Automan (1983–1984)
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Walter, Automan and Roxanne travel to an exclusive Caribbean resort called Club Ten. Roxanne gets a panicked message from her missing writer friend. They find they are all caught up in a diamond-smuggling racket.

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Heather McNair ...
Roxanne Caldwell
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Capt. E. G. Boyd
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Cursor ...
Himself
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Ted (as Marshall Teague)
Bruce Bauer ...
Randy
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Felipe Valdez
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Laura Ferguson
Amanda Horan Kennedy ...
Geri (as Barbra Horan)
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John Alderson ...
Rummy
Abraham Gordon ...
The Valet
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Walter, Automan and Roxanne travel to an exclusive Caribbean resort called Club Ten. Roxanne gets a panicked message from her missing writer friend. They find they are all caught up in a diamond-smuggling racket.

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25 August 1984 (UK)  »

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This episode did not air in the US originally; the series was canceled after the twelfth episode. It did air in the UK and Mexico, however, and later aired in the US in syndication. See more »

Quotes

[Walter is found lying in a sand trap with gun that killed Felipe in his hand]
Walter Nebicher: Mercer, you gotta believe me. I swear I never saw that guy before in my life. Look, somebody knocked me out. The next thing I knew, I was lying on the golf course.
Inspector Mercer: With the murder weapon in your hand.
Walter Nebicher: Well, I know it sounds crazy, but would I make up a story that stupid if it wasn't true?
Inspector Mercer: You do have a point.
Walter Nebicher: Well then, why are you locking me up?
Inspector Mercer: We're trying to prevent another murder - yours.
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Beat It
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Written by Michael Jackson
Performed by Michael Jackson)
[Walter dances to the recording at a party]
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