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Spring
Spring
Season 1
Episode 13
Date aired August 3, 2013
Written by Jerome Schwartz (Story)
Zack Estrin (Teleplay)
Directed by Stephen Williams
Stars
Guest stars Charles S. Dutton as Father Mickle
Amir Arison as Theodore Riley
Antoinette Robertson as Alima
Morgan Spector as Golem
Alex Manette as Jacob
Chandler Williams as Shepherd
Amy Irving as Melanie Lynch
Recurring Henry Kelemen as Messenger Boy
Previous "Ratchet"
Episode
"Zero is the number of mystery; an hour with no friend. Sometimes it's the beginning; sometimes it's the end."
White Vincent
"Spring" is the thirteenth episode of Season One of Zero Hour and the thirteenth episode overall. It is also the series finale. It first aired on August 3, 2013 on ABC.

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Jacinda Barrett (Anna Massey) was credited but did not appear.

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Summary
Episodes "Strike" • "Face" • "Pendulum" • "Chain" • "Suspension" • "Weight" • "Sync" • "Winding" • "Balance" • "Escapement" • "Hands" • "Ratchet" • "Spring"
Stars Anthony Edwards as Hank GallistonCarmen Ejogo as Rebecca RileyScott Michael Foster as Arron MartinAddison Timlin as Rachel LewisJacinda Barrett as Anna MasseyMichael Nyqvist as White Vincent
Recurring Amir Arison as Theodore RileyDylan Baker as Terrance FiskNick Blaemire as TimBeth Dixon as Rose GallistonCharles S. Dutton as Father MickleZach Grenier as Wayne BlanksGrace Gummer as Paige WillisAmy Irving as Melanie LynchJamie Jackson as Father MarkHenry Kelemen as Messenger BoyKen Leung as Father ReggieAlex Manette as JacobAntoinette Robertson as AlimaMorgan Spector as GolemSam Underwood as Martin KruppJonathan Walker as Stan JarvisChandler Williams as ShepherdDan Ziskie as Roland Galliston
 

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