Magnum, P.I. (1980–1988)
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Two Birds of a Feather 

A single engine light aircraft being flow from California to Hawaii crashes in the tidal pool at the estate.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Magnum
... Higgins
... TC
... Orville 'Rick' Wright
... Peter Jordan
... Nick
... Jenny 'Jen' Hunter
... Sam Hunter's Mother
John DiSanti ... Gallagher / 'Gargoyle'
... Sato (as Soon-Teck Oh)
... Sam Houston Hunter
Matthew Faison ... Lee Childress
Chad Sheets ... Kip Hunter
... Mark
Emmett Dennis III ... Twiggy (as Emmett Dennis)
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A small plane crashes into the estate's tidal pool. Magnum saves the pilot, Sam Hunter. Hunter was delivering the plane from the mainland and can't help but wonder why he ran out of fuel. Magnum for some reason thinks he knows him but doesn't know where. Hunter returns to the mainland and everyone accuse him of fouling up but he maintains he didn't do anything wrong. He goes home to Texas for his son's birthday. Back in Hawaii someone breaks into the estate and looks for something inside the plane Magnum goes out and sees them and they shoot at him. Magnum finds that there are some lead bars in the plane. He then calls Hunter who tells him about the lead and the man he was delivering the plane to. It seems like the man involved in some shady business which prompts Hunter to go back to the airfield to confront the man he thinks placed the lead in the plane. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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TV-PG
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17 March 1983 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is based on the common expression: Birds of a feather flock together. This expression has been around since at least the 16th century as: "Birds of one kind and color flock and fly always together." See more »

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A different Lear Jet (with two windows) was shown in the aerial confrontation near the show's end. See more »

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