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|← 1218 →|
February 17, 1971
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- The great house at Collinwood in the world of Parallel Time. The Collins family lives under a curse that has resulted in death or madness to succeeding generations. The family has also been beset by serious emotional conflicts. Recently, Bramwell Collins lost the woman he loved, Catherine Harridge, to his hated cousin Morgan. After the marriage, the two men fought a duel and Bramwell was wounded. He has recovered physically, but everyone at Collinwood knows that the inner emotional wound will never heal.
Catherine begs Bramwell and Daphne not to marry each other. Josette tries to talk Bramwell out of marrying Daphne. Josette tells Catherine that she agrees Bramwell and Daphne should not marry. Carrie has a vision in which Bramwell visits Daphne's grave.
Memorable quotes Edit
- Josette: I don't believe there's been a greater love than existed between your father and me. Barnabas and I could not have survived without our love. When he died I felt such a total loss that for a time I though I might go insane. I made mistakes after that, many mistakes. But while Barnabas was alive I was as happy as any human being can be.
- Bramwell: Of course you came, I knew you would. Catherine, you will not stop this marriage any more than I stopped yours.
Dramatis personae Edit
- Jonathan Frid as Bramwell Collins
- Lara Parker as Catherine Harridge Collins
- Kate Jackson as Daphne Harridge (PT)
- Kathy Cody as Carrie Stokes (PT)
- Mary Cooper as Josette DuPres Collins (PT)
Background information and notes Edit
- This episode was recorded out of broadcast sequence. The previous episode to be recorded was 1221.
- Beginning with this episode Gordon Russell is credited for the writing of 27 consecutive episodes. This is second longest unbroken run after Art Wallace who was credited for writing the first 40 episodes of the series.
- This is the seventy-second episode, and the first of two consecutive episodes, with no pre-Barnabas cast members.
- The gravestone seen in this episode for Daphne Harridge is the same one that was used in 1071 for the character's main time-band counterpart, the only difference is the space where 'Collins' appears previously there was an engraving of a bird, it is identical in all other respects.
- Closing credits scene: Old House foyer.
- Carrie's father is the caretaker at Collinwood.
- In Carrie's vision the gravestone of Daphne Harridge Collins reads: Born: 1818, Died 1841.
- TIMELINE: 12:50am: Carrie and Daphne in the drawing room.