A pair of Russian MiGs shoot down Harm and Mac's "borrowed" aircraft; they eject and safely reach the earth, where two gypsies befriend them by concealing them and helping them to continue their journey. The admiral follows to Moscow, where Alexei intercepts him too. The gypsy woman has a vision, which she believes to predict the future. Webb also shows up in Moscow, and he reveals that Alexei works for the CIA. Then they all meet at an airfield at night and have a shootout. Next the good guys help Harm and Mac to pursue his father's trail to its end, where, with Mac interpreting, he hears about his father's last years, his last day, and his burial. The vision truly recalled the past.
Did You Know?
The script called for Admiral Chegwidden to lay a punch to Clayton Webb that knocks him to the ground. However, the scene became a little too "real" as John M. Jackson
accidentally connected with Steven Culp
(Webb) for real breaking Culp's nose. In an interview during his time on Star Trek: Enterprise
(2001), Culp was asked what the most memorable moments of his career was. The runner-up he admitted was playing Bobby Kennedy twice. Once in a TV movie and the second time receiving third billing in the movie Thirteen Days
(2000) opposite Kevin Costner
and Bruce Greenwood
. His most memorable experience though, was having his nose broken by John M. Jackson. See more
How are you doing?
Fine. Webb? What are you doing here?
[spins around and punches Webb