“I will know to trust them, to lead them through the mysteries that will make them respond.”
And Julia Hoffman seeks to find the secret to his behavior in a mysterious box, which he somehow brought from the past.
You will give up your curious belief that you have a right to know everything about me!
Well, I’m tired of understanding!
But this box… it frightens me.
Nothing must happen to you. I must make quite sure that nothing ever does.
Here we are, living in the twentieth century, the most exciting century the world has ever known. I mean, we’re sending men to the moon!
I hate sarcastic women!
Barnabas, I don’t know if I’m being silly or not.
You’re far too important a person to have anything happen to you.
You’re giving far too much importance to that telegram.
Tell me so that I will make no mistake, in this most important moment in time.
They will be strangers, but you will know them.
The sign of the Naga. The sudden knocking at the door.
Monday: She’s Me.
Dark Shadows bloopers to watch out for:
Barnabas tells Carolyn, “You must do — well, you — nothing must happen to you.”
Megan goes to get the telegram to show it to Julia, but it’s not in the place where she expects it to be. Then she spies it off-camera, and says, “Oh! It’s — um. Let me get it.” She dashes out of frame to grab it.
While Carolyn is talking to Barnabas in the Collinwood drawing room, there’s a moment when something goes wrong with the sound, giving one of Carolyn’s lines a breathy echo.
Julia reminds Barnabas, “Barnabas, we know the significance of the Tate portin — portrait of Quentin.”
Trying to get rid of Julia, Barnabas walks over to the coat rack. He picks up his own cape, then puts it back and grabs Julia’s coat.
In Barnabas’ dream, when he asks Oberon, “Where will I find them?” you can see the boom mic hovering above Oberon, in the top left of the screen.
Monday: She’s Me.
— Danny Horn