Season 1 Episode 10

Saint Debbie

Aired Unknown Dec 05, 2003 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Saint Debbie
SQ are called to investigate when a woman seems to be miraculously healed after a diner robbery where her neck was sliced. Keel begins to fall for her, but Paul suspects she's lying, and he and Evelyn soon discover "Saint Debbie"'s secret. But they soon discover that there are such things as small miracles.moreless

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  • Disappointing, compared to the others.

    This episode was a little disappointing. The thought of a girl immune to all dangers sounds exciting, and you think that Debbie really has special powers and cannot be hurt, until you learn the truth. If the writers had provided some other explanation instead of the one that they did, I probably would have liked it better. The good part was that the episode focused more on Keel’s character than Paul’s for a change. We get to learn a little about his past, and it was good to see him getting serious with Debbie. The ending was exciting, but apart from that, this episode was a little boring. Andrea Roth played well as Debbie. So in conclusion, I didn’t find this episode as good as the others, and unless you like Keel, you can probably skip this episode.moreless

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    • Paul: I'm not a one-boxer. You can live your life that way, but I can't. I have to have a "good" box and things that I put into that box have to be real, or else what's the point.
      Alva: What about the other box, the box of evil, of hatred, of anger, of pain?
      Paul: That one seems to fill up on its own.

    • Paul: (talking about Alva) He's like James Bond and Tarzan rolled into one.

    • Mayor: Three Springs actually has its very own parking problem. I think it's terrific.
      Eveyln: Terrific for business, in other words.
      Mayor: No, those exact words.

    • Alva: I don't see the point of assigning moral distinctions to phenomena that mankind doesn't fully understand. I'm sure that the priests of Neanderthal culture preached that lightning was evil. Well, now we know better.
      Poppy: Not if it hits you!
      Alva: Well, now you've struck upon my concern. Not whether a phenomena is good or bad, but rather how close is it getting to us.
      Poppy: (laughs)…back in my college days we called guys like you "one boxers". Good, Bad, God, Devil…all in one box...it's all just information…

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