In Haven this week Chemistry gives viewers the tears of a Duke, who foolishly fell for the drivel that Mara was spouting. It certainly came as no surprise to anyone else that the evil side of Audrey Parker was lying like a cheap watch in the prior episodes. Crocker fell for her hook, line and sinker in terms of the heart and when the two made a little whoopie, Duke was completely taken in. The guy may be a bit of a hard case when needs must, but inside that tough exterior beats the heart of a romantic kid whose mother deserted then propositioned him.
Despite Dwight wanting to believe that the good CDC doctor is who she claims to be in Haven: Reflections it is starting to look like a double cross will soon be affecting Parker and the entire town. Charlotte Cross is up to something, looking at that thick file on Audrey Parker that the doctor pulled out at the end of the episode she obviously knows a lot more about the town and “the troubles” than she has admitted. The woman whom the CDC claim to have never sent to Maine has not yet revealed what she is really after.
Just when it seemed that things could not get any stranger in Haven, episode seven – titled Nowhere Man – steps up to the challenge and focusses on ground zero type disappearances and Nathan going poof with only Mara being able to see and talk to him. It really seems that Wuornos and Parker cannot get a break in this season. Audrey has only just been separated from her “twin sis,” and already Nathan has noticed that he can no longer feel the object of his affection.
Haven in Episode Five season five, titled The Ole Switcheroo Part 1 proves that what you do not know can hurt you. At least in the sense that if you are keeping a secret from someone else you will switch bodies and in at least one instance of this body swap the result was deadly. At the start of the show, Nathan and Duke are trying to force Audrey out of Mara and Vince is down in Manteo, North Carolina. He is trying learn the significance of the word Croatoan in his brother Dave’s adoption paperwork.
This week’s episode of Haven is titled Much Ado About Mara although it could have been alternatively titled Audrey is that you since Parker keeps popping up every now and then like a stubborn bubble or bad penny. Nathan figured out last week that if he treated Mara like Audrey, by the rather practical method of tickling the woman into submission, or into Audrey to be more correct, other folks have had varying degrees of success getting in touch with the nicer side of Mara.