Frank Converse plays an airline pilot from Pepper's past who comes back to get her just a year or two after his wife's death.

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Frank Converse plays an airline pilot from Pepper's past who comes back to get her just a year or two after his wife's death. Written by Ophiuchus811

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8 February 1977 (USA)  »

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And not only....

This episode is very interesting because in this story, you have actually two plots. Two plots in parallel; one, the killer, robber cow-boys and on the other side, the love plot between Pepper and her former sweet heart. You could think the two will collide at one moment or the other, but not at all, folks. Not at all. That's the true originality of this episode. The most excellent part is the love affair, and not the crime one, because this latest is the most predictable, nothing more. The love affair could be predictable too but so poignant, so moving. I could have imagined that the two schemes would meet; for instance the former lover being one of the bandits. But no. I like this episode, not the best, but interesting.


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