Dr. Kimble meets with a fraternity brother who is now a professor of sleep research at a university and has seen the one-armed man working there. The professor has an elaborate plan to ... See full summary »

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Dr. Richard Kimble / Jerry Sinclair
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Professor Fritz Simpson
Geraldine Brooks ...
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Lorri Scott ...
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Carl Reindel ...
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Jill Janssen ...
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Perry Cook ...
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Dr. Kimble meets with a fraternity brother who is now a professor of sleep research at a university and has seen the one-armed man working there. The professor has an elaborate plan to extract proof from the man that he killed Kimble's wife. Written by Anonymous

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21 February 1967 (USA)  »

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Professor Simpson is erroneously referred to as Fritz Simmons in the Quotes section. See more »

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Lt. Gerard: Don't try and sidetrack me Simpson, I want Kimble!
Fritz Simmons: But you've got him! Kimble, Johnson, and the tape!
[Gerard storms out of Fritz Simmons' lab as a tape of Fred Johnson's confession to killing Helen Kimble is played]
Fritz Simmons: Lieutenant, don't you want your killer?
[Gerard storms into another classroom and finds Kimble, struggling to stop Fred Johnson from escaping]
Lt. Gerard: Kimble!
Dr. Kimble: Here's your man, Gerard!
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2/21/67 "The Ivy Maze"
3 March 2016 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

This is an important episode in the Fugitive saga. An old school buddy, (William Windom) is running an experiment on the impact of sleep deprivation- one of which seems to be an inability to lie. One of his paid subjects is a care-taker at the school- who happens to have one arm. It's Fred Johnson, whom Kimble believes killed his wife. Windom summons his old friend to help him work on Johnson and get a taped confession.

Inevitably, there must be complications. Windom was in love with Helen Kimble before he married Richard and his wife, (Geraldine Brooks) resents it. Out of spite, she calls Lt. Gerard. But this could be a good thing – if they can get the confession before Gerard gets his claws on Kimble. Obviously things can't be allowed to work out- not yet. But one gets the impression that Gerard might finally be beginning to soften up and question Kimble's guilt. The endgame is coming.


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