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The Vile Village: Part Two 

The orphans find themselves under. suspicion in the wake of a devastating murder. But time behind bars leads to an important realization.

Director:

Barry Sonnenfeld

Writers:

Daniel Handler (based on the books by) (as Lemony Snicket), Sigrid Gilmer (teleplay by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Patrick Harris ... Count Olaf
Patrick Warburton ... Lemony Snicket
Malina Weissman ... Violet Baudelaire
Louis Hynes ... Klaus Baudelaire
K. Todd Freeman ... Arthur Poe
Presley Smith ... Sunny Baudelaire
Lucy Punch ... Esmé Squalor
Avi Lake ... Isadora Quagmire
Dylan Kingwell ... Duncan Quagmire
Nathan Fillion ... Jacques Snicket
Patrick Breen ... Larry Your-Waiter
Usman Ally ... Hook-Handed Man
Matty Cardarople ... Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender
Sara Canning ... Jacquelyn
Cleo King ... Eleanora Poe
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Storyline

Jacques Snicket is found dead and the Baudelaires are framed for his murder. Their punishment is set to be getting burned at the stake. They break out of prison and solve Isadoras couplet poem code to find them in the statue. The village chases them, and Isadora and Duncan manage to get to Hectors self sustainable mobile home. Written by Fran Waite

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 March 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Vile Village: Part Two See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Hector explains how all books are banned except The Littlest Elf. This fictitious book shows up throughout the books and the TV show. Within the world of the books, it is a story that Lemony Snicket particularly hates because it shows a dumbing down of literature and also is just a bad story. One of the novels was printed with a removable, reversible book jacket; on the other side, it was made to look like the book jacket for The Littlest Elf so readers could "hide" the true book in public. See more »

Quotes

Lemony Snicket: There is a term to describe the arrival of someone helpful when you least expect it. The term comes from very old plays. Which, near the end of the play when things seem especially dire, a powerful authority figure arrives on a mechanical device to save the day. And, for this reason, the term for such an occurrence is, "the god from the machine." Or, in the original Latin, "deus ex machina."
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Happy Birthday to You
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Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
Performed by Malina Weissman
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