Two MiGs shoot down Harm and Mac; they eject, and two gypsies befriend them. The admiral follows them to Moscow, then Webb also. After a shootout the good guys help Harm and Mac to continue, and he hears about his father's life and death.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Zivot ...
Vasya (as Eric T. Zivot)
Vladimir Skomarovsky ...
Leeza Vinnichenko ...


A pair of Russian MiGs shoot down Harm and Mac's "borrowed" aircraft; they eject and safely reach the earth, where two gypsies befriend them by concealing them and helping them to continue their journey. The admiral follows to Moscow, where Alexei intercepts him too. The gypsy woman has a vision, which she believes to predict the future. Webb also shows up in Moscow, and he reveals that Alexei works for the CIA. Then they all meet at an airfield at night and have a shootout. Next the good guys help Harm and Mac to pursue his father's trail to its end, where, with Mac interpreting, he hears about his father's last years, his last day, and his burial. The vision truly recalled the past. Written by DocRushing

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22 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The script called for Admiral Chegwidden to lay a punch to Clayton Webb that knocks him to the ground. However, the scene became a little too "real" as John M. Jackson accidentally connected with Steven Culp (Webb) for real breaking Culp's nose. In an interview during his time on Star Trek: Enterprise (2001), Culp was asked what the most memorable moments of his career was. The runner-up he admitted was playing Bobby Kennedy twice. Once in a TV movie and the second time receiving third billing in the movie Thirteen Days (2000) opposite Kevin Costner and Bruce Greenwood. His most memorable experience though, was having his nose broken by John M. Jackson. See more »


Harm: Admiral?
Admiral Chegwidden: How are you doing?
Harm: Fine. Webb? What are you doing here?
Admiral Chegwidden: Getting decked!
[spins around and punches Webb]
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Most marasmic image of Russia I ever saw :)
5 January 2010 | by (Russian Federation, Moscow) – See all my reviews

Oh... During the whole episode I couldn't help laughting. This is the most unbelievable image of Russia I ever saw in American movies...

Guys, please, next time you film something about Russia, hire a good Russian consultant or at least ask some locals... The whole plot is a crap. ;) This looks like an attempt to show Russia as a wild-wild country full of square-shaped beef-witted humans.

Where are armed forces in Syberia from in 1998? You missed a century, I suppose. Especially such armed forces, that can rape women? How can you purchase a train ticket without showing your ID? How can you stand on the train-station in Perm, speaking English loud, looking American from top to toe and at the same time being unnoticed? And those secret games played in KGB? Oh ;) And remember, no one in Russia calls somebody "Major Nikolay". "Mayor Petrov" - yes. But ranks are never combined with first names. You kept me laughting even during the most tragic moments of the episode...

Next time you will picture a Russian woman from country, make her gestures look simple. Not so smooth and beautiful like ones taken from aristocracy. And I doubt plain syberian woman would know even who the Chekhov is.

C'mon, guys. You really need to learn something about Russia. Really. This episode even beaten that one with crazy skipper of some Russian ship. I laughed at that one also ;)

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