Season 1, Episode 13
|Airdate||February 2nd, 1991|
|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|
|Next||"Beyond the Beyond"|
"Voodoo Child" is the thirteenth episode of the American television series She-Wolf of London. It was directed by Roger Cheveley and written by Terry Erwin. It first aired on NBC on Saturday, February 2nd, 1991. In this episode, an arrogant American student joins Professor Matheson's class, professing to know more about the study of mythology than Ian himself. Randi and Ian soon discover that this new student is a master of the art of Voodoo and may even have the means of wresting control of the werewolf from Randi and Ian.
Principal Cast Edit
|Kate Hodge||Randi Wallace|
|Neil Dickson||Ian Matheson|
|Scott Fults||Julian Matheson|
Guest Stars Edit
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Series creator Mick Garris is credited as executive consultant in this episode.
- "Voodoo Child" is also the title of a 1968 song by Jimi Hendix and featured as the closing track on the album Electric Ladyland.
- This is the final episode of the series directed by Roger Cheveley. He also directed "The Bogman of Letchmoor Heath", "Nice Girls Don't" and parts 1 and 2 of "Can't Keep a Dead Man Down".
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