Jack wants Colt to bring in a man who stole 10 million dollars in securities, whom she bailed out and gave his house as collateral but when he sells out from under her. So she assumes he is...
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Jack wants Colt to bring in a man who stole 10 million dollars in securities, whom she bailed out and gave his house as collateral but when he sells out from under her. So she assumes he is planning to run she wants Colt to bring him in so that she could revoke his bail. Colt thinks it might be a snap but the guy has someone making sure no one gets him. And when Colt tries to get him again, a woman gets in his way who claims that she is protecting him. Written by
Plot; Colt tries to capture a white collar securities thief preparing to leave the country, but runs into roadblocks from the criminal agency setting up his escape and an insurance agent trying to get to him first.
'The Fall Guy' is never going to force you to use that other %90 of your brain that we supposedly leave untapped. And of the %10 we do use, I'd say it probably won't force you to use more than %1. But you get a lot of bang for your brain power buck, as the entertainment returns are %100 every time. This is really just a fun show. The main cast is very likable, led by Lee Majors. If you only know him as Steve Austin, you really need to give an episode of The Fall Guy a watch. He just exudes a natural, easy going good 'ole boy charm that greases any squeaky plot gears an episode may have. Combined with fun stunts and a good dose of humor, 'The Fall Guy' is 80s action TV in the best sense of the word.
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