Pug Henry returns to Washington where President Roosevelt asks him to take an assignment at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. There, the U.S. Ambassador is none too pleased with the lack of acknowledgment from the Russians on the benefits of lend-lease but Pug is impressed with the work they are doing. All efforts to get Natalie, Louis and Aaron out of Lourdes fail and they learn that all of the internees are being transferred to Baden Baden in Germany. At Pearl Harbor, Byron reports for duty as Executive Officer on a new submarine, the Moray, commanded by his old friend "Lady" Aster. What he doesn't realize is that his friend is having an affair with his widowed sister-in-law, Janice.
Did You Know?
When Aaron Jastrow is transferred to Paris it's for treatment at "The American Hospital in Paris." This hospital really exists and was founded in 1906. Though accredited by the controlling organizations of both the USA and France, neither government provides any funding as the hospital runs on private and corporate donations as well as fees. This is the same hospital that Rock Hudson
was treated at with a new AIDS drug in 1985. See more
Madeleine says to her father Pug that Pamela's fiance, Lord Burne-Wilke, is a "blond dreamboat," but when we see him with Pamela later in the episode, the actor playing him has dark brown hair. See more
As Time Goes By
Written by Herman Hupfeld See more