Jarrod has an old friend from law school pass through Stockton who has ample funds,no job and time on his hands.A Secret Service agent soon follows and tells Jarrod his friend's "income" is... See full summary »

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Jarrod Barkley
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Nick Barkley
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Heath Barkley
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Audra Barkley
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Victoria Barkley (as Miss Barbara Stanwyck)
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Brett Skyler
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Monroe
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Clyde
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Ketchie
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Luther Kirby
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Silas
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Hyatt
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Ciego (as Mike de Anda)
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Jarrod has an old friend from law school pass through Stockton who has ample funds,no job and time on his hands.A Secret Service agent soon follows and tells Jarrod his friend's "income" is suspected to come from bank robbery and counterfeiting-Jarrod tries to unearth the truth. Written by dubchi

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19 January 1966 (USA)  »

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When William Shatner opens the false bottom of the suitcase with the fake/stolen money and they show the money to the viewer, at the top right hand of the case is a modern one dollar bill as is evident from George Washington's face. See more »

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Great Fun for fans of "Star Trek"!
13 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An okay episode.

Here we have that famously likable but rather inept thespian William Shatner show up as one of Jarrod's college buddies.

Naturally, he's involved with counterfeiting crooks and there's an interesting scene with a newly applied electrical alarm system, circa 1878.

Shatner is young and likable here, but there was never anything about him to suggest a great actor. No matter, his legion of Trekkies will stand up for him!

Not a particularly memorable episode aside for the fact that it has Captain Kirk of the Enterprise guest-starring.


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