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The Miserable Mill: Part Two 

Klaus continues acting strangely following his optometry appointment, leading the Baudelaires to discover the dark truth behind the Lucky Smells Lumbermill.

Director:

Bo Welch

Writers:

Daniel Handler (based on the book series by) (as Lemony Snicket), Tatiana Suarez-Pico (teleplay by) | 1 more credit »
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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
Don Johnson ... Sir
Will Arnett ... Father
Cobie Smulders ... Mother
Catherine O'Hara ... Dr. Orwell
Rhys Darby ... Charles
Usman Ally ... Hook-Handed Man
Cleo King ... Eleanora Poe
Dylan Kingwell ... Quigley Quagmire / Duncan Quagmire
Avi Lake ... Isadora Quagmire
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Storyline

Klaus continues acting strangely following his optometry appointment, leading the Baudelaires to discover the dark truth behind the Lucky Smells Lumbermill.

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Certificate:

TV-PG
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Release Date:

13 January 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Miserable Mill: Part Two See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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Trivia

During the opening theme song; the owner of the mill's face is never shown, except from behind or covered in a cloud of cigar smoke. This is a reference to the "Miserable Mill" book where this character never has his face seen by anyone, but is always described by having a thick cloud of smoke covering his head. See more »

Quotes

Lemony Snicket: We all have skeletons in our closet, metaphorically, meaning "things from our past we'd prefer not leave lying around because they are painful or incriminating or would create unnecessary clutter." In my closet, I keep a 200-page book written by the woman I loved, explaining, at great length and in specific detail, the reason she could not marry me; which, if I were to leave out in the open, I would find myself reading over and over. It would be as if my darling Beatrice were bringing me bad ...
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