Narrator: [Act One Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble sneaking aboard a freight train] Grand Forks, North Dakota. It is 26 months since the escape, and still another city has become a blind alley for Richard Kimble. The man with one arm, author of the crime for which Kimble was to die, remains elusive. And again, it is time to move on.
Narrator: [Epilog Closing Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble walking down a crowded street] Another town with its thousand faces. Examine them well. For somewhere among them, tonight, tomorrow, next week, will be one face that will tighten in recognition. And for a Fugitive, the running will begin again.
Lieutenant Malleson: [glances at baby in Dr. Kimble's arms] You're pretty handy with kids.
Dr. Richard Kimble: They cry. You pick them up.
Dr. Richard Kimble: You look like you needed a hand, that's all.
Preacher: And lo, a hand did appear. And a good strong arm to go with it.
Preacher: Peter? They named you after the wrong saint, Brother. Christopher, that'd been more like it.
Dr. Richard Kimble: No place for a child. How old is he? Four, five months?
Carol Hollister: Five months. But he's my baby and I can take him anywhere I like. Look, I don't have the money to go any other way.
Preacher: Are you bound for Fargo, too?
Dr. Richard Kimble: Like you, Brother, I go where I'm needed.
Carol Hollister: I married Jimmy when I was 17 and my father said it was... illegal. And if I go back to him, he'll charge Jimmy with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, or something.
Dr. Richard Kimble: What is your husband doing in Fargo?
Carol Hollister: We live there.
Dr. Richard Kimble: That's the first place he'll look.