A woman requests a letter to her ex be retrieved because it contains a valuable lottery ticket. Meanwhile Oliver and Shane struggle to navigate their new romance; and Norman and Rita encounter a rough patch in their relationship.
The DLO postals give testimony before a closed Congressional committee regarding an American soldier missing in action and presumed dead whose daughter they met previously. At the same time... See full summary »
The POstables are on a mission to deliver a soldier's letter from Afghanistan to a teenager who's being relentlessly bullied, while Oliver's estranged father surprises him with news that shakes him to his core.
When the beloved quartet of postal detectives- Oliver (Mabius), Shane (Booth), Rita (Lowe) and Norman (Gustafson)-discover an urgent letter written to God, they delay their own travel plans... See full summary »
The Postables take a road trip in an old Winnebago in order to track down a small boy who they fear may have been kidnapped. The discovery of a 1980's era instant camera and the unusual ... See full summary »
The quote Oliver recites at the end of the movie is from an old Scottish folk song. "The water is wide I cannot cross over, and neither have I the wings to fly. Give us a boat that can carry two, and both shall row my love and I." See more »
More quirkiness and sweetness along with continuing puppy love.
There are perhaps four stories going on which are stretched out as they are woven together. One is a historical story speculating on what might have been for Abraham Lincoln. Another is the usual dead letter story which in this case is 15 years old. The last two are the developing affairs of our two Postables couples.,
I think that these Postables stories are best enjoyed by the faithful fans. Others may not take to this blend of romance and nerdy humor.
The acting in this particular episode is a little more conventional than in some episodes.
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