Friday the 13th Ep 23 & 24: Badge of Honor and Pipe Dream

Friday the 13th Ep 23 & 24: Badge of Honor and Pipe Dream

Ep:23 A former policeman, whose wife’s car was bombed, seeks revenge on a crime boss — with a unique and deadly sheriff’s badge.

Ep:24 Ryan’s estranged father a frustrated dreamer turns to the supernatural to achieve success, using an ornate pipe to eliminate anyone who gets in his way.

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We continue our coverage of Friday the 13th the series or Friday’s Curse as it was called in some other parts of the world as well as The Mystery of Friday and in Germany under the title Heirs to the Curse. (I like this title better)

This time we look at FRIDAY the 13th the series Episodes 23 & 24 Badge of Honor and Pipe Dream. I your host Dr.Chris am joined by the amazing and talented Mistress Zeneca.
Original air dates for these episode are July 9, 1988 and July 16, 1988

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Friday the 13th Ep 23 & 24: Badge of Honor and Pipe Dream
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  1. Scott
    March 16, 2018 at 7:56 pm

    Anther fun and interesting review. “Badge of Honor” is the only episode of the entire series that I actually dislike. It looks like a 45-minute music video. You mentioned the thick fog—it seems to be everywhere. The director, Michelle Manning, must have been going for maximum atmosphere. But the tone was often wrong. I think it’s especially noticeable at the end. Mickey seems awfully unmoved that her “friend,” Tim, gets killed. Compare her reaction to any other episode where even a stranger gets killed. Everyone seems to agree that the Miami Vice feel is palpable. I may have missed it, but did you mention that after “Badge,” Manning went on to direct two episodes of Miami Vice? Maybe this was her audition! Her IMDB credits for producer are far more impressive (

  2. Mary
    March 17, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    Love this show love this podcast always a highlight. Looking forward to your review of Spawn the Animated Series coming soon.

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