Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
|← 518 →|
June 12, 1968
|We have 10 images of Dark Shadows 518|
- There is one woman who lives at Collinwood who will not sleep this night. Cassandra Collins will lie awake, thinking about the evil plans she has set in motion, thinking about the events that will soon take place in the hospital not far away. There, Victoria Winters has answered the summons of an old and dear friend, who believes he is dying.
Sam starts to tell Victoria the dream, however Professor Stokes interrupts him. Adam visits Sam in the hospital. Later Sam tries to tell Victoria the dream again, however he dies before he can finish. Stokes finds Adam and tries to befriend him.
Memorable quotes Edit
Dramatis personae Edit
- Thayer David as Timothy Eliot Stokes
- Robert Rodan as Adam
- Kathryn Leigh Scott as Maggie Evans
- David Ford as Sam Evans
- Alexandra Moltke as Victoria Winters
Background information and notes Edit
- This episode was recorded out of broadcast sequence. The previous episode to be recorded was 512.
- Sam doesn't take off his sunglasses when he goes to sleep.
- INTERNAL MONOLOGUE: Professor Stokes: Adam can't be far away.
- SEDATIVE: Victoria gives Maggie some pills to calm her down.
- TIMELINE: Professor Stokes says that Sam only knew Adam for a very short time. 3:35pm: Stokes tells Victoria not to go in Sam's hospital room.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- David Ford, while lying in the hospital bed after Maggie and Professor Stokes leave the room, motions to someone off stage, possibly to move aside so that he can see the teleprompter. This is unlikely as he didn't have any more lines in this scene, maybe it was so he could see his cue from off-stage.
- When Professor Stokes drops his stickpin in the Evans cottage, it lands face down. In the next close-up, it is face up.