Hoss turns to a clairvoyant named Judith Coleman to help in a search for Jamie, who has gotten lost in the high country. However, Judith is reluctant to help out, fearing that her psychic ... See full summary »

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Hoss turns to a clairvoyant named Judith Coleman to help in a search for Jamie, who has gotten lost in the high country. However, Judith is reluctant to help out, fearing that her psychic abilities will ruin her engagement to a minister who opposes her gift as witchcraft. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Could have been an entertaining show.
24 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a strange episode for the series, Jamie has been injured and is far away from the Cartwright's house. Before long people start to worry about Jamie when he does not return and begin searching for him. Meanwhile, Jamie has regained consciousness and began wandering incoherently through the woods. And it looks like no one will find him before time runs out.

It just so happens that in town is a woman, Judith Corman, who happens to have some special psychic power. Because some adults, especially religious people, do not understand the power and have caused her trouble in the past- she refuses to use the gift. But that does not stop Hoss from asking for help. And with Judith falling in love with a minister, trouble may just be around the corner.

For some reason, the story just was not that exciting. Yes, we had Jamie bleeding and staggering through the woods and that got old fast. Too much time was spent in the woods and not enough time with interesting telepathic female. Not to take anything away from the fine performance that Joan Hackett gave to the script, it just felt like the show was dragging.


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