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Tod and Buz,drive out of Cleveland, Ohio and a washed out bridge makes them stop and review the recent past. Why they left is explained in flashback. The predictions of a nightclub mentalist have been all too real for Tod, he has seen one after another come true. The last prediction is the scariest-his fiery killing of Buz. Written by dubchi

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12/7/62 "Only by Cunning Glimpses"
16 September 2015 | by (N Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

Tod and Buz are back in Cleveland where they see a nightclub act put on by Lois Smith, (her third appearance in the series), who is the estranged daughter of a college professor, (Theodore Bikel), who is a famous debunker of psychics. Lois is doing her phony but effective psychic act to embarrass him. Both Tod and Buz scoff at her predictions of doom but it's harder for Tod, who is told that he will be responsible for Buz's death, (an ironic suggestion as this will be his character's last appearance, save for "A Gift for a Warrior"). The joke about it but it becomes harder for Tod as Lois seems to know more about him that he would have expected and some minor predictions come true. In another good performance from Milner, (reminiscent of "The Thin White Line" from Season 2), Tod goes from joking about it to obsessed with it, with Buz going after him to try to bring him back to reality.

As it takes place in Cleveland, as does "Welcome to the Wedding" and "Everybody's Father's Daughter Must Weave Her Own" and no other episode this season does, I don't believe this is the last episode Maharis filmed. But we won't see him in the next four episodes.


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