Penny Dreadful (2014–2016)
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Ebb Tide 

Lily sends her legion of women on a gruesome mission, Vanessa makes an ominous choice, and Kaetenay's visions drive Ethan toward his destiny.


Paco Cabezas


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Reeve Carney ... Dorian Gray
Timothy Dalton ... Sir Malcolm Murray
Eva Green ... Vanessa Ives
Rory Kinnear ... John Clare
Patti LuPone ... Dr. Seward
Billie Piper ... Lily
Wes Studi ... Kaetenay
Harry Treadaway ... Dr. Victor Frankenstein
Josh Hartnett ... Ethan Chandler
Christian Camargo ... Dr. Alexander Sweet
Shazad Latif ... Dr. Henry Jekyll
Samuel Barnett ... Renfield
Jessica Barden ... Justine
Perdita Weeks ... Catriona Hartdegen
Sonya O'Donoghue ... Grieving Mother


Lily sends her legion of women on a gruesome mission, Vanessa makes an ominous choice, and Kaetenay's visions drive Ethan toward his destiny.

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror


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12 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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The ship Ethan, Sir Malcolm and Kaetenay are travelling on is the RMS Umbria. It was built in 1884 and together with her sister ship, the Etruria, it was the largest ship in service at that time. See more »


Vanessa Ives: I'm no witch. You know nothing of me.
Kaetenay: You are a great, fertile bitch of evil, and I love you for your fertility and your power. You are the woman of all our dreams and all our night terrors.
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Excellent parody on nowadays western world
13 June 2016 | by mylolaccountSee all my reviews

Thaks for this episode. In it we are shown how the feminist theme is getting out of hand completely, for one. And how the feminists percept people that just want them to be normal individuals, not bent on the path of destruction. Believe it or not the whole purpose of the human race was always to protect the females, not to abuse them. Go to a school for a clue, why don't you. Also, I quite enjoyed the bit when Dracula, obviously meant to represent the outcasts, argues that he just wants to be what he is. I've no problem with that. But to be that he also has to destroy everything that everyone else is. Like the gays having to be able to march naked trough the streets. Having to reduce straight marriage to some underground thing that can't even be promoted on London's buses because it's "offensive" to them. Thanks, not very many people are that brave these days.

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