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Previously on Haven...
If I go into that barn
when the hunter meteor storm hits,
the troubles disappear.
For 27 years, they're gone.
The Guard wants Audrey in the barn tomorrow.
I'm not letting Audrey go anywhere.
You know, you always come back with a different name,
but underneath, you're always somehow the same.
The first time I felt your touch was the day you kissed me.
This is not good-bye.
She's trying to help this town,
and it is her choice.
That won't work on the barn.
What about hurting you?
Meteors, they're not stopping.
They're supposed to stop.
Duke, go. Save her.
Audrey, where are you?
Audrey, we got to get the hell out of here!
This place is falling apart!
You should go now.
I need to say good-bye.
Am I even human?
He belongs here now, like his mother.
- Arla lied. - Yeah.
You didn't kill me.
Why would killing you -- why would that end the troubles?
Because you loved me.
Earlier today, schoolchildren at the Boston aquarium
were stunned when an unidentified man
suddenly appeared in the seal tank.
A spokesman was unable to explain
how the man was able to get into the tank in the first place.
Look, listen to me.
Audrey Parker-- you understand me?
Her name is Audrey Parker.
You have to find her.
Listen to me!
Marina security wants to know how you got past them.
I'd like to know how I even got to Boston.
Oh, you're saying you got amnesia or something?
Which answer's gonna get you to uncuff me?
None of the above.
I told you to call Haven P.D.. What did they say?
They said Duke Crocker's been dead for six months.
No, I was only in the barn for a few minutes.
Look, detective, this is obviously a misunderstanding,
'Cause I am clearly not dead.
Or maybe you're not Duke Crocker.
I found these in your wallet.
Kirk Davis, Benton Shore, Calvin Banks.
You want to tell me what you're doing with these?
Just call Haven P.D. again,
and make sure you talk to Nathan Wuornos.
As a matter of fact, actually, why don't you just let me do it?
Because I can clear this whole thing right up.
The next call you make is gonna be to your lawyer,
'cause the second your psychiatric hold is up,
I'm arresting you.
Identity theft, trespassing--
Buddy, it was just a fish tank.
Welcome to Boston, Mr. Crocker.
You had a good deal going in Haven?
You should've stayed there.
There's no place like home.
- That's weird. - What is that noise?
Do you guys hear that? It's getting louder.
If I could just borrow your phone for two minutes...
I promise, you're not gonna get in trouble.
Yeah, appreciate you looking out for me.
Oh, trust me, dear, I am.
That last bedpan change could've been a very different experience.
And they say chivalry is dead.
Come on, just one call.
Look, I'm already bending the rules letting your sister in.
- Sister? - Audrey.
I told her visiting hours were up,
but she gave me a sob story.
It must run in the family.
Oh, thank God.
She's not gone when I get back, I'm tranqing you.
Fair enough. You're a wonderful woman.
And, dear, those scrubs look fantastic on you.
Who the hell are you?
I had to see you...
see you with my own eyes.
Where's Audrey? Is she okay?
All these months, I never dreamed
that you could actually be real, and then last night,
I was watching the news, and there you were,
calling for Audrey Parker, just like you did in my head.
Why don't we just, uh, start with your name?
Okay, six months ago, I was working at the Boston Globe,
actually having a pretty good day,
and then someone started shouting.
So I got up from my cubicle to see what was wrong,
but there was no one there,
but I could still hear the voices
and all these names--
Audrey, Howard, Nathan, Duke--
and it wouldn't stop,
the talking, the shouting, the crying.
I could hear the same conversations over and over,
like a CD stuck on repeat,
so I thought I was going crazy.
Well, it turns out I was.
The doctors told me I was schizophrenic.
They told me that the voices weren't real,
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