Hart to Hart: Season 3, Episode 24

Harts and Fraud (18 May 1982)

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Jennifer is at fault in a minor accident. She and Jonathan are shocked when the victim dies due to complications, and then are sued by the grieving widow.



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Episode cast overview:
Ronald Camp
Charlie Brill ...
Marty Willis
Sandy Ward ...
Dr. Reston
Merrie Lynn Ross ...
Louanne Willis
Paul Waterman
Julie Payne ...
James Edgcomb ...
Travis Swords ...
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Jennifer is at fault in a minor accident. She and Jonathan are shocked when the victim dies due to complications, and then are sued by the grieving widow.

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Givitn Tort Law a Bad Name. Hrmph.
13 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One bad apple gives tort law a bad name here in this last episode of Season 3 when the Rolls rear ends a guy whose sole purpose was to get rear ended in the first place. As the guy plays it up big time for the insurance claim, the puppetmaster behind it all (veteran character actor Lawrence Pressman) offs the guy. Special appearance made by an original Pac Man video game. Extra Special appearance by a business card with oodles of interesting personal info on Jonathan Hart. Like that he lives at 3100 Willow Pond Drie, Los Angeles, Ca. 90099. (213) 657-1657 and (213) 654-1654. If you dial those, lemme know how it goes. Best dialogue of the episode --> Jonathan: "The Lieutenant also made it very clear that he didn't want us to be involved in police work. He said if there's something going on that we --" Jennifer: "I know. We should leave it up to the police." Jonathan: "Right." Most interesting, however, is that we appear to have learned Max's last name. The show gets itself into a pickle when they have Max sign for some documents, only to refer to that signature as a plot point later; and that name appears to me to be "Berman." Anyway, Jennifer spends the episode wallowing in guilt. When the Hart's figure out the scam, they send Max in undercover. Of course, while there, he almost gets killed, Harts to the rescue. Not that exciting an episode for the last one of the season.

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