Rich Man, Poor Man (1976– )
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Part VIII: Chapters 11 and 12 

1965: Tom writes Rudy that, if he has any rich friends that vacation in the Mediterranean, he should mention Tom's name. The yacht is called Clothilde. While docked in Cannes, Wesley takes ... See full summary »

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1965: Tom writes Rudy that, if he has any rich friends that vacation in the Mediterranean, he should mention Tom's name. The yacht is called Clothilde. While docked in Cannes, Wesley takes the boat out to impress some girls and damages the propeller. Tom has to find the hiding boy and recalls his father beating him. When Wesley approaches, Tom puts his arm around him and says tomorrow he will teach the boy how to repair a propeller. Falconetti sees the father and son pass by him in the night. College students show up at Rudy's house to protest and Julie answers the door, drunk and naked. The students make copies of the photos taken of her, so Rudy goes to the newspaper office and starts throwing stuff around, causing a shelf to fall on a student. The developing chemicals go into her eyes. Rudy asks Julie if they really try, could they be put back together. Tom and Kate get married and are expecting a baby; Rudy and Julie attend the wedding. After the wedding, Julie sneaks out in the ... Written by anonymous

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15 March 1976 (USA)  »

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Originally a two hour finale, in the 2010 DVD release, the episode's guest stars are listed at the beginning of Chapter 11 only. The top-line production credits (director, writer, novelist, cinematographer, producer and executive producer) are listed at the end of chapter 12 only. The final end credits (supporting guest stars and behind-the-scenes craft workers) appear at the end of both chapters. See more »

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