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|name= The Rage of Caliban
 
|name= The Rage of Caliban
 
|image= Constantine attempts to summon the soul of Marcello Panneti.png
 
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|epnum=6
 
|number= 6
 
|number= 6
 
|airdate= November 28, 2014
 
|airdate= November 28, 2014
 
|writer= [[Daniel Cerone]]
 
|writer= [[Daniel Cerone]]
 
|director= [[Neil Marshall]]
 
|director= [[Neil Marshall]]
|guests= [[Max Charles]] as Henry<br/>[[Niall Matter]] as [[Daryl]]<br/>[[Laura Regan]] as [[Claire]]<br/>[[Amy Parrish]] as [[Becca Schultz]]<br/>[[Myke Holmes]] as a [[Crestview Mental Health Center]] doctor<br/>[[Nick Madrick]] as a police officer<br/>[[Deborah Ayorinde]] as [[Sullivan]]
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|guests= [[Max Charles]] as [[Hery (Constantine)|Henry]]<br/>[[Niall Matter]] as [[Daryl]]<br/>[[Laura Regan]] as [[Clair]]<br/>[[Amy Parrish]] as [[Becca Schultz]]<br/>[[Myke Holmes]] as a [[Crestview Mental Health Center]] doctor<br/>[[Nick Madrick]] as a police officer<br/>[[Deborah Ayorinde]] as [[Sullivan]]
 
|before= {{Ep|Danse Vaudou}}
 
|before= {{Ep|Danse Vaudou}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Blessed Are the Damned}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Blessed Are the Damned}}
 
|show= Constantine
 
|show= Constantine
 
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"'''The Rage of Caliban'''" is the sixth episode of ''[[Constantine]]''. It aired on November 28, 2014.
 
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
When a murderous spirit possesses a boy, [[John Constantine|John]] must convince his parents - and himself - to act before it's too late.<ref>[http://www.nbc.com/constantine/episodes ''Constantine'' - NBC]</ref>
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{{Synopsis|When a murderous spirit possesses a boy, [[John Constantine|John]] must convince his parents - and himself - to act before it's too late.|http://www.nbc.com/constantine/episodes}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*This is the first episode of the series not to feature {{F|Angélica Celaya|([[Zed Martin]])}}.
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**This leaves only one cast member to appear in every episode: {{F|Matt Ryan|([[John Constantine]])}}.
 
*The best known literary Caliban appears in [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]]'s "The Tempest" and is the misshapen son of a witch, with magical powers of his own. The codename has, however, been used in comics on several occasions.
 
*The best known literary Caliban appears in [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]]'s "The Tempest" and is the misshapen son of a witch, with magical powers of his own. The codename has, however, been used in comics on several occasions.
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*A trick-or-treater can be seen dressed as [[w:c:dc:Robin|Robin]], another famous [[w:c:dc:DC|DC]] character, famously known for being the sidekick of [[w:c:dc:Batman|Batman]].
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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"The Rage of Caliban" is the sixth episode of Constantine. It aired on November 28, 2014.

Synopsis

When a murderous spirit possesses a boy, John must convince his parents - and himself - to act before it's too late.[src]

Trivia

  • This is the first episode of the series not to feature Angélica Celaya (Zed Martin).
  • The best known literary Caliban appears in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and is the misshapen son of a witch, with magical powers of his own. The codename has, however, been used in comics on several occasions.
  • A trick-or-treater can be seen dressed as Robin, another famous DC character, famously known for being the sidekick of Batman.

References


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