The Greatest American Hero: Season 2, Episode 9

Train of Thought (13 Jan. 1982)

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Ralph suffers amnesia after a collision with a train and can't remember who he is, or what his super powers are. Meanwhile a terrorist cell plans to release atomic waste in a small town.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jean LeClerc ...
David Tress ...
Dr. Gardner
Dave Shelley ...
Marshall (as Frank McCarthy)
Sonia Petrovna ...
Judd Omen ...
Robert Alan Browne ...
Office Supervisor
Jimmy Lydon ...
McGivers (as James Lydon)


Ralph and Bill are pursuing some terrorists who steal a train. Ralph chases them but crashes into the train. He's knocked out. So Bill takes him to the hospital. Pam goes there and Ralph wakes up. When he sees Bill, he doesn't recognize him. They deduce that he forgot from the moment he met Bill and they met the aliens because Ralph had a little trouble accepting meeting the aliens so he blocked it out. They try to get him to remember because the train the terrorists took has radioactive material. Written by

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Written by Stephen Geyer
Performed by Joey Scarbury
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