Some cops who work for Dutch find a convict who looks like Reno. They turn him loose and orders him to commit crimes and claim he's Reno. When Reno learns of this, he and Chey go under the guise of a couple to find him.

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Tommy Bannon (as Scott Leet)
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Leo
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Lt. Simms
Ron Johnson ...
Sgt. Woody Bickford
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Lisa Comshaw ...
Sally
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Some cops who work for Dutch find a convict who looks like Reno. They turn him loose and orders him to commit crimes and claim he's Reno. When Reno learns of this, he and Chey go under the guise of a couple to find him.

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6 February 1993 (USA)  »

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Probably the most amusing "Renegade" episode up to this point
8 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

Trying to flush out Reno Raines, two of the dirty cops working for the ultra-corrupt Lt. Dixon devise an audacious plan: they set an imprisoned robber free and "hire" him to play the part of Reno Raines and go on robbing and shooting; when the REAL Reno Raines finds himself even more "Wanted" than usual, he takes Cheyenne with him and they go to the small Arizona town where the FAKE Reno Raines reportedly has his "base". What's especially amusing about this premise is, of course, that Reno has such a distinctive appearance that it would be hard to believe anyone can impersonate him convincingly, yet I have to admit that the guy they found does a passable job. The episode doesn't really make the most out of this idea, but it's still pretty fun. It's also nice to see Kathleen Kinmont getting a bigger part than usual. (**1/2)


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