The Greatest American Hero: Season 1, Episode 4

Saturday Night on Sunset Boulevard (8 Apr. 1981)

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FBI agents and Russian killers pursue a man and woman, Ralph's students are disillusioned and preparing to drop out of school, and Bill is given a lie detector test where he is caught ... See full summary »

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William Bogert ...
Norm Carlisle
Kai Wulff ...
Serge Valenkov
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Theresa Valenkov
David Tress ...
Mikhail
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Sherman
Joseph Warren ...
Harlan Cain
Ion Teodorescu ...
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FBI agents and Russian killers pursue a man and woman, Ralph's students are disillusioned and preparing to drop out of school, and Bill is given a lie detector test where he is caught covering for his extra-terrestrial and super-suit escapades, causing him to be suspended from the FBI until he takes a follow-up test. Bill comes up with a plan to resolve the high-profile FBI case in order to buy himself out of the failed test predicament, enlisting Ralph and Pam to help him. Written by Anonymous

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