Drug lord Lorca instructs Walker and Terry to murder Field and Constance after the ransom is delivered. During an attempt to overpower his captors, Field is seriously injured. Sam ... See full summary »

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Drug lord Lorca instructs Walker and Terry to murder Field and Constance after the ransom is delivered. During an attempt to overpower his captors, Field is seriously injured. Sam commandeers a helicopter and flies down to the Caribbean to search for the kidnapped honeymooners. Constance uses herself to barter with Nick for Field's life. Written by Skip Eastport

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6 January 1981 (USA)  »

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Worse Than Part One
8 April 2015 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Continuing from part 1 which opened the debut season of the series Fielding Carlyle (Mark Harmon) and his new bride Constance (Morgan Fairchild) are held hostage aboard the yacht of glamorous ne'er-do-wells Nick Walker (Joe Penny) and his wife Terry (Judith Chapman). Their drug trafficker boss Lorca (Alejandro Rey) is blackmailing town power baron Claude Weldon (Kevin McCarthy) demanding half a million dollars for their safe return.

Claude, who can only come up with one-fifth of the ransom convenes a meeting of the 'committee' local power brokers in a suite at the cabaret/brothel run by Lute Mae Sanders (Stella Stevens). Since Fielding is their candidate for state senate and they are too invested in him they raise the remainder of the sum. The drop is made.

The wild cards remain Lorca, Nick and Terry as well as 'committee' member/wealthy playboy Sam Curtis (John Beck) who decides he wants to play the hero to impress Fielding's former mistress Lane Ballou (Cristina Raines).

Part 1 of this two-parter was so obscenely goofy that it was difficult to believe anything else could come off as so facile and vapid. Part 2 was actually far worse with its hokey, insipid and wholly improbably action/adventure scenes leading to an inadequate resolution.


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