Under the Dome (2013–2015)
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The Endless Thirst 

After Julia and Dodee speculate that the source of the radio signal jam could be the answer to the dome's origin, they are led to Joe and Norrie. Meanwhile, Angie seeks help after escaping from Junior.


Kari Skogland


Brian K. Vaughan (developed by), Stephen King (based on the book by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Vogel ... Dale 'Barbie' Barbara
Rachelle Lefevre ... Julia Shumway
Natalie Martinez ... Linda Esquivel
Britt Robertson ... Angie McAlister
Alexander Koch ... James 'Junior' Rennie
Colin Ford ... Joe McAlister
Nicholas Strong ... Phil Bushey
Jolene Purdy ... Dodee Weaver
Aisha Hinds ... Carolyn Hill
Dean Norris ... James 'Big Jim' Rennie
Samantha Mathis ... Dr. Alice Calvert
Mackenzie Lintz ... Norrie Calvert-Hill
Beth Broderick ... Rose Twitchell
Dale Raoul ... Andrea Grinnell
Leon Rippy ... Ollie Dinsmore


The residents of Chester's Mills face a new crisis when the town's water tower is damaged and the lake is found to be polluted. Big Jim knows where water can be found but it's going to cost him dearly. As the townsfolk learn of the shortage, panic sets in and riots erupt. Angie manages to get away from Junior and makes her way to Rose's restaurant. In the middle of the riot however, it's up to Barbie to rescue her from the town bully. Norrie is determined to find her sick mother a supply of insulin. While she and and Joe are out searching, Julia and Doddee are trying to pinpoint a strange power source - and realize it's coming from Norrie and Joe. Written by garykmcd

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Release Date:

29 July 2013 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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(36:30 mark) When Julia drives up on Barbie walking in the pouring rain, she hugs him and the back of his hair is not even wet. The angle changes, and when it goes back his hair is now wet. See more »


James 'Big Jim' Rennie: You got a well, and the people of Chester's Mill could really use your help.
Ollie Dinsmore: What's in it for me?
James 'Big Jim' Rennie: How about a sense of civic pride?
Ollie Dinsmore: That's typical. You always take me for granted, Jim. All us farmers. Till now.
James 'Big Jim' Rennie: You still sore the town council took Kip Lester's side on that fence dispute?
Ollie Dinsmore: That so-called "fence dispute" lost me seven acres of my farm.
James 'Big Jim' Rennie: That was 15 years ago, Ollie.
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A Bump in the Road
2 August 2013 | by taylorjsmith27See all my reviews

Against my best judgment, I am a fan of this show. It is entertaining and fun enough of a watch. On this particular episode though, the writing hit a very low point. I felt like I was watching a made Lifetime movie that wasn't good enough to make it on Lifetime. I am really hoping that the writers get rid of the two mothers. I have nothing against them having a gay couple on the show. I have a lot against them having two of the worst characters that drag down the show immensely, every time they open their mouths or even enter a scene. I hope this episode is just a bump in the road for an otherwise entertaining, albeit silly, show.

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