Season 1, Episode 4
|Airdate||October 30th, 1990|
|Producer||Sheldon Pinchuk; Pat Finnegan; Bill Finnegan; Patrick Dromgoole; Paul Sarony; David Roessell; Tom McLoughlin; Lee Goldberg; William Rabkin|
|Starring||Kate Hodge; Neil Dickson; Scott Fults|
|Previous||"Moonlight Becomes You"|
|Next||"Nice Girls Don't"|
"The Juggler" is the fourth episode of season one of the supernatural romance series She-Wolf of London. The episode was directed by Gerry Mill with a script written by Jim Henshaw. It first aired on NBC on October 30th, 1990. In this episode, a priest of Satan manipulates a minister's daughter into the clutches of a murderous "Devil Clown".
Principal Cast Edit
|Kate Hodge||Randi Wallace|
|Neil Dickson||Ian Matheson|
|Scott Fults||Julian Matheson|
Guest Stars Edit
|Jean Challis||Elizabeth Matheson|
|Arthur Cox||Henry Matheson|
|Dorothea Phillips||Elsa Matheson|
|Gary Parker||The Juggler|
|John Carlin||Reverend Parfray|
|Claudia Bryan||Liza Parfrey|
|Carol Kirkland||Miss Rigby|
|Tina Pyne||Sacrificed woman|
|Anna Carras Wilson||Mother|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Series creator Mick Garris is credited as executive consultant in this episode.
- This is the first episode of She-Wolf of London directed by Gerry Mill. He directs two episodes of the series in total. His next episode is "Little Bookshop of Horrors".
- The concept of a demonic entity that preys on children is also the basis for the 2012 supernatural thriller Sinister.
- Ian Matheson: Don't you think you're exaggerating just a bit?
- Julian Matheson: Just creating a little bit of my own mythology, Professor.
- Ian Matheson: Ever hear of the myth of The Juggler?
- Randi Wallace: No.
- Ian Matheson: In French, 'jongleur' means bell ringer. He's a demon spirit that preys on children. The coven would conjure him up to kill the children of their enemies.
- Randi Wallace: Why the children?
- Ian Matheson: What is more beloved to someone than their child? If you really want to get at someone, you kill what is most dear to them.
- Ian Matheson: Don't forget to floss.
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