A former Naval aviator from Vietnam jumps to his death from a 10th-floor window of a VA mental hospital in Baltimore. Maryland charges Roscoe Martin, a fellow patient and a character from a previous episode, with second-degree murder. Roscoe, who, predictably, justifies his behavior, calls Harm to defend him. After the trial takes an unusual detour, Roscoe and three other patients show up at Harm's pad, as do first a cop and later a SWAT team. Roscoe's efforts bring official attention to some of the problems with the treatment and the confinement of the patients in his part of the hospital. Bud and Harriet run into a problem with their project.
Did You Know?
The Martin Baker company is the manufacturer of the ejection seats used in most US aircraft. Anyone who had ever "punched out" of an aircraft would be a Martin Baker fan. See more
When Roscoe Martin is on a ventilator to keep him alive, there would not be an off switch easily accessible. See more