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Friday's Knights
Season 3, Episode 8 (34)
Friday's Knights episode guide
Episode Information
Air Date

January 11, 2017


Adam Simon
and Donna Thorland


Nick Copus

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Friday's Knights is the eighth episode of Season Three of Salem, and the thirty-fourth episode of the series overall. It's premiered on January 11, 2017, on WGN America.

Synopsys Edit

"The Sentinel alerts the team that Black Sunday will still go on as promised but he doesn’t have a reason to imprison them. Mary, Sebastian, Cotton, Isaac, and Alden meet up to create a plan to kill The Sentinel. Sebastian pretends to be Alden to find out Mary’s true feelings towards him. Mary heads to Tituba’s to find a way to kill Sebastian and find the red mercury. She then begins to become suspicious of Tituba." [1] [2]

Episode Overview Edit

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Cast Edit

Main Cast Edit

Special Guest StarEdit

Guest Cast Edit


  • Joe Brooks Jr. as The Kid
  • Clint James as Isaac's Man
  • Shelby Lang as Mercy Bird #1
  • Ed Lowry as Poor Man
  • Harlon Miller as Orange Seller
  • Emma Wynn as Dorcas

Deaths Edit

Locations Edit

Quotes Edit

Mary Sibley: "We have less than 48 hours to save Salem."
Mary Sibley: "Every one of us have played our role in this resistance. There still remains a great task."
John Alden: "Ridding Salem of every last witch."
Countess Von Marburg: " Now it begins."

Gallery Edit

Promotional Videos Edit

Behind the Scenes Edit

International TitlesEdit

  • German: Der Dämonen-Dolch (The Demon Dagger)
  • Italian: I Piaceri Terreni (The Earthly Pleasures)

References Edit

  1. Salem season 3 episode 8 trailer
  2. Official synopsis contains an element about Tituba and Mary that isn't present in the episode. Whether the scene was edited out or affects the next episode is yet to be revealed.

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