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Upon the arrival of Dr. Orwell and [[Count Olaf|Shirley]], [[Baudelaire family|Baudelaire]] children try to convince [[Sir]] that Shirley is really the Count in disguise. But, like all of the other adults, he doesn't listen.
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The optometrist and her secretary have come to put their dastardly plan into motion. They will use a hypnotized Klaus to stir up trouble around the Mill. This will cause Sir to kick them out and leave them at the mercy of the Count.
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Orwell has been giving the Mill workers "free eye exams" and has been hypnotizing them all these years. The Baudelaires realize that that's why the workers are so mellow and they take it upon themselves to find a cure. In the knick of time, Violet figures out that the words "inordinate" and "fire" will snap Klaus and the workers out of their trance. By saying "inordinate," she manages to prevent Klaus from sawing [[Charles]] in half.
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Now aware of their poor living and working conditions, the workers begin to revolt. This causes Orwell to trip and fall into the incinerator, while Count Olaf manages to escape with his Hook-handed associate. Nearby, the [[Quagmire Mansion]] burns down, orphaning three more children.
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Mr. Poe finds the Baudelaires and takes them to [[Prufrock Preparatory School]]. Snicket reveals that there they will meet and befriend the [[Quagmire family|Quagmires]]. Also, that [[Lemony Snicket]] and Count Olaf were both former students of the preparatory school.
   
 
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Revision as of 21:28, January 20, 2017

The Miserable Mill
Part Two
Adapted from: The Miserable Mill
Main character(s): Violet, Klaus, Sunny
Baudelaire guardian: Sir
Featuring: Charles
Main enemy: Count Olaf
Olaf's disguise: Shirley
Main setting: Lucky Smells Lumbermill
Library: Lucky Smells library
Key crew
Writer: Tatiana Suarez-Pico
Director: Bo Welch
Producer: Neil Patrick Harris
Release details
Story number: 4b
Season/series: Season 1
Premiere network: Netflix
Release date: January 13, 2017
Format: 47 minutes
Production code: 1.8
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A Series of Unfortunate Events
"The Miserable Mill: Part One" TBA
The Miserable Mill: Part Two was the eighth episode of Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events. It covered the second half of The Miserable Mill.

Official synopsis

Klaus just isn't himself after seeing Dr. Orwell, an optometrist with oddly optimistic patients. Meanwhile, Violet works to clear her parents' names.

Plot

Upon the arrival of Dr. Orwell and Shirley, Baudelaire children try to convince Sir that Shirley is really the Count in disguise. But, like all of the other adults, he doesn't listen.

The optometrist and her secretary have come to put their dastardly plan into motion. They will use a hypnotized Klaus to stir up trouble around the Mill. This will cause Sir to kick them out and leave them at the mercy of the Count.

Orwell has been giving the Mill workers "free eye exams" and has been hypnotizing them all these years. The Baudelaires realize that that's why the workers are so mellow and they take it upon themselves to find a cure. In the knick of time, Violet figures out that the words "inordinate" and "fire" will snap Klaus and the workers out of their trance. By saying "inordinate," she manages to prevent Klaus from sawing Charles in half.

Now aware of their poor living and working conditions, the workers begin to revolt. This causes Orwell to trip and fall into the incinerator, while Count Olaf manages to escape with his Hook-handed associate. Nearby, the Quagmire Mansion burns down, orphaning three more children.

Mr. Poe finds the Baudelaires and takes them to Prufrock Preparatory School. Snicket reveals that there they will meet and befriend the Quagmires. Also, that Lemony Snicket and Count Olaf were both former students of the preparatory school.

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Deviations from the novel

  • Georgina Orwell dies by falling into a Furnace, rather than being chopped to pieces in a log chipper.

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