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The Day in Question
Season One
Episode 8
Airdate April 4, 2016
Written by Bridget Carpenter
Directed by James Strong
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The Day in Question is the eighth and final episode in the Hulu original series, 11.22.63. It originally aired on April 4, 2016.


The past pulls out every weapon it has to keep Jake from reaching Dealey Plaza in time to save Kennedy. If he fails, it could mean death for Jake or others close to him. If he succeeds, it could create a world in which he loses everything he has ever known. What is the cost of doing the right thing?


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Chris Cooper did not appear and received credit only.

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When Jake goes back to 2016 the first time, a building in the distance has the words "Captain Trips" spray-painted on it. This is a reference to the disease that killed off most of the people on earth in Stephen King's "The Stand".[1]


  1. 11.22.63, Trivia on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on September 12, 2019.
James Franco as Jake EppingSarah Gadon as Sadie DunhillCherry Jones as Marguerite OswaldGeorge MacKay as Bill TurcotteDaniel Webber as Lee Harvey OswaldT.R. Knight as Johnny ClaytonKevin J. O'Connor as Yellow Card ManJosh Duhamel as Frank Dunning
Guest Starring
Gil Bellows as James HostyGrantham Coleman as Bonnie Ray WilliamsWilbur Fitzgerald as Will FritzLeon Rippy as Harry DunningConstance Towers as Old Sadie Dunhill
Co-Starring (select)
Russell Ferrier as Agent ShanklinChris Phipps as John F. KennedyDeanna Cahill as Jacqueline Kennedy (motorcade) • Pip Dwyer as Jacqueline Kennedy (voice)
Series Navigation
"The Rabbit Hole" "The Kill Floor" "Other Voices, Other Rooms" "The Eyes of Texas" "The Truth" "Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald" "Soldier Boy" "The Day in Question"