The Guard makes its presence known in Haven.
Audrey is being held captive by someone who is demanding the truth. Nathan and Duke try to find her but run into some problems.
Watch a clip from Episode 308 'Magic Hour: Part 2.'
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the "Lockdown" episode of Haven.
Eric Balfour (Duke Crocker) answers fan questions in this exclusive Q&A series.
Watch a bonus scene from episode 302 'Stay.'
Sarah tries to save Duke and Nathan from the past.
Anton (Gabriel Casseus) isn't like the other guys in Harlem. He is 28 years old and a little slow, but has a heart of gold and an extraordinary singing voice. Because of his deficit, Anton's never had a chance to realize the dream that sets him apart in his working class neighborhood: to become a world class opera singer.
His over-protective Auntie, whom he lives with, is unable to accept that Anton is no longer a child, nor that his dream of singing opera is serious. All she sees are the obstacles her nephew faces daily: his dead-end job as a laundry worker with a manipulative boss, the local drug dealer who enjoys exploiting the overly trusting Anton for his own gain, and the neighborhood children who mimic his slow speech and stunted walk. When two teenagers bully Anton because of his opera singing, Auntie, frightened for his safety, argues with Anton that he give up his "opera foolishness." But, rather than give up his dream, he runs away from home determined to find his rightful place in the world.
Life on New York's streets is hard and Anton is soon conned out of his money by Wes (Damon Wayans), a quick-witted street hustler. Homeless, he wanders the streets, panhandling in Washington Square Park, where he encounters Matthew (Christian Camargo), a charismatic 30 year old, playing popular piano tunes for tips. Anton and Matthew team up to earn money and gain exposure, but Matthew's real intentions aren't immediately recognizable to the trusting Anton. Only when Wes returns with a surprising offer to "manage" Anton's career does an unlikely friendship form between the three men, each one trying desperately to change the course of their lives and pursue their dreams.
Watch a clip from Episode 206 'Audrey Parker's Day Off'.
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the 'Stay' episode of Haven.
Watch a clip from Episode 113 'Spiral.'
Watch a compilation of all the Stephen King references from the "The Tides That Bind" episode of Haven.
Audrey Parker wakes up to a town asleep.
Watch a clip from Episode 111 'The Trial of Audrey Parker'.
Jayne (Parker Posey) and Laura (Demi Moore) are about to take on the first man they just might not be able to handle: their seventy something-year-old father Joe (Rip Torn). Dutiful daughters returning to the house they grew up in, Jayne and Laura are forced to take a closer look at their own not-so-perfect lives while dodging childhood memories. Laura suspects that Joe needs full-time care, but Jayne refuses to believe that their father's condition is that serious. Jayne's compulsion to escape reality only increases Laura's attempts to yank her back down to earth. Meanwhile, Joe still sings and plays the blues on his prized guitar, and the lively widower even has a new ladyfriend, shameless and sassy Shelly (Ellen Barkin). But as the visible moments of their father's impending senility increase, the family dynamics spiral out of control. Tensions flare as the close sisters must also juggle their own very different lives Laura's busy environmentalist work schedule and mother of three small children, and Jayne, desperate to finally have a baby with her workaholic art-dealing husband Jackson (Christian Camargo). Their adventures back home are not without magic, mischief and mayhem, and even a search for buried treasure in the backyard! In the end, any tears that Jayne and Laura might shed will be happy ones.
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