Trying to come to grips with himself after the trouble with Burnett, Crockett takes a vacation that becomes a pursuit with three escaped convicts and their hostage.

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Kathleen Gilfords
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Walter Mills
Ted Bartsch ...
Fredrickson
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Yupster
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Trying to come to grips with himself after the trouble with Burnett, Crockett takes a vacation that becomes a pursuit with three escaped convicts and their hostage.

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The Florida State Prison is in Raiford on the northern end of the state hundreds of miles from Miami, and Big Pine Key is in the Florida Keys about 100 miles south of Miami, not the 20 miles stated. Additionally, there is one road that goes to the Keys- US 1, not "67" as stated. See more »

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I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
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Written and Performed by Hank Williams
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25 March 2017 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

Bad Timing was an episode which shows the series was starting to run out of gas, in the season final. I guess the writers run out of ideas after four or five season. Season five had some good episodes, but some episodes just well are lacking. Bad Timing had good character development. Good locations, and memorable acting by Don Johnson. Sadly, lacking in story. Crockett is on a holiday, after the brain injury, which is anything but restful. Two escape convicts with help go after there stolen money and run into path of Crockett. As much as the characters, acting, and cast have a stellar performance nothing can save this dog of a script. Starts out stylish. Then over the top humor. End with the predictable all problems come together ending. Bad Timing is lame but watchable. 4 out of 10.


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