: You think, Dr. Phil?
      Referencing the TV advice and counseling expert Phil McGraw, a former psychologist, who has his own syndicated TV series and counsels people on a wide array of personal problems.