Sam leaps into the body of Gordon O'Reilly, a bounty hunter trying to return his prisoner to the Sheriff in Decatur. He's arrested Diane Frost who was charged with forging her boss' signature on a million dollars' worth of checks and then skipped bail before going to court. According to Al however, Sam and Diane will be killed that very night. According to the information he has, Diane will shoot Gordon and will then herself be shot trying to run away. She proves to be quite a handful and tries to escape at every opportunity. The truth is that Sam is becoming quite attracted to her and when she reveals why she stole the money, he realizes that he may have put her in danger by turning her over to the local Sheriff. Written by
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The title is based upon the child's nursery rhyme A Hunting We Will Go. See more
When the sheriff comes to Arkansas and picks up Diane at the motel, the lightbar on the police car is a type not manufactured until the late 80's or early 90's. See more
[At the rear of the bus, insisting on Diane's innocence
Sam, I can see it in her eyes!
You do not. You may feel it in your loins, but you definitely do not see it in her eyes.
Sam!... I feel it in my loins.