The press release for episode 3 of Happy Town, titled ‘Polly Wants a Crack at Her’ was recently released by ABC, which will be airing on May 12, 2010. Details are under the cut as it contains minor spoilers.
AN OMEN OF MYSTERIOUS EVIL HOVERS AS HAPLIN PREPARES TO CELEBRATE THE ANNUAL THAW FEST, ON ABC’S “HAPPY TOWN”
“Polly Wants a Crack at Her” – An ominous fearsome hawk soars over Haplin‘s unsuspecting residents as the Thaw Fest celebration is about to start. Tommy must walk a precarious line when it comes to 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 — 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, on “Happy Town,” WEDNESDAY, MAY 12 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Happy Town” stars Geoff Stults as Tommy Conroy, Sam Neill as Merritt Grieves, Lauren German as Henley Boone, Steven Weber as John Haplin, Amy Acker as Rachel Conroy, Sarah Gadon as Georgia Bravin, Robert Wisdom as Roger Hobbs, Jay Paulson as Eli “Root Beer” Rogers and Ben Schnetzer as Andrew Haplin.
Guest starring in “Polly Wants a Crack at Her” are Frances Conroy as Peggy Haplin, Warren Christie as Greggy Stiviletto, 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, Daniel Petronijevic as Ronald Stiviletto, Matt Hopkins as Womper Stiviletto, Steve Arbuckle as Baby Boy Stiviletto, Kedar 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.
“Polly Wants a Crack at Her” was written by Davey Holmes and directed by Mick Garris.