In April 1960 Sam leaps into the body of a New York City police detective, Tom McBride, who is traveling with his new bride Diane on the Honeymoon Express, the train from New York to Niagara Falls. He soon realizes that Diane's violent ex-husband is stalking her and that he has every intention of murdering them. Meanwhile, Adm. Al Calavicci finds himself before a very skeptical Senate committee reviewing the project's budget. What they don't realize is that Sam's trip on the train and the Senate investigation are definitely linked.
Did You Know?
Diane Brown McBride was born in 1934. See more
Diane's review of Constitutional Law as applied to voting predated the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court in Reynolds v. Sims, decided in 1964. See more
Your lack of fear shows how little you know of me. Maybe I should tell you a little war story, about a woman I used to know. She had a Nazi lover. And she gave him the names of everyone in our village who was with the Resistance. The Gestapo caught, tortured, and hung them all. All but me.
You killed her?
She didn't give them your name?
No. I suppose because she was my mother.
That's the Way (I Like It)
Written by Harry Wayne Casey
and Richard Finch
Performed by KC & The Sunshine Band See more