Jeremiah

Season 2 Episode 6

The Mysterious Mister Smith

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Aired Friday 10:45 PM Nov 07, 2003 on Showtime
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While Kurdy tries to unravel the mysteries that surround Mister Smith, Jeremiah has a "High Noon" encounter with the citizens of Milhaven when some of Daniel's disciples storm into town.

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    Emmanuel Belliveau

    Emmanuel Belliveau

    Norader Guy

    Guest Star

    Derek Hamilton

    Derek Hamilton

    Charles

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Copping

    Jennifer Copping

    Leah

    Guest Star

    Peter Stebbings

    Peter Stebbings

    Markus Alexander

    Recurring Role

    Michael Teigen

    Michael Teigen

    Frank

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • While Kurdy has Mister Smith against a tree a lock from his hair moves in front of his face without a move of his head large enough to cause this.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Smith: There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who survive history and those who make it. You, Kurdy, are one of the latter.
        Kurdy: You know you're out of your mind, right?
        Smith: Doesn't change the facts. That's why God sent me to find you. You're gonna make history, Kurdy. You've already started. And I'm gonna be there to make sure that that history gets preserved for future generations. I'm like your scribe, dude.
        Kurdy: Heh. I don't think I ever had a scribe before.
        Smith: Well, there you go.
        Kurdy: There some kind of hat that goes with that?
        Smith: Yeah. It's in my other bag.

      • Kurdy: There's no explanation to cover what I just saw.
        Mister Smith: Then you got nothing to lose by listening, and I got something to gain.
        Kurdy: What?
        Mister Smith: My teeth, I'm kinda attached to them.

    • NOTES (1)

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