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Season 1, Episode 2
Airdate June 7, 2003
Production Number
Writer(s) Andrew Marshall
Director(s) Joe Ahearne
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Kaa-Jinn is the second episode of the first season of Strange, and the third episode overall.

Cast: Leon Lee (Customer), Dermot Keaney (Ron), George Maguire (Jason), Martin Delaney (Billy), Adam Paul Harvey (Matthew), Michael Hadley (Reverend Morris), Richard Coyle (John Strange), Andrew Lee Potts (Toby), Samantha Janus (Jude Atkins), William Tomlin (Joey), Timmy Lang (Kevin), Samuel Barnett (Doddington), Ian Richardson (Canon Black), Patrick Cody (Postman), June Bailey (Mrs Clapperton), Alexis Zegerman (Betty), Sally Giles (Lucy), Peter Sullivan (Bob), Pauline Whitaker (Billy's Mother), Ellen Thomas (Mrs Andoh), Tim Stedman (TV Presenter), Tim Baggley (Kaa-Jinn)


Plot Overview


Demon of the Week

  • Kaa-Jinn and Kwazami: The demon Kwazami marks his victims with a sacrificial sign and cuts off a body part with a glowing sword at the instant of their death. Once a complete body has been assembled, Kwazami's master Kaa-Jinn will be resurrected.

Arc Advancement


Allusions and References

Toby: No headless bodies reported unless you count EastEnders.
  • Lennox Lewis: A British professional boxer, Lewis held several titles as world heavyweight champion starting from 1993 and until his retirement in 2004.
Strange: Yeah, I should never have taken on Mrs. Andoh before defeating Lennox Lewis.



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