Haven Episode 4.10 The Trouble With Troubles **** SPOILERS ****

Episode Summary from syfy.com:

[i]After revealing his true intentions to Audrey and leaving her unconscious in a field, William and his henchmen have been tearing Haven apart by amplifying more and more Troubles. The most recent victim is Doreen, whose Trouble was increased enough to cause a huge fire.

Later that night, Audrey and Nathan try to think of a way to stop William before going to sleep in each other’s arms. When Audrey awakes on the floor of a second floor bait shop, she knows that William has struck again.
As Audrey walks around town in her pajamas looking for clues, she discovers that she is in an alternate version of the Haven she knows and loves. In this Haven, Duke is a police officer, Nathan is a doctor and Vince and Dave are well-to-do townsfolk. The main difference, however, is that there are no Troubles in this Haven.

Audrey tries to explain her reality to Duke but, as expected, he doesn’t believe her. When Vince and Dave turn up dead, Duke throws Audrey in jail and considers her his only lead. The truth is William, who is also stuck in this nicer version of Haven, killed Vince and Dave. William wants things back the way they were and he thinks finding and killing the person with the Trouble who caused the switch will help. Unsure of how to find the right Troubled person, William kidnaps Nathan’s family and tells Audrey he’ll kill them unless she helps.

Audrey is worried about Nathan’s family, but she also knows she can’t trust William. Instead, she convinces Nathan to help her find the Troubled person. It doesn’t take long for her to find Cliff, the source of this particular Trouble. He wished for a Haven without Troubles and it worked, except that his wife is married to someone else.

Nathan ditches Audrey and takes Cliff to William himself to save his family. True to his word, William lets the family go. Soon, Audrey and a recently-convinced Duke show up to save Cliff but William gets the drop on them. William kills Cliff but not before telling Audrey that he and Audrey actually created the Troubles together as a sick joke.

Once Cliff dies, everything reverts to normal and Audrey fills in Nathan and Duke. Together, they find William but when Nathan shoots William a twin wound appears on Audrey’s torso. It seems that Audrey and William really are deeply connected. So, maybe William is telling the truth about her creating the Troubles after all.[/i]

Episode Summary from en.wikipedia.org:

[i]After revealing his true intentions to Audrey and leaving her unconscious in a field, William and his henchmen have been tearing Haven apart by amplifying more and more Troubles. The most recent victim is Doreen, whose Trouble was increased enough to cause a huge fire. Nathan and Audrey investigate the case whereby Doreen’s Trouble has caused a volcano to erupt, the Trouble having been given to her by William, who has disappeared. They go back to Audrey’s room in the Grey Gull to find out what William is up to. The next morning, Audrey finds herself alone on the floor in pajamas and no shoes. The Grey Gull has been changed to Jojo’s Bait Shop, and she is picked up by Detective Duke Crocker, who is now a third-generation Haven PD cop and father is Chief. They make a stop as Duke has to take a witness statement for vandalism, and Audrey meets Vince and Dave, who doesn’t recognize her and thinks she is a homeless person. She see the Haven sign and realizes that she is in a Haven where the Troubles do not exist.

She meets Nathan, who is now Dr. Nathan Hansen (his father being Max Hansen) for a psyh evaluation. She encounters William, and they both see Nathan with his daughter and wife. William declares that he is going to bring the normal Haven back, with or without Audrey’s help. He goes to see Vince and Dave Teagues, as Audrey meets up with Duke, explaining to him that William is dangerous. A murder call comes in, and it is revealed that Vince and Dave are both dead. A blonde hair is found on Dave and Audrey is arrested for their murder. William acts as Audrey’s lawyer and asks her to help find the Troubled person who caused the new Haven to occur. Nathan’s family is missing and William calls him, asking to speak to Audrey, who is released from custody.

William has kidnapped the Hansens and forces Audrey to find the Troubled person, who turns out to be Cliff, the person who’s wife, Suzie, was injured during the volcano Trouble. Suzie died from her injuries, and Cliff wished for the Troubles to be gone, which happened the next morning. Duke tracks Nathan’s cellphone to where he is with Audrey, and Nathan and Cliff go to meet William in exchange for Nathan’s family. Duke believes Audrey’s story. They find Cliff tied up, and they are threatened by William, who shoots Duke. He reveals that Audrey is the one who created the Troubles with him, and thus, has to come back to Haven to deal with the Troubles.

Nathan arrives and takes the gun, pointing it at William. William shoots Cliff, and the normal Haven is returned. She wakes up in bed with Nathan. They want to kill William. Suzie has died from complications and Cliff is found shot dead. The find William at an abandoned warehouse, who explains that Audrey and he created the Troubles together. Before he gets to, however, Nathan shoots him. Audrey falls, having the same gunshot wound as William, proving that they both are connected.[/i]

Please use this thread to discuss the series’ forty-ninth overall and fourth season tenth episode The Trouble With Troubles. Rule: Please keep spoilers limited to those revealed during the series up to this episode only.

William is indeed a bad boy. If not for whatever he’s done already for killing all of the people in the alternate Haven just to get things back to normal. I would gladly give up what’s happened so far to make sure the troubles never come to Haven at all. Apparently William doesn’t care about it. And what’s scarier is that Audrey’s original person was just like William.

It was interesting to see Duke and Nathan interacting in the alternate Haven. At their heart they both like each other and want to help people no matter what reality they find themselves in. Duke called himself third generation Haven PD which obviously has ties back to how the trouble were as we know them in the modern day.

We did find out that William is immune to the troubles just like Audrey. This backs up my theory that the two are Haven’s original star-crossed lovers and something went wrong with them or their relationship.

The connection between William and Audrey is one that I need to understand better. William was shot and so was Audrey? There’s something unnatural about that. And Audrey created the troubles and is being punished? This is something I have to understand better.

Oh - and are William’s two cronies still around? We didn’t see them this week.