Highway to Heaven (1984–1989)
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For the Love of Larry 

A dog leads Johnathan and Mark to his owners, who are trapped in a car.

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James Edgcomb ...
Harvey Glazer (as Jim Edgcomb)
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Dr. Washburn
Boomer ...
Himself
Anne Bellamy ...
Aggie
Bucklind Beery ...
Sheriff (as Buck Beery)
Gregory Wagrowski ...
Razor
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Chris
Laurie Burton ...
Mrs. Glazer
Matt Norero ...
Larry Glazer
Moya Kordick ...
Shawna Glazer
Montana Smoyer ...
Waitress
Ron Tank ...
Newsman
Richard Hoyt-Miller ...
Observer
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Jonathan and Mark are constantly being hounded by a stray dog, whom it turns out is the spirit of the deceased dog of a father and son whose vehicle went careening down an embankment due to a blown tire while driving to a vacation spot and are out of sight of any searchers. Written by jlentzphx@gmail.com

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Drama | Fantasy

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8 October 1986 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mrs. Glazer: [It's very late, this is her second call to the hotel her husband and son were staying at; into phone] Hello, this is Mrs. Glazier. I'm just calling again to check on Harvey and Larry Glazier. Have they checked in yet?
[pause, then more worried]
Mrs. Glazer: They still haven't arrived?
[after another brief pause, screaming into phone]
Mrs. Glazer: WHAT DO I CARE ABOUT THE ROOM?
[Slams the phone down]
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Outstanding
11 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode really broadsided me at the ending. Even though this review is marked for spoilers and the only other published review for this gives away the ending, I still don't want to mention it.

Let's just say it was brilliant, wonderful, and incredibly touching (brought me to tears in fact). It was a marvelously crafted teleplay and after watching it again, indeed, the "clues" where there, but I did not catch them the first time viewing it. If you are caught up in the story as I was, you just don't. And that's the sign of a good story (such as "The Sixth Sense.").

A+ An incredibly solid episode.


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