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The Man Who Was Thursday
Season 3, Episode 7 (33)
The Man Who Was Thursday Episode Guide
Episode Information
Air Date

January 4, 2016

Writer

Brian Peterson and
Kelly Souders

Director

Jen Lynch

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The Man Who Was Thursday is the seventh episode of Season Three of Salem, and the thirty-third episode of the series overall. It's premiered on January 4, 2017 on WGN America.

Synopsys

Anne tells Cotton the great news of her pregnancy but is forced to partake in an unthinkable action that will wipe Gloriana of her memories. While Alden prepares to kill the Sentinel, Mary continues to trick Sebastian into thinking she loves him. Completely “under her spell,” Sebastian tells her that he will find a way to destroy the Boy once and for all where an epic plan of twists and turns unravels and true loyalties surface. [1]

Episode Overview

--To Be Added--

Cast

Main Cast

Guest Cast

Co-Starring

  • Clint James as Isaac's Man
  • Morgana Shaw as Essex Elder
  • Billy Slaughter as Refugee Thief
  • Doug Van Liev as Blacksmith

Deaths

Locations

Quotes

To Be Added

Gallery

Promotional Videos

Behind the Scenes

Cultural References

  • Continuing the pattern mentioning the days of the week.
  • The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare is a novel by G. K. Chesterton, first published in 1908. The book is sometimes referred to as a metaphysical thriller.

International Titles

  • German: Rotes Quecksilbe (Red mercury)
  • Italian: Il quarto giorno (The fourth day)

References

  1. Dreadcentral.com Salem: The Man Who Was Thursday

See Also

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    • Samael seems to believe in himself as superior to even God. He always look down upon the others. He was so self-absorbed in his own pride t...
    • What can i say, like father like son. I see your point now, totally agree with you on it! I think already the dawn of humankind was enough...

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