The new dictatorial regime in a neighbor country of Thailand is eliminating adversaries. Mac and Pete fly and rappel to the rescue of an orphanage run there by Pete's platonic friend, Catholic nun Margareth. To Mac's surprise, her assistant is his own former girlfriend Debra Easton, now a religious novice, who helps him keep ahead with the orphans of the surprisingly resourceful captain Chanthara, who was barely outsmarted by Macgyverisms but shot both their rescue helicopter and its pilot Jimmy; Debra fall out, Mac dives after her, so Pete shouts the code Bulgaria: pick-up there in eight hours. While Mac and his mate run for the captain's men, escape after capture and face their own doubts, Pete and sister Margareth face theirs, repairs to the helicopter and a traitor in the refugee camp run by French MD Gilbert Arnaud.
Did You Know?
Actress Marilyn Jones, who plays Debra Easton, was born in Grosse Point, Michigan, which is a suburb of Detroit and may explain why she is wearing a Detroit Tigers t-shirt throughput the episode. See more
When Peter, Sister Margret and the children are flying in the helicopter, they do a wide shot and show the helicopter is smoking, but there isn't anybody in the back of the helicopter. They should have been visible with all of them packed into the small area. See more
[entering a hostile country
We just crossed the border.
Pilot says we just left Thailand. He's not a happy guy.
I don't blame him.
Written by Randy Edelman See more