Jonathan jeopardizes his assignment by falling in love with the very woman whose engagement to another man he's supposed to be overseeing.

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Libby Hall
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Earl (as John H. Lawlor)
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Max
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Jonathan jeopardizes his assignment by falling in love with the very woman whose engagement to another man he's supposed to be overseeing.

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16 January 1985 (USA)  »

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This episode is one of two season 1 episodes to star future Star Trek: The Next Generation actors. Wil Wheaton stars as Max, the troubled son in "One Winged Angel" (Season 1, episode 15). Jonathan Frakes stars as Arthur Krock Jr. in "A Divine Madness" (Seaaon 1, episode 8). See more »

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Mark Gordon: [after God drenches Mark and the cigarette he attempted to light up] Y'know, He must really care about me, the way He worries about me.
Jonathan Smith: Could be.
Mark Gordon: What do you mean, "could be"? Why else would He put my cigarette out like that?
Jonathan Smith: Well, maybe He's not so anxious to have you up there.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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