Highway to Heaven (1984–1989)
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Summer Camp 

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy | Episode aired 14 July 1989
After suffering major burns in a freak accident, a top fashion model and actress becomes a counselor at a summer camp for blind children run by Jonathah and Mark's blind friend Frank.

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Mark Gordon
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Joshua Bryant ...
Caz
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Alex Caulfield
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Brandon Bluhm ...
Jerry
Paul Comi ...
Phil Lightell
Justin Gocke ...
Eric
Michael Boyle ...
Mr. Harrison
Phil Redrow ...
Dave Chamberlain
Charles Quertermous ...
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Christopher Burton ...
Mike
Luis Anaya ...
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After suffering major body burns in a freak accident, a top fashion model and actress tried to hide away both from herself and from paying offers to exploit her injuries. Jonathan and Mark offer her a job as a counselor at a summer camp for blind children run by Jonathah and Mark's blind friend Frank, and she accepts under her real name, but she doesn't count on falling in love with Frank and is terrified of him finding out her identity. What she doesn't know is that Frank already knows and is in love with her ... the real her. Written by Tony Scheinman

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Priscilla Barnes plays a popular sex symbol with an alliterative name (where both names begin with the same consonant), Tawny Turner. Her main claim to fame at that time was for replacing a popular sex symbol with an alliterative name on the show, Three's Company (1976) named Suzanne Somers. See more »

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Outstanding episode.
30 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode is excellent. It features Priscilla Barnes who gives an extraordinarily strong performance in the principal role of an actress who is spiraling down to self-destruction. Loathing herself, she wants to regain the innocence that she once had, and exchanged for material gain, and find love, but discovers that the road to salvation can be rocky. The story is engaging and plausible and deals sensitively and forthrightly with several themes - moral corruption, materialism, emotional conflict, self-esteem, self-identity, and superficiality. Further, it reveals Priscilla Barnes' skill as an actress and creative artist. Avoiding becoming stagy or contrived, the story offers a dramatic treatment of human interaction in all its complexities.


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