In what was a pleasant surprise, and a rare occurrence to boot, both segments from this episode were written very well, and had some originality in regards to this show. Some of the faces include Martin Milner, Barbi(Klein)Benton, Dennis Cole, Bert Convy, and Teri Copley, who had a minor career worth mentioning. One aspect that really stood out is the involvement of Mr. Rourke, who usually gets a few scenes here and there, but he was in many scenes in both stories, and he even sings in one of them! I found Klein, I mean Benton, slightly annoying here as an aging woman wanting to be desirable again, although she becomes more arrogant, and this bothers Mr. Rourke, even though he really knows why she acts this way, but he lets her fantasy continue a bit longer. There is an interesting twist involving her and Hal(Convy)that I won't spoil, but it comes together nicely. Look for a disco dancing party also, even though I thought disco was dead by 1981. The other story has a man(Milner)looking for another man(Cole)to bring to justice for war crimes he committed many years ago. There's also a few twists and turns in this segment as well, but as I said above, both stories have decent subject matters that worked for me, even though this isn't one of my favorites.
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