"Dead Men Tell Long Tales" is the eighteenth episode of Forever. It aired on March 24, 2014.

Press ReleaseEdit

"When the owner of a treasure hunting salvage company is murdered, the investigation leads Henry and Jo on a chase to find the missing ship's gold and the killer, but they unearth a lot more than they bargained for. Ironically, the ship is the one where Henry was first killed. Meanwhile, Jo discovers romance as she is pursued by the handsome, charming Isaac Monroe, a very wealthy entrepreneur who is initially thought to be a person of interest in the crime. Their mutual attraction and chemistry is undeniable. What will happen between one of New York's most eligible bachelors and the street smart detective who is trying to move past her beloved husband's death? Finally, Adam reappears to offer his take on how Henry and he can finally rid of themselves of their curse."[1]




Guest StarringEdit

  • Burn Gorman as Adam
  • Cuba Gooding Jr. as Isaac Monroe
  • Don McManus as George
  • Kate Rogal as Margo
  • Luke Robertson as Davey
  • James Andrew O'Connor as Chappy Jennings
  • Jack Koenig as Captain
  • Souleymane Sy Savanne as Obi
  • Arthur Gerunda as Rick Rasmussen
  • Ron Menzel as Attendant
  • Wayne Scherzer as Sidney
  • Greg Connolly as President
  • Grayson de Jesus as Empress Guard


  • "Every person who has lived long enough has something in their past that must be forgotten -- a moment when they failed, or when they simply went right instead of left, and that simple choice changed their life for the worse. So we cover it up and forget. But deep down, we know it will comeback to haunt us." —Henry
  • "It's happened, hasn't it? I've become boring." —Henry
  • "My immortality is not a condition, it's a curse." —Henry
  • "I believe that 99.9% of everything can be explained scientifically. There's no fate, no magic, no curses, except for one -- my own." —Henry
  • "You brought your gun on a date?" —Henry
  • "A great alienist once told me that we must face those moments we chose to forget. Only by confronting our fears are we able to grow, to change, and to be able to face our next." —Henry





See alsoEdit

Forever Episodes

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