I've been blogging up a storm this week, so I'm going to try to keep this review brief. Which is pretty much standard operating procedure for these Haven reviews, anyways; even though the series is actually pretty good these days, it really does have NOTHING to do with Stephen King's work. They've mostly even given up on the wink-'n'-nods (or, as I like to call it, "the pandering"). However, since it does nevertheless have Stephen King's name on each and every episode, I feel obliged to at least say something on the subject.
So, let's get to it.
You might suspect, based on that image, that this is a high-comedy episode of Haven. You'd be wrong about that. The scene depicted in, indeed, amusing; but it's the only comedy in the episode.
This week, the Trouble causing our gang (...uh...) trouble is one involving a woman whose dreams have the tendency to come true. In a sense, at least; if something happens to her in her dreams, she wakes up with the physical evidence of it. Unlike most of the dolts populating this show's guest cast, she already knows about her Trouble; it has been in her family for generations, and she has developed techniques for managing it.