Hodges struggles with the past as it concerns his daughter, Allie. As Deb attempts to make a change for the better, Brady interferes. Robi continues pressuring Brady to impress their bosses. Hodges connects with Janey's cousin, Holly.
Did You Know?
Similarly to Alfred Hitchcock, Stephen King often likes to include himself in the small cameos in the films made by his books. Here, during the interview with the 'corporates', when Brady imagines killing all the diner, including patrons and staff, Stephen is seen, for just a few seconds, lying in a the pool of blood with a large knife stuck in his neck. See more
Bill Hodges as an aerial photograph of what is supposed to be Bridgton, Ohio when it is really a photograph of Charleston, SC. See more
Written by Paul Bakija
, David Rubinstein
Performed by Reagan Youth See more