Spirited

Season 1 Episode 4

I Remember Nothing

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Sep 15, 2010 on W.
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Henry and Suzy are surprised to find that the messages they posted online have resulted in a deluge of Henry Mallet fans camping outside The Elysian. Henry's interest is piqued by a suspicious man, who seems to know a great deal about Henry's life. Zac Hannigan's appearance and insights are not welcomed by the ghostly rock star when he begins to feel threatened by Zac's presence in Suzy's life.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Ashleigh Ross

    Ashleigh Ross

    Okinawa

    Guest Star

    Charlie Rose MacLennan

    Charlie Rose MacLennan

    Cherry

    Guest Star

    Elyssa Saville

    Elyssa Saville

    Janika

    Guest Star

    Elan Zavelsky

    Elan Zavelsky

    Juan

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Garber

    Charlie Garber

    Adam Two

    Recurring Role

    Angus Sampson

    Angus Sampson

    Zac Hannigan

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • We learn that Suzy is 36 years old (as of 2010) as she states that in 1982, when Henry fleed to Australia, she was 8 years old. This also means that she was 21 when she married Steve.

      • In this episode it is revealed that Henry Mallet was heavily influenced by Elvis Presley, when Zac Hannigan questions Suzy about her relationship with Henry.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Henry: You know what? I think I liked you better before, when you were high.
        Suzy: I liked you better when I was high too.

      • Suzy: It was you. When I was eight a strange old drunk guy gave this to me on a ferry. Who seemed old then, but now when I think about it, he looked...
        Henry: Like me. Charlotte gave it to me. And I gave it to you. 

      • Zac: I spent the last fifteen years researching a biography. He did so many drugs; I probably know more about his life than he did.
        Henry: I did do a lot of drugs.

      • Henry: Well look at this bloke, he could be anything couldn't he? He could be a threat...to kids.
        Suzy: He's the only genuine one out of all of them.
        Henry: Depends what you mean by genuine, though.
        Suzy: He's a professional.
        Henry: He's a shit digger, Suz. Look at his face.

      • Jonquil: I'm just saying, I don't think he should be spending that much time in his room. I don't think it's healthy.
        Henry: Zac Hannigan.
        Suzy: Oh, this is cosy.
        Henry: Yeah, just hanging with m' ladies.

      • Suzy: And sorry about the commotion before, I think they're junkies.
        Henry: Because they didn't pre-make their snacks.

      • Henry: Who are you to tell me? Who are you to know? The mad are only mad until they're normal somewhere else.

      • Suzy: I am trying to help Verity make friends but these girls are pure evil.
        Henry: I can't help you, Suzy, alright? I'm not their old man.
        Suzy: Righteo Captain Thunder-Cloud.
        Henry: Jesus Christ. Give it a rest, will ya? Why don't you ask your new friend to help ya, hey?
        Suzy: Wow, you're dead and you're still mean.

      • Suzy: We could go for a drink.
        Adam One: Sure. Sorry, just to clarify, I was never really into the 'being with a woman' thing.
        Suzy: No, that's okay. No, neither was I.

      • Suzy: Hey V-V, I was thinking it would be fun if we invite some of your friends for a sleep over.
        Verity: Can we have a cooking competition?
        Suzy: Good idea, I'll get some recipes.
        Verity: I can make the invitations!
        Henry: I'll make the hats!

    • NOTES (1)

      • Music:
        "Western Front" by Bridezilla
        "Come Said The Boy" by Mondo Rock [performed by Rodger Corser]
        "Wandsworth USA" by The Nerve
        "Fire On Your Feet" by Pop Levi
        "Coco" by Powersolo
        "Transmitter" by Regular John
        "Lavender Blue" a tradition English folk song [performed by Matt King]

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of this episode, I Remember Nothing is an allusion to the song of the same name by Joy Division. The song was recorded between 1977-1980 for the album 'Heart and Soul,' which was released in 1997.

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