Potter says he met a woman Danielle in WW1 which was 20 and older than him, which would make him a teenager in WW1. But in ep."Pressure Points" he says he is 62. The year was 1952 so his birth year would be 1890, making him AT LEAST 27 in April 1917 when USA started fighting in World War 1. See more »
A pretty French Red Cross aid comes to the camp. She is refined and interesting and Charles is smitten. He is a Francofile and they stay up all night talking about museums and sights in Paris. He realizes he is in love and she feels the same way. There is no problem in his mind that he has found "the" person after a couple of days, but it is her past that proves to be a problem. He has to search his soul and must act in a way that has to do with his heritage, his family, and his upbringing. This proves to be one of the saddest of the episodes, but it allows us to see how our implicit being overrides our desires. At least they sometimes keep us from happiness.
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