Dr. Kimble returns to his hometown where he reunites with his father John, and his loving sister Donna, who absolutely believe in his innocence, but Kimble's bother Ray has serious doubts about him.

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Ray Kimble
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Dr. Kimble returns to his hometown where he reunites with his father John, and his loving sister Donna, who absolutely believe in his innocence, but Kimble's bother Ray has serious doubts about him.

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7 January 1964 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of the episode, Kimble is seen arriving in Stafford with a carry bag, and we see it several times at his sister's house. At the conclusion of the show, we see Kimble's brother driving him to the bus stop, and Kimble boards it empty-handed. See more »

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Dr. Richard Kimble: [to his father] I'll outrun Gerard... I'll outlast him. I'll live long enough for him to see me cleard.
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A less than perfect homecoming....
9 March 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In the middle of the first season of "The Fugitive", Dr. Kimble finally makes his way to his old hometown of Stafford, Indiana. It's a tough decision...since it's also the home of Inspector Gerard. But it's apparently been two years since he was convicted of murder and he's just dying to see his family...especially since his father is old and in ill health. Sadly, although his sister and father are thrilled for this short visit, his brother, Ray, is less than thrilled. He resents his brother...and even thinks he might just be guilty. So Richard needs to contend with this AND the ever-present Gerard in this bittersweet homecoming.

This is a good episode of "The Fugitive" because it helps build more backstory for the main character. You'll see more of the family, particularly his sister, in later installments. Well worth seeing and a different sort of pace for the series.


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