A young man accidentally kills the driver of a Jeep Kimble is riding in. Kimble gets away, but is later captured by Gerard in a remote cabin. But the real danger is from the boy's father ...
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A young man accidentally kills the driver of a Jeep Kimble is riding in. Kimble gets away, but is later captured by Gerard in a remote cabin. But the real danger is from the boy's father who is determined to protect his son, no matter what.Written by
A Dude Named Dude
Martin Priest and George Savalas are listed in the credits, but their scene is missing from the episode as it runs in syndication. See more »
Lt. Philip Gerard:
[Sees Kimble wincing and favoring his right arm]
What's the matter with your arm?
Dr. Richard Kimble:
Tore the muscle when the jeep turned over.
[Gerard puts away his handcuffs, which he was going to use on Kimble]
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When the show begins, Gary Keller (Beau Bridges) is playing with a rifle--aiming it at cars and imagining what it would be like to pull the trigger. Soon, his father, Steve (Telly Savalas), arrives and they talk...and all of the sudden, Gary inexplicably pulls the trigger--striking the driver of a jeep that is driving by! The vehicle flips and the passenger, Richard Kimble, is hurt...the driver, a local preacher, is dead!
Soon folks put 2 and 2 together and come up with 37! In other words, they automatically assume that Kimble murdered the guy. When Lt. Girard hears about this, he insists that this isn't like Kimble at all and he couldn't have been responsible for the killing.
In the meantime, Steve Keller catches up to Kimble and threatens to kill him unless he keeps his mouth shut about the gunshot. After all, Steve will do ANYTHING to keep his stupid son from going to prison. Steve tells Kimble that he'll not only kill him but Girard...who has just caught up to them. What can Kimble do to escape AND protect Girard?
Overall, a decent episode though I love how they referred to the shooting as an accident. Nope...sure didn't look like one to me! That kid has issues!
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