Picket Fences: Season 2, Episode 2

Duty Free Rome (28 Oct. 1993)

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Douglas Wambaugh finds a loophole that might grant Mayor Pugan a new trial after he is convicted of the shooting of the carjacker. Meanwhile, a very religious Catholic couple, who share a ... See full summary »

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Douglas Wambaugh finds a loophole that might grant Mayor Pugan a new trial after he is convicted of the shooting of the carjacker. Meanwhile, a very religious Catholic couple, who share a birth-defect causing gene, look to Father Gary Barrett of the local Catholic church for help and guidance about the absolute necessity for birth control. Also, Maxine begins seeing Dr. Sherve, a therapist about her sexual problems about not being able to find a man to love. Written by Anonymous

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Jill Brock and Carter Pike, both medical doctors, concur that spontaneous human combustion (SHC) is a legitimate phenomenon. Contemporary mainstream science shows that historic occurrences of SHC have reasonable, non-supernatural explanations - typically that a person is near a flame or heat source, and that the "wick effect" is responsible for the high burning temperatures and unscathed surroundings. See more »

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