Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital

Season 1 Episode 13

Finale

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jul 15, 2004 on ABC
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Peter, Dr. Hook, Antubis and Sally Druse join forces to uncover the real answers to Kingdom Hospital's horrifying history and forever alter its future. A séance held by Sally Druse sends Dr. Hook and Peter back to the Old Kingdom. When they finally return with answers to buried secrets of the Gates Falls Mill fire, Mary's trapped spirit is freed and the future of Kingdom Hospital is altered forever. Meanwhile, when a vengeful Dr. Stegman finally catches up with the real Johnny B. Goode and Antubis, his most terrifying visions of The Old Kingdom are realized.moreless

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  • The end.

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    This was a great two part episode. Stephen King managed to round up all the stories and plots during the series to make this great final episode. Hook , Sally abnd the others hold a group sesson where they try to contact Mary, and eventually they change the past. They top the fire from ever taking place at the Mill. I thought that this was a great mini-series i loved it. They should have made more episodes. Overall i really enjoyed it the writing was excellent and finally we got to see Mr. Good. Kingdom Hosptial is prehaps my favourite mini series ever made many people did not really understand the show but i did and loved it. I will definatly miss it in the future.moreless
Bob Bruner

Bob Bruner

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Justin Callen

Justin Callen

James

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Cameron Cowles

Cameron Cowles

Sid

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Andy Geller

Andy Geller

Recap Announcer

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Bill Meilen

Bill Meilen

Dr. Egas Gottreich/Klaus Gottriech

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Ty Olsson

Ty Olsson

Danny

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  • QUOTES (8)

    • Stegman: Did you seen two feebs in pink?
      Gupta: Two fleas in pink?
      Stegman: Feebs! Feebs!
      Gupta: But… that… that's not very polite, Dr. Stegman.
      Stegman: If I wanted to know what you thought, I'd give you a rectal exam!

    • Klaus: The soul is dead letter medicine. No distempered humors, no spiritual disorders, no psycho twiddle-twaddle. Her brain is merely an organ that needs repair.

    • Brenda: (screaming at Stegman and scratching) Just a little going-away present from the pelvis-equipped moving van!

    • Stegman: Come out, Abel! Come out, Christa! Come out, Hook, and all you minions of Hook! The Keepers demand it!

    • Narrator: Welcome back to Kingdom Hospital where time has grown short. In a little over three hours, at 11:47 P.M. K.W.T., that's Kingdom Weird Time, the end will come for Kingdom Hospital...and everyone in it. Time is nature's way of of keeping everything from happening at once. Past, present and future are all illusions. Let's hope somebody in the Kingdom gets that straight before Mary rings her bell for the very last time.

    • Antubis: Good job, Dr. Hook. The next time you look at your graveyard, remember what you did here.

    • (After Antubis helps Mary escape the fire)
      Mary: Why are you helping me?
      Antubis: Because I'm your pal.
      Mary: I don't know your name. Pals should know each other's names.
      Antubis: I'm Anubis.
      Mary: Antubis?

    • Dr. Shwartzton: There's going to be an earthquake, doctor - the big one!
      Stegman: I'm the big one!

  • NOTES (4)

    • At the beginning of this episode, the song playing is Time Has Come Today by The Chamber Brothers.

    • Hagarty, the Scotsman who helped the foreman torch Gates Mills, shares his surname with the man who saw his lover Adrian Mellon killed by punks (and the ravenous clown) on the bridge in It.

    • A double dose of King: we see him on the television in Johnny B. Goode's office in a spot for a law firm...and as the man himself, finally back from dental work/jury duty/whatever. The TV spot in which he appears was originally used in Stephen King's Storm of the Century.

    • This episode ran two hours.

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