It seems like a bad omen for the future of Haven that Syfy moved its time slot from Thursdays at 8pm to Friday at 7pm. Did this really need to be done midseason? The cast and Twitterverse have been working overtime to keep viewership up this season and switching the timeslot is a slap in the face to their efforts. What’s taken Haven’s Thursday slot? Reruns of Spartacus: Vengeance. Not cool.
Hopefully, you realized that the time changed and didn’t miss this week’s episode. A mysterious Trouble triggered a freaky Friday inspired switcheroo between the main characters, including Nathan/Duke, Dwight/Gloria, and Vince/Dave. The Trouble seemed to be connected with a secret shared by the two who were switched. For Nathan and Duke, it was the kiss that Duke and Audrey shared in Colorado. For Vince and Dave, it was Vince’s investigation into Dave’s adoption. As for Dwight and Gloria, we don’t know what their secret is and they didn’t seem to either. These last two had by far the most entertaining character switch. I loved the banter about their eating and bathroom habits.
While trying to uncover the source behind the Trouble, Nathan gets the brilliant idea to bring Mara along and treat her like Audrey. That seems to work and Audrey reappears and tells Nathan to leave her behind with Duke. She then tries to rekindle feelings in Duke related to the Colorado trip. She overplays her hand and doesn’t realize that Duke knows she’s Mara pretending to be Audrey. For someone who is just reading this review and hasn’t actually seen the show, this might sound completely hokey. It actually worked surprisingly well, though. A lot of credit needs to be given to Emily Rose who is masterful at transitioning between the various versions of Audrey.
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