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Season 1
Happytown
Season
Episodes

1
8
Aired
April 28, 2010
Premiere
In This Home on Ice
Finale
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Season 1


The first season of Happy Town premiered on April 28, 2010.

Principle CastEdit

In Credited Order

Secondary CastEdit

By # Episodes Appeared in

Season 1 EpisodesEdit

In This Home on IceEdit

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See main article: In this home on ice

Original air date: April 28, 2010

Written by: Josh Appelbaum & André Nemec & Scott Rosenberg

Directed by: Garry Fleder

Plot Synopsis: Henley Boone has decided to take up residence in seemingly idyllic Haplin, just as a shocking murder occurs at the local pond. This horrific crime rekindles Happy Town’s dark mysteries, including the whispers about an unknown, evil force that has come to be known as the “Magic Man,” who may be responsible for the past disappearances of Haplin residents. Tommy Conroy, a small town deputy and son of the long-time popular sheriff, must help solve the crime while easing the town’s growing fears. This is made more difficult when it becomes obvious that the residents are hiding secrets, and that includes its newest resident, Henley.

Guest starring: M.C. Gainey as Sheriff Griffin Conroy, Abraham Benrubi as Big Dave Duncan, Linda Kash as Miranda Kirby, Lynne Griffin as Dot Meadows, Natalie Brown as Carol Haplin, Joanna Douglas as Shell Jenkins, Wendy Lyon as Donna Friddle, Daniel Petronijevic as Ronald Stiviletto, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos as Lincoln Stiviletto, Steve Arbuckle as Baby Boy Stiviletto, Matt Hopkins as Womper Stiviletto, Marcia Bennett as Rose Perkins, Diane Gordon as Esther Klapman, Anna Ferguson as Irene Vaughn, Deborah Grover as Joanie Jenkins, Greg Bryk as Dr. Pete, Boyd Banks as Jerry Friddle, Kedar as Kelvin Tolliver, Brittany Kay as Lani, Luke Aquilina as Eric, Brad Borbridge as Perry Steckler and Cassidi Hoag as Jordan Kirby.


I Came to Haplin for the WatersEdit

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See main article: I Came to Haplin for the Waters

Original air date: May 5, 2010

Written by: Josh Appelbaum & André Nemec & Scott Rosenberg

Directed by: Garry Fleder

Plot Synopsis: Shaken by a grisly murder at the local pond and his father's bizarre, self-inflicted injury, Deputy Tommy Conroy reluctantly accepts the title of Sherriff bestowed on him by town matriarch Peggy Haplin. However Tommy's shocking discovery of Jerry Friddle's murderer forces him to keep yet another of the town's secrets with mixed emotions. Meanwhile, Henley appears to know a lot more about Haplin's dark side than she's letting on - drawing Merritt Grieves closer - but she's determined to get access to the forbidden third-floor room of the mysterious boarding house, no matter what it takes.

Guest starring: M.C. Gainey as Sheriff Griffin Conroy, Abraham Benrubi as Big Dave Duncan, Linda Kash as Miranda Kirby, Lynne Griffin as Dot Meadows, Natalie Brown as Carol Haplin, Daniel Petronijevic as Ronald Stiviletto, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos as Lincoln Stiviletto, Steve Arbuckle as Baby Boy Stiviletto, Matt Hopkins as Womper Stiviletto, Marcia Bennett as Rose Perkins, Diane Gordon as Esther Klapman, Anna Ferguson as Irene Vaughn, Deborah Grover as Joanie Jenkins, Greg Bryk as Dr. Pete, Kedar as Kelvin Tolliver, Brittany Kay as Lani, Brad Borbridge as Perry Steckler, Frances Conroy as Peggy Haplin, Chas Lawther as M.E. Murtaugh, Peter Outerbridge as Handsome Dan Farmer, and Jay Paulson as Eli Rogers, and Isobel Smith as Doris.


Polly Wants a Crack at HerEdit

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See main article: Polly Wants a Crack at Her

Original air date: May 12, 2010

Written by: Davey Holmes

Directed by: Mick Garris

Plot Synopsis: An ominous fearsome Hawk soars over Haplin‘s unsuspecting residents as the Thaw Fest celebration is about to start. Tommy Conroy must walk a precarious line when it comes to Jerry Friddle’s murder, as a state investigator moves in to assist him. Andrew Haplin, still upset over girlfriend Georgia’s assault, exacts revenge on who he believes to be the perpetrator Georgia's dad pays for the consequences. Meanwhile Henley is a victim of a bizarre car accident, but a handsome stranger not only comes to her rescue, but lures her into a surprising, sensual relationship. And when Thaw Fest finally arrives, it comes with chilling and tragic consequences

Guest starring: Frances Conroy as Peggy Haplin, Warren Christie as Aidan, Abraham Benrubi as Big Dave Duncan, Peter Outerbridge as Handsome Dan Farmer, Stephen McHattie as Carl Bravin, Sophia Ewaniuk as Emma Conroy, David Cronenberg as Dr. Leichman, Natalie Brown as Carol Haplin, Luke Aquilina as Eric, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Lee Geary, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos as Lincoln Stiviletto, Dan Petronijevic as Ronald Stiviletto, Matt Hopkins as Womper Stiviletto, Steve Arbuckle as Baby Boy Stiviletto, Kedar Brown as Kelvin Tolliver, Deborah Grover as Joanie Jenkins,Marcia Bennett as Rose Perkins, Joanna Douglas as Officer Shell Jenkins and Zak Longo as Andrew’s friend.



Slight of HandEdit

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See main article: Slight of Hand

Original air date: June 2, 2010

Written by: Meredith Averill

Directed by: Darnell Martin

Plot Synopsis: When Rachel Conroy mysteriously vanishes, an eerie cloud settles over Haplin, as clues point to the return of the elusive Magic Man. Surprisingly, Tommy finds an unlikely ally while desperately searching for his wife. Meanwhile, Handsome Dan announces he has to leave Haplin, then unexpectedly turns up elsewhere. Henley manages to get her stolen property back from Greggy Stiviletto and uses it to blackmail a member of Haplin's powerful "first" family. Finally, Tommy investigates some gruesome evidence that ironically could mean good news for many of Haplin's families.

Guest starring: Steve Arbuckle as Baby Boy Stiviletto Marcia Bennett as Rose Perkins Abraham Benrubi as Big Dave Duncan Greg Bryk as Dr Pete Warren Christie as Aidan Frances Conroy as Peggy Haplin Joanna Douglas as Shell Jenkins Sophia Ewaniuk as Emma Conroy Anna Ferguson as Irene Vaughn Barry Flatman as Robert Ward M.C. Gainey as Sheriff Griffin Conroy Diane Gordon as Esther Klapman Deborah Grover as Joanie Jenkins Matt Hopkins as Womper Stiviletto Kedar Brown as Kelvin Tolliver Arlene Mazerolla as Sarah Ward Maxwell McCabe-Lokos as Lincoln Stiviletto Stephen McHattie as Carl Bravin Peter Outerbridge as Dan Farmer Dan Petronijevic as Ronald Stiviletto Andrew Scorer as Levon


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