A blind psychologist, who is being terrorized by an unknown stalker, turns to Jim for help.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
Danny Green / Jackie Tetuska
Roger Orloff
Myron Katzin
Denny Miller ...
Alan Manson ...
Dr. Carl Rainer
Charles Martell
Peter Tomarken ...
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Thomas A. Geas ...
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Jack Garner ...


A blind psychologist, who is being terrorized by an unknown stalker, turns to Jim for help.

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24 November 1978 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


During Danny Green's (John Pleshette) first session with Megan, he mentions the hair salon he works at, is sending some other guy - 'Bruce Oliansky'. Oliansky is the surname of John's niece and nephew in-law; Adam & Ingrid. See more »


The phone number on Megan Dougherty's phone is 555-2368, which is the same number used for Jim Rockford's phone. See more »


Jim Rockford: This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Friend: [beeep and caller talks very quickly] Jim, I leave London four o'clock, arrive in L.A. at nine, I guess that's London time, yep, four to five is nine, minus twelve hours flying... no plus twelve hours, ah but then there's a time change...
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Love is Blind
18 August 2006 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Jim Rockford is walking on the beach with his friend and crony Angel Martin when he meets Dr. Megan Dougherty (Kathyn Harrold) on the beach. She resists Jim's efforts to pick her up but then calls on him when she finds herself being threatened by an unknown stalker. Dr. Megan is particularly vulnerable to attack in that she is blind. She doesn't help Jim much in his investigation by refusing to violate patient-doctor confidentiality, in looking for leads as to who might be after her. This is one of the more serious Rockford episodes and gives Garner a chance to do some straight dramatic acting as well as some love scenes. A two-parter.

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