On a romantic getaway, Jennifer meets the fiancé of a former journalism student, who recently committed suicide. Jennifer and Jonathan come to the conclusion that the death was murder, and get caught up in preventing another - Jennifer's.

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On a romantic getaway, Jennifer meets the fiancé of a former journalism student, who recently committed suicide. Jennifer and Jonathan come to the conclusion that the death was murder, and get caught up in preventing another - Jennifer's.

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11 January 1983 (USA)  »

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Stefanie Powers and Gary Lockwood had been married to each other but were divorced at the time of this episode. See more »

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Mostly sunny with a patch of clouds
27 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jonathan is just far too understanding in this episode. Here, he takes his wife away for a wonderful weekend, and she's all fixated on the apparent suicide of a reporter whom, unbeknownst to Jennifer, considered her her mentor. They seem unable to take a vacation without getting sidetracked into investigation. Beautiful scene between J&J early on about how much Jennifer loves him, how important it is to her that they have real talks, and that it means everything to her to just know that he cares and is there for her. I'm not one of those 'shippers that somehow have it in their heads that Stefanie & RJ had a thing in real life -- they didn't, guys. They're just actors. But they're actors who were very close friends, had a very real bond in friendship and as acting partners, and shared the same tragedy in their lives at this very time, the death of their spouses. So, during this scene, I did see Stefanie and RJ in that scene and not so much Jonathan & Jennifer. I'm not saying they were professing being in love with each other. It's not about being in love; it's about their bond of friendship. It really struck me. For me, I was THRILLED to see two Star Trek alums that were incredibly prolific. Gary Lockwood was in the Original Series pilot "Where No Man Has Gone Before" and is an icon to Trekkies for that reason. And then there's Andrew Robinson, who is an amazing actor and played the Cardassian, Garak in DS9. He was natural and effortless in this role. Only someone as talented as him could go from Dirty Harry to Liberace in the same career. Also, wonderful uncredited (in IMDb) performance from Peter Hobbes as the newspaper editor. What's all these uncredited roles all about? It's annoying that these wonderful performances are not being credited here in IMDb, which is not H2H's fault; just not sure how to fix that. From a critical viewpoint, Jenniver wears pleats. Sob. The StuntLockwood was awful. And someone help me understand why they were driving a piece of crap for the accident scene? If they didn't want to sacrifice their real car, they should have written it differently. Jennifer and the plane I liked; delivery of lines not so much. The times that Jennifer doesn't act mortified where by all rights she should be in hysterics are just a real pet peeve for me. RJ during those scenes, however? Fine, fine, fine job. I feel like it's some of his best work in this show. That might seem like a backhanded compliment, as it was a lot of talk, but I believed every single word he said. It was just exact and perfect, and believable as who Jonathan Hart is, and THAT'S acting. I could watch him deliver these scenes all day. Nice direction from Bruce Kessler.


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