Storm of the Century

Season 1 Episode 1

Linoge

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Aired Unknown Feb 14, 1999 on ABC
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We meet Michael Anderson, a local constable who responds to the murder of an elderly women named Martha Clarendon. A stranger named Andre Linoge is found at the scene and arrested.
This is all happening while the island of Little Tall is about to be hit by the "Storm of the Century."moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Michael Anderson is a deacon. In the third scene of the movie Rev. Riggins says, "Don't forget about supper next Wednesday-week. I'm going to need every deacon I can lay my hands on."

    • QUOTES (5)

      • TV Reporter: The forecast calls for destruction tonight, death tomorrow and Armageddon by the weekend. This could be the end of life as we know it.
        Linoge: Seems unlikely, but we can always hope.

      • Ralphie: (looking at handcuffs) Why are you wearing those?
        Linoge: Because I choose to.

      • Linoge: Give me what I want and I'll go away.

      • Michael: The first person on Little Tall to see Andre Linoge was Martha Clarendon. He was also the last person she ever saw.

      • Michael: My name is Michael Anderson, and I'm not what you'd call a Rhodes scholar. I don't have much in the way of philosophy, either, but I know one thing: in this world, you have to pay as you go. Sometimes all you have. That's a lesson I thought I learned nine years ago, during what folks in these parts call the Storm of the Century. But I was wrong. I only started learning during the Big Blow. I finished just last week.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Michael: I'm not what you'd call a Rhodes scholar.

        A Rhodes scholarship is awarded annually for study at Oxford University by students from certain Commonwealth countries, South Africa, the U.S., and Germany.

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