The Dead Zone

Season 1 Episode 10

Here There Be Monsters

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 18, 2002 on USA
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Johnny and Bruce drive into the small town of Hobb's Landing where Johnny gets a vision of himself being burned at the stake. He goes to the police and has a vision of the murder of a local girl. The police hold him on charges of witchcraft and he is sent to trial.moreless

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    Benjamin Ratner

    Benjamin Ratner

    Gabriel Barnes

    Guest Star

    Michael David Simms

    Michael David Simms

    Doug Martin

    Guest Star

    Tim Henry

    Tim Henry

    Sheriff Danforth

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    David Ogden Stiers

    David Ogden Stiers

    Rev. Gene Purdy

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    Kristen Dalton

    Kristen Dalton

    Dana Bright

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the beginning, the female police officer accused Johnny of the murders of all those women. But she should have known that Johnny was in a coma during the time that most of the murders had occured. At least the article should have mentioned it, if it was talking about his powers.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Dana Bright: Johnny Smith. You had to go and piss off Mayberry.
        Referencing the home town of Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith) in the TV series The Andy Griffith Show and its spinoff, Mayberry R.F.D.. The show, with its portrayal of a small peaceful town with little crime or violence, has become synonymous with small-town America.

      • Title:
        "Here There Be Monsters" is a common phrase that has been used in different forms of writing and in conversations with other people as a way of captivating, warning, or joking with someone. This phrase means that there is something sinister lurking where one is located or heading to. Similar to the earlier sentence, it could also mean literally or figuratively that some form of monstrosity is near a person whether it is dangerous or playful. It would be later used the following year as quote in the blockbuster movie, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003). It was a phrase that came into common use during early mapmaking, hence the mention in Pirates of the Caribbean. It was used as an umbrella term for uncharted waters, places that were notoriously stormy, or places where strange creatures or phenomena, even things that were as well-known today as whales and phosphorescent algae, had been spotted or rumored.

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