A diplomat's slip lands Kimble in the only place he can't be re-captured: a Washington, D.C. embassy. Dr. Kimble ministers to the ambassador from a newly democratized African nation, when ...
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A diplomat's slip lands Kimble in the only place he can't be re-captured: a Washington, D.C. embassy. Dr. Kimble ministers to the ambassador from a newly democratized African nation, when the emissary is almost flattened by a D.C. cab. Everything looks cozy for the fugitive, who's in town to court an appeal specialist - especially bunking down the hall from the legation's man-eater secretary. Written by
[Glances at Dr. Kimble and Alison]
Uh... you two go on. Mrs. Unawa and I have a small domestic matter to discuss. We'll join you directly.
[Dr. Kimble and Allison walk towards the study and Allison looks at Kimble]
How does it feel to be referred to as a small domestic matter?
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Moving portrayal of Ambassador and Kimble's race against time
I thought this was a very enjoyable episode. The three main guest stars are all very good. Ivan Dixon's portrayal of the doomed Ambassador Unawa is touching. Diana Sands is effective, if not maddening, as his overly protective and meddlesome wife Davala. And Diana Hyland is both funny and touching as Alison, the Ambassador's secretary, who comes to Kimble's rescue.
The thing that I thought that was funny about this episode is that for all of Ambassador Unawa's wife's concerns about keeping trouble away from her husband and their country, it is she who brings the heat down on not only Richard Kimble, but on their embassy as well when she calls the police. Go figure.
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