Sketchy

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"Sketchy"
Haven episode
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A drawing of the town of Haven
Episode no. Season 1
Episode 7
Directed by T.W. Peacocke
Written by Matt McGuinness
Production code Unknown
Original air date August 20, 2010
Guest actors
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"Sketchy" is the seventh episode of the first season of the supernatural American/Canadian television series Haven. It first aired on SyFy on August 20, 2010. It was written by Matt McGuinness and directed by T.W. Peacocke.

Plot[edit]

Three or four businessmen are on a boat in the Haven Marina, one of the men whose name is Wallace was discussing a "get rich" plan. The other men scoff at the idea and leave. Vicky (Molly Dunsworth), who is the one girl on the boat, was bringing drinks when Wallace's elbows and femurs break identically. Vicky is extremely alarmed and calls the police and flees the boat. Audrey and Nathan come and interview Vicky since she is the only witness to the attack and her father Alec and her fiance Jimmy. After the interview it becomes clear that they do not like the men they work for. In another part of town a real estate agent, Joe Santamaro, is sliced into three lines perfectly down his body. The only person who witnessed the attack was Alec. Audrey and Nathan make Alec, Jimmy and Vicky their prime suspects. Audrey tries to trigger Alec's trouble if he even has one by yelling at him and being rude. Nothing happens. They then consider Jimmy as a suspect, but when they go to question him his face suddenly disappears, like it was erased. Vicky is their last suspect. They go to investigate her garage and they find pictures of townspeople, buildings and even one of Nathan. Audrey touches the picture and Nathan flies backwards into the wall. They realize whatever happens to the picture that Vicky draws, happens to the object or person in the picture. All the victims were in debt to the captain of the boat where they held their business meetings, Richards. He somehow knew of Vicky's abilities and took her father captive so she would draw the other men. Fortunately, Audrey and Nathan find Richards, who drowns when his picture that Vicky drew fell in the water.

Reception[edit]

This episode earned a Nielsen household rating of 1.2/2. It was viewed by 1.894 million viewers.[1]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Seidman, Robert (August 23, 2010). "Friday Cable: Eureka Down a Bit; Suite Life on Deck Draws Over 4 Million & More". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved August 23, 2010.