Route 66: Season 4, Episode 23

Part Two: Where There's a Will, There's a Way (13 Mar. 1964)

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Tod and Linc find the end of the road is Tampa,Florida. The four year journey of "trying to catch a star" and "finding a place in this world" has been accomplished for one of them. ... See full summary »

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Margo Stiles
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Otis Tiffin
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Michael Tiffin (as Alex Viespi)
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Samantha
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Leon Tiffin
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Monty Musgrave
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Tod and Linc find the end of the road is Tampa,Florida. The four year journey of "trying to catch a star" and "finding a place in this world" has been accomplished for one of them. Ironically,they both travel to Houston,Texas at the conclusion of this episode-but not together. Written by dubchi

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Echoing AudioFileZ's excellent review
3 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

AudioFileZ says it all. It's nice to read a perspective that solidifies our thoughts. We've enjoyed the series - in particular George's acting prowess, the old architecture and many guest stars. The second season became an anticipation of when Buz would get doused again, but we were never left in suspense. Silliphant got sillier as the series rolled along. An eagerness to get back on track kept us watching. We were rewarded with a few gems. Our fave episodes are: Fly Away Home 1 & 2 (a sprinkle of magic dust from both Michael Rennie & Dorothy Malone, who sings 'I Wish You Love'~ the charming bluebird in the spring song) Incident on a Bridge (Quasimodoish - a bittersweet spin of a phonograph) A Month of Sundays (Honey West, need we say more?) Good Night, Sweet Blues (for Ethel's smile & ending brass crescendo) A City of Wheels (the Vette rolls to the Vets') You Never Had It So Good (a step up in cinematography) Man Out of Time (a slice of humanity) Shadows of an Afternoon (eyewitness overcomes a myopic mindset) Child of a Night (Sylvia Sidney steadfast in a daunting wind) Who in His Right Mind Needs a Nice Girl (hang in there 'lil tomato) Where There's a Will, There's a Way 2 (hilarious foreign language spoof ala Sid Caesar but otherwise great talents and a time for doing something special with them passes us by)

In the end, Linc's pause and amble away from the Corvette is a bit mysterious. It left us wondering what road his next ride would be on.


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