Jim helps a friend who works in the airline industry, who's apparently being pursued by a hit man, and she's no idea why she's being targeted.

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Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford (as Noah Beery)
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Timson Farrell
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Lori Jenivan
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Richard Stehler
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Jim helps a friend who works in the airline industry, who's apparently being pursued by a hit man, and she's no idea why she's being targeted.

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This episode features one of the very few times a scene takes place in - and is shot in - Jim's bedroom. The scene takes place after Jim's left Lori's apartment after she'd been frightened at the airport. We see Jim drinking a glass of milk, and eating a cookie (Oreo, it looks like), and gets ready for bed, and cuts to Lori's when he starts to set his alarm clock. See more »

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Evelyn 'Angel' Martin: [Rockford's Firebird pulls up in front of a dilapidated bungalow somewhere outside of L.A. He and Angel climb out, Angel talking with enthusiasm] Huh? What do you say? Is this what you asked for? Huh?
[He laughs excitedly]
Jim Rockford: Yeah, perfect... I couldn't have done better myself. How much?
Evelyn 'Angel' Martin: Look at that. You said no neighbors, right? Well, right over here is an empty lot and right on this side is an empty house, huh?
Jim Rockford: All right, Angel, how much?
Evelyn 'Angel' Martin: Listen, I got all the papers here, and all signed legal......
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One paranoid hit man
12 December 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Occasionally Jim Rockford does a pro bono case and usually for a friend. The friend here is airline reservation attendant Sharon Gless who while making a little small talk with a client she's helped before, John McMartin, she says something that gets McMartin on her case and wanting to terminate her. A narrow escape and Gless is on her way to see her friend James Garner.

McMartin has to be one paranoid hit man. Gless doesn't know what he does for a living but when she mentions casually how she took care of a flight to Detroit for him he gets huffy and flustered. Seems as though he did a recent contract there.

I mean really, he should have just ignored it or made a small joke. But McMartin is paranoid and therein lies the episode.

Nothing like having a PI for a friend.


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