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List of The Gates episodes

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The Gates
Title screen image for the ABC television series The Gates.
Genre Drama, Crime drama, Mystery, Suspense, Horror, Supernatural drama, Thriller
Created by Richard Hatem
Grant Scharbo
Starring Colton Haynes
Frank Grillo
Janina Gavankar
Chandra West
Luke Mably
James Preston
Marisol Nichols
Rhona Mitra
Skyler Samuels
Travis Caldwell
Victoria Platt
Justin Miles
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Gina Matthews
Grant Scharbo
Richard Hatem
Running time approx 45 min
Production company(s) Fox Television Studios
Little Engine Entertainment
Summerland Entertainment
Original channel ABC
Picture format HDTV 720p
Original run June 20, 2010 (2010-06-20) – September 19, 2010 (2010-09-19)

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

The Gates is an American supernatural crime drama television series that premiered on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network on Sunday, June 20, 2010.

The following article lists the episodes of this series in order as it was originally posted on Wikipedia with one exception. Since the SuccuWiki focuses upon Succubi, in addition to each summary, there is a short comment on what Andie Bates, the Succubus of the series, was doing that episode.

For further on Andie Bates, see her article in the SuccuWiki here. For the series itself, see that article here. For a general discussion of Succubi and their mythos in the series, see that article here.

Series Overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 June 20, 2010 September 19, 2010

Season 1: 2010

Episode 1: Pilot

  • Directed By: Terry McDonough
  • Written By: Grant Scharbo & Richard Hatem
  • U.S. Viewers: 4.64 million
  • Original Air Date: June 20, 2010

Nick Monohan and his family move from Chicago to a quiet community called The Gates. On his first day of work as the new Chief of Police, Nick must investigate a missing person report. The Radcliffes try to stay under Nick’s radar, not wanting him to learn of their involvement in the disappearance. Charlie Monohan makes a new friend at school, but she has a boyfriend. This is the first appearance of Andie Bates in the series. At this point, she is not revealed to be a Succubus.

Episode 2: What Lies Beneath

  • Directed By: David Barrett
  • Written By: Grant Scharbo
  • U.S. Viewers: 3.19 million
  • Original Air Date: June 27, 2010

Nick is uncomfortable with what he learns as he investigates the death of the last Chief of Police. After Claire's latest lapse in judgment, she must deal with its ramifications. Brett tries to work on his relationship with Andie, while she realizes she might have feelings for Charlie. She also notices a rash on her back and goes to see her Doctor about it. She is told that it is caused by stress and accepts that. However, the Doctor is lying to her as she knows full well that Andie is showing signs of being a Succubus.

Episode 3: Breach

  • Directed By: Terry McDonough
  • Written By: Richard Hatem
  • U.S. Viewers: 3.25 Million
  • Original Air Date: July 11, 2010

There's a robbery at The Gates which is found to be the work of a history teacher that works at the gates academy. Meanwhile, Brett does his best to get his relationship going again with Andie, although she still finds herself drawn to Charlie and breaks up with Brett. Little actual information on her Succubus nature was given in this episode.

Episode 4: The Monster Within

  • Directed By: Paul A. Edwards
  • Written By: Gabrielle Stanton
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.97 Million
  • Original Air Date: July 16, 2010

A hunter's disappearance brings unwanted attention to Brett and the pack and a secret affects Charlie and Andie's relationship. Nick and Dylan try to overcome their differences at a father-daughter dance. This episode revealed what Andie's powers could to do a man. After only briefly kissing Charlie, he passed out in class. Afterwards, Andie commented to Charlie how great she has been feeling since he got Mono. Lastly, Andie's father prepares to tell her what's going on.

Episode 5: Repercussions

  • Directed By: David Solomon
  • Written By: Scott Lloyd Nimerfro
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.89 Million
  • Original Air Date: July 25, 2010

A girl's gone missing, and there are those who'd like her to stay that way. It seems like Dylan is quite upset to find Nick poking around the scene of her disappearance. It turns out everyone's secrets aren't quite as secret as they'd like. Andie's father explains about what being a Succubus means to her. She will attract men unwittingly and kill them with the poison of her kisses. Andie then googles succubus to find out just what kind of demon she is, and it tells her the same thing her father did: you will kill boys with your body. Do not ever love.Andie sees Dr. Peg and is told that being a succubus is like being cold blooded. You can't regulate your own body. So her body uses up more energy that it can produce and has to tap it from others. Peg's been working on some way to fix the energy regulation problem, so Andie can take herbs like diabetics take insulin. Later on Andie asks her father whether sex with her mother drained his life force away. This quickly turns into a safe sex talk. At the end of the episode, Andie's Father tells Dr. Peg that he had to kill his wife because she was unable to control her powers enough to keep from killing him.

Episode 6: Jurisdiction

  • Directed By: David Grossman
  • Written By: Jared Romero
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.83 Million
  • Original Air Date: August 1, 2010

In the sixth episode of The Gates, Chief Nick Monohan investigates the murder of the town gossip. It appears she was killed by a vampire, given the telltale puncture wounds on her neck. Andie’s condition is getting worse, and yet again, she caused Charlie to pass out when she kissed him. She hasn't been taking the pills that Dr Peg made for her, but as the episode ended, we saw that in a bout of contrition for causing Charlie to collapse again, she began taking them.

Episode 7: Digging the Dirt

  • Directed By: Fred Gerber
  • Written By: Robert Hewitt Wolfe
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.62 Million
  • Original Air Date: August 8, 2010

Dylan and Nick try to find incriminating evidence against Frank Buckley. Meanwhile, Sarah tries to have the ladies of The Gates bond by planning a swimming party. Claire and Karen try to talk Sarah out of drinking Devon's tea as the effects are becoming worse. Nick and Frank in the end have an understanding and Nick finds out why Frank fought so hard to have The Gates against Harrison. Andie is suffering from severe side-effects of the medicine she is taking to keep her succubus side in check. Both Brett and Charlie can see something is wrong with her but it’s Brett she finally confides in, once she finds out that he’s different too.

Episode 8: Dog Eat Dog

  • Directed By: David Barrett
  • Written By: Gabrielle Stanton
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.59 Million
  • Original Air Date: August 15, 2010

Nick tries to defuse a possible turf war between werewolves and vampires; Brett and Andie's relationship rekindles; Mia turns to Devon for guidance. Andie breaks off her relationship with Charlie, and begins bonding with Brett over their shared supernatural heritage. Since Brett is a werewolf and can heal quickly, it’s possible that she will pose no threat to him, despite the fact that she is a succubus. He also pushes her repeatedly to embrace what she is and make use of her powers as a Succubus.

Episode 9: Identity Crisis

  • Directed By: Steve Miner
  • Written By: Scott Nimerfro.
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.82 Million
  • Original Air Date: August 22, 2010

An FBI agent searches for a criminal who may have taken refuge in The Gates; Andie grows weaker by the day; Charlie finds himself with an unexpected new crush; Dylan and Claire struggle to repair their bond. Andie kisses Brett and he proves that he can survive her powers. When they kiss, Andie's green veins and grey skin colour are mirrored onto Brett. Upon breaking the kiss, he recovered after a short period of time. Mia, Doctor Peg’s daughter, decided to help Andie by taking some of Devon’s Devil Weed and giving it to Andie, hoping that it would cure her. Andie saw Charlie and Brett's ex-girlfriend kissing and seemed to be reconsidering her feelings about him.

Episode 10: Little Girl Lost

  • Directed By: Steve Shill
  • Written By: Robert Hewitt Wolfe
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.39 Million
  • Original Air Date: September 5, 2010

Dylan and Claire ask Nick for help after Emily is kidnapped. Nick's search will lead him outside The Gates and to some horrific truths about their vampire past. Sarah, who's feeling left out, presses Nick for details about the case. The realities of Brett's relationship with Andie surface while Charlie becomes aware that those around him are not human. Andie breaks up with Brett and she tries to reconcile with Charlie. Andie admits what she is to him but is rejected by Charlie.

Episode 11: Surfacing

  • Directed By: Holly Dale
  • Written By: Grant Scharbo
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.09 Million
  • Original Air Date: September 12, 2010

A grim secret has been buried and forgotten in the sodden banks of the river ... or has she? Nick's past once again comes back to haunt him, and this time the demons are more real than he could fathom. Claire fears her own family is in jeopardy when Emily's Aunt Nancy shows up with a social worker in tow, asking pointed questions about life in the Radcliffe home. Dana realizes that a lovesick brother is a miserable person to live with, and endeavors to reunite Charlie and Andie. But the teen romance is put on hold when someone or something plots to torment the Monohan family. Charlie and Andie manage to reconcile and become a couple again. They both know that it won't be easy, but they both agree to try.

Episode 12: Bad Moon Rising

  • Directed By: Arthur Albert
  • Written By: Jared Romero and Richard Hatem
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.78 Million
  • Original Air Date: September 19, 2010

Buckley and Vanessa make a controversial decision that threatens to tear apart the neighborhood. Reeling from the discovery that The Gates is teeming with Supernaturals, Sarah pulls away from those who kept her in the dark and seeks respite in her friendship with Devon. But Sarah is about to find out that Devon is the one person she should never have trusted. And angered that Andie and Charlie are once again an item, Brett resorts to drastic measures--ones that will have lasting consequences. He removes the potion that Andie had been taking, thus causing Andie's needs to become worse over time.

Episode 13: Moving Day

  • Directed By: Fred Gerber
  • Written By: Grant Scharbo and Gabrielle Stanton
  • U.S. Viewers: 2.84 Million
  • Original Air Date: September 19, 2010

Devastated by Vanessa's death and Sarah's culpability in Buckley's suicide, the Monohans prepare to leave The Gates. But when Charlie runs away with Andie, it sets off a dangerous chain of events. Meanwhile, the Radcliffes are in hot pursuit of the elusive witch, Devon, who has the ability to destroy their entire race. Brett Crezki is also on the hunt, desperately trying to find Andie before her Succubus side emerges. As all these threads converge, it becomes clear that the one person no one can trust is the one person the Monohans need the most. Andie does become intimate with Charlie, and almost kills him. Devon manages to revive him but with tragic results. Andie leaves The Gates at the end of the episode.

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