The Fugitive (1963–1967)
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Landscape with Running Figures: Part 2 

Stranded in an abandoned town and awaiting help, the blind Mrs. Gerard realizes she is with Kimble. With her husband on the way, she delays Kimble's departure, hoping his capture will end her husband's obsession and save her marriage.

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Steve Carver
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Robert Doyle ...
Tommy
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Judee Morton ...
Joannie (as Judith Morton)
Robert Biheller ...
Beavo
Don Ross ...
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James Devine ...
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Stranded in an abandoned town and awaiting help, the blind Mrs. Gerard realizes she is with Kimble. With her husband on the way, she delays Kimble's departure, hoping his capture will end her husband's obsession and save her marriage.

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23 November 1965 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Lt. Gerard: [referring to Kimble] He's stuck in my throat and I can't swallow him.
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Part two is just like part one....with about 20 minutes worth of material stretched out to 50 minutes.
18 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode picks up from the last. Mrs. Girard happens to be riding the same bus as Richard Kimble and the bus has an accident. Kimble then is in the process of driving Mrs. Girard to find medical help because she was injured in the accident...and is blind!

Soon, the come upon a stranded car--not knowing it's a trap. Some thugs terrorize them and Kimble gets slugged with a tire iron. Ouch. Well, they get away...for now. When they do find a town, it's abandoned-- all because of some serious flooding nearby*. From here until help arrives, the two mostly just kill time...chatting. All the while, neither knows who the other is.

The bottom line is that while very watchable, you've got a two-part episode that EASILY could have been made as one. Because of this, it seems very heavily padded and it's a shame, as learning more about Mrs. Girard should have made for an exciting episode.

* Despite hearing that there is flooding nearby, I found it bizarre that the town is the same sort of dry, dusty Southern California town you see in most episodes....and no puddles or signs of recent rain!


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