SHERIFF TOMMY CONROY’S WIFE IS PRESSURED BY JOHN HAPLIN, AND DETECTIVE HOBBS THINKS HE KNOWS WHO SEVERED THE HAND FOUND AT THE OUR DAILY BAKERY, ON “HAPPY TOWN”
“This Is Why We Stay” – While the heat is on Tommy to find the elusive Magic Man, a skittishly fearful Rachel wants to flee Haplin because of her kidnapping experience. The pressure she gets from John Haplin to remember her ordeal upsets her even more. And in Merritt Grieves’ quest to find out about Rachel’s kidnapping, he reveals a long-kept secret to her. Meanwhile Det. Hobbs is convinced that Greggy Stiviletto knows who severed the hand that was found in a loaf of bread at the Our Daily bakery; Henley returns the goat-handled hammer to Peggy Haplin for a large sum of money, but in the process gets a real feel for the reach of the town matriarch’s overwhelming power; and Georgia and Andrew’s blissful day in the woods takes a shocking turn, on “Happy Town,” WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 (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 “This Is Why We Stay” are Frances Conroy as Peggy Haplin, M.C. Gainey as Sheriff Griffin Conroy, Warren Christie as Greggy Stiviletto, Sophia Ewaniuk as Emma Conroy, Natalie Brown as Carol Haplin, Kedar as Kelvin Tolliver, Deborah Grover as Joanie Jenkins, Marcia Bennett as Rose Perkins, Joanna Douglas as Officer Shell Jenkins, Brad Borbridge as Perry Steckler, Anna Ferguson as Irene Vaughn, Diane Gordon as Esther Klapman, Lynne Griffin as Dot Meadows, Tony Fletcher as Frank the mailman, Andrew Scorer as Levon, David Rosser as Harper Jennings, Robert Lee as ticket agent, Barry Flatman as Robert Ward, Arlene Mazerolle as Sarah Ward, Michelle Moffatt as Zuri Sorrell and Marlee Otto as Lauryn Ward.
“This Is Why We Stay” was written by Courtney Kemp Agboh and directed by John Polson.