Over a span of three seasons and more than sixty-five episodes, this remarkable dramatic program accommodated many different brands and styles of storytelling -- including some unexpected lunges into comedy -- and the face who always held it all together belonged to Lance Henriksen.
And sure enough, when Frank's friend Bletch enters the yellow house during a storm -- now a yellow house of horrors -- be afraid. Be very afraid...
3. "Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense:" Don't Be Dark, Frank.
This courageous and self-less act represents Frank's ethos in a nutshell. It's that father instinct. It's that tenacious unwillingness to give up on someone he has sworn to protect. He will literally do anything to help another human being, even at great risk to himself.