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The Wild and the Innocent 

Frank tries to find a girl and her murderous boyfriend who are looking for a baby that the girl's father forced her to give away.

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Maddie Haskell
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Bobby Webber
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Jim Gilroy / Jake Waterston
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Captain Bigelow
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A young woman and her boyfriend, carrying the woman's abusive step-father in the trunk of their car, go searching for someone the woman refers to as Angel. When the boyfriend shoots and kills a policeman during a traffic stop, the check run on the car's license plate leads to a link with a string of serial killings from several years earlier, which is where Peter and Frank get called in. As the couple continues their search for Angel leaving a trail of bodies in their wake, Frank must unlock the family's secrets to guess what their goal is and where they are headed. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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10 January 1997 (USA)  »

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This episode contains a scene where several characters watch a police dash cam video showing an officer pulling over a car in which the policeman is then shot and killed by the driver after being distracted by a noise coming from the trunk. One of the actors watching the video, Steve Makaj, had a very similar role in The X-Files episode "Ascension", where he played a patrolman who pulls over a car and is subsequently shot and killed by the driver after being distracted by a noise coming from the trunk. The incident was also recorded by a dash cam video. See more »

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Maddie Haskell: I was at church Easter Sunday, and the minister was talking about the mystery of faith, and how easy it is to doubt what you can't prove, and how none of us saw the miracle at the Lord's tomb that day, all we had to do was to believe in it hard enough, and it would be true. And that's what faith was. He said that we can't be weak, that we can't dismiss the miracle, that we have to be strong enough to make mysteries real.
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