Kimble falls in love with a co-worker, but a secret she keeps prevents her from going out with him. An equally mysterious man visits Barbara each Friday afternoon at work. When Barbara says she can't go away for the weekend to a deserted, romantic getaway, Kimble is crushed. The radiant Barbara seems to love the fugitive too, but admits something holds her back. The lake resort is right on Kimble's Pacific Northwest truck route, so with nothing to do for the weekend he stops by without her. What's the relationship between enigmatic Barbara and her silent visitor ?Written by
There is no Lake Shohalis in Washington. There is the town of Chehalis, about 90 south of Seattle. There is also a Chehalis River. There are many lakes in the area and resorts. See more »
[Opening Narration. Viewers see Richard Kimble driving a rig for the Leonard Freight Company]
For Richard Kimble, a squawkish radio phone has become a warm voice, a sympathetic human contact, a relief from the terrible ache of loneliness.
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I've seen this episode many times, but the last time I saw it I noticed in the epilogue that as Kimble walks free down the street, having once more eluded capture, he goes past the "Del Floria Tailor Shop" sign from "The Man From U. N. C. L. E." The railing leading to the below ground entrance is there also. While in the U. N. C. L. E. series the entrance is usually shot head on or from a high crane, in this shot we see it from side walk level behind Kimble as he walks past it. I had go back to verify what I thought I had seen. Has anyone else seen this? I don't ever remember having seen something so prominent from one series put in another series like this.
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