Randall Bolt, the man who hijacked the Mountie train in the episode "All the Queen's Horses," is about to be brought to trial. But his brother, Francis, who was the man conceived the ... See full summary »

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Francis Bolt
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Randall Bolt, the man who hijacked the Mountie train in the episode "All the Queen's Horses," is about to be brought to trial. But his brother, Francis, who was the man conceived the hijacking, has plans of his own. First Francis grabs Fraser and Vecchio, then he brings them to court with bombs strapped to them. When the Bolts make their demands, Fraser realizes something is not quite right. The brothers talk about a schedule that doesn't jive with their demands. When they leave, Bolt arms the bombs and Fraser and Vecchio have to figure out which wire, of the red, blue, or white wires, to pull to deactivate the bomb. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Trivia

Lester Holt appears as himself. At the time it was filmed, Holt was the evening anchor for WBBM-TV News in Chicago (from 1986-2000). See more »

Goofs

Fraser explains to Ray that "if I remember correctly, it was the Continental Congress of 1872 that spelled out the meaning of the colors of the seal." He does not remember correctly; the red, white and blue colors of the U.S. seal were adopted by the Congress of the Confederation in 1782, almost a century earlier than Fraser's reckoning. See more »

Quotes

Ray Vecchio: It's like that time with Frobisher, when that guy Counter stabbed you in the shoulder ...
Fraser: Geiger.
Ray Vecchio: What?
Fraser: The man's name was Geiger.
Ray Vecchio: His name is Geiger Counter?
Fraser: No, it's just 'Geiger', no 'Counter', and he stabbed me in the leg.
Ray Vecchio: Leg, shoulder, what difference does it make?
Fraser: Well, Ray, when you're the one being stabbed, the difference is remarkable.
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References Superman (1978) See more »

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