Vicious and ruthless killer Ron and his antsy wimp partner Jimmy Lee Stoler are a couple of escaped convicts on the lam from the law. The dangerous duo break into a model home in search of ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Lee Stoler
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Bill O'Mell (as Jim McMullin)
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Denise O'Mell (as Melissa Brennan)
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Ron
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Vicious and ruthless killer Ron and his antsy wimp partner Jimmy Lee Stoler are a couple of escaped convicts on the lam from the law. The dangerous duo break into a model home in search of a safe only to discover a family residing in said swanky abode. Written by Woodyanders

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17 March 1987 (France)  »

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one of the better episodes of the series
10 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jimmy and Ron are two ex-convicts who hide out in what they believe to be a vacant model house where there's also money to be found for the taking. Things don't go as planned as they find that the house isn't quite so empty with a family living there. This episode is among the best of the series, thanks in no small part to the acting talents of James Remar as the homicidal Ron, he brings such a ferocious power to his role, that one can't help but be on the edge of your seat for most of the duration of the episode. And yes it's really that good. The twist ending is pretty damn cool to boot.This is one of the episodes that can be found on disc 2 of Volume 1 of the US release. It also has optional commentary by director Carl Schenkel.

My Grade: B+


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