The Harts come across an accident where a potential Olympic figure skater and her father are seriously injured. Inadvertently, they had just witnessed the preparation for an assassination and the shooter had tried to kill her.

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Dan Wilmott
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Torkensen (as Ron Joseph)
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Kyle Landon
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Susan Wilmott
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Randy Gardner
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Dr. Larwin (as Cyndi James-Reese)
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Lt. Croyden
Ted Noose ...
Muller
Christopher Lofton ...
Senator Stockwell
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Frank Radinski
Erika Leslie ...
Midge Stockwell
Don Bonacci ...
Henry Stockwell
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The Harts come across an accident where a potential Olympic figure skater and her father are seriously injured. Inadvertently, they had just witnessed the preparation for an assassination and the shooter had tried to kill her. After the accident, the skater has been left deaf and so Jonathan uses the resources of Hart Industries to give her an aid that allows her to hear. They also ask a friend, Olympic skater Tai Babilonia, to coach her. But the shooter hasn't finished. Written by jem

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31 January 1984 (USA)  »

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Mary Sue on Ice
12 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another mary Sue Story, this one channelling "Ice Castles." That movie was hot right about now, and so Ty Babylonia and Randy GArdner, bot of whom guest in this one. Ty does a decent job, actually. What annoys me about this one is what has annoyed me about most of the stories in season 5, and that's that the Harts don't have their own stories,they are there to prop up the guest star in the extraneous story of the week. This one is a good example. A whole set of story appears a sthe first scenes, and THEN we see the Harts after the multiple scenes setting the foundation are set. RJ and Stefanie look not so great this episode. Stefanie's hair is just a big, hot mess. But back to the story that drove me nuts, a teenage ice skater is being pursued by bad guys, and the Harts just so happen to drive by and save her and her father before the car blows up. Now, suddenly, they're taking full responsibility for her and her still recovering father. Will she be able to compete with ehr serious injury? Will she be able to compensate? Will the bad guys get her? Will these actors bet any better before the end of the show? All mysteries forthe Harts to take responsibility for and run with them. The girl is even staying at the Hart's. The close ups of the actors are also hysterically funny in a pathetically bad way. Theyr'e not skating on their own, they're making pretend motions to it appears that they are. That includes the lead girl, Jonathan, and Jennifer. Allt he kisses in the world between J&J are not goign to mask the fact that this is a bad episode.


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