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77 - The Phenom

Original title : The Phenom
First Aired : 02.10.1981 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Bernard McEveety
Writing credits : Reuben Leder
Cast : Robert Donner (Bernard Devlin), Dick O'Neill (Cyrus T. McCormack), Anne Lockhart (Audrey), Ken Swofford (Charlie), Brett Cullen (Joe Dumming)

The Story : David befriends a rookie baseball player who gets mixed up with a crooked sports agent.

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78 - Two Godmothers

Original title : Two Godmothers
First Aired : 09.10.1981 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Reuben Leder
Cast : Gay Hagen (Matron), John Steadman (Phil Giles), Penny Peyser (Lannie), Gloria Gifford (Grubb), Sandra Kerns (Sondra), Suzanne Charney (Barbara), Kathleen Nolan (Hackett)

The Story : David is kidnapped by a trio of convicts who have escaped from a women's prison. The situation becomes even more complicated when one of the women goes into labor.

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79 - Veteran

Original title : Veteran
First Aired : 16.10.1981 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Nicholas Corea, Reuben Leder
Cast : Jerry Loo (Vietnamese), James Saito (Viet. Interpreter), Barret Oliver (Jimmy The Kid), Michael Boyle (Junior Chamber of Commerce Emcee), Alexander Zale (Howard Miller), David White (Archer Hewitt), Richard Yniguez (Frank Rivera), Wendy Girard (Lisa Morgan), Bruce Gray (Harrison Cole), Paul Koslo (Doug Hewitt), William Boyett (Det. Harnell)

The Story : A disturbed man is plotting to assassinate a politician who was once a Vietnam war hero. So when David discovers evidence of the plot, he must warn the authorities before it is too late--even if it means risking his freedom.

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80 - Sanctuary

Original title : Sanctuary
First Aired : 06.11.1981 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Chuck Bowman
Writing credits : Deborah Davis
Cast : Rick Garcia (Truck Driver), Barbara Beaman (Sister Rebecca), Bert Santos (Franco), Paul Tuerpe (Father Young), Michael Santiago (Father Costa), Henry Darrow (Patrero), Jerry Hardin (Sheriff Dean), Guillermo San Juan (Roberto), Fausto Barajas (Rudy), Diana Muldaur (Sister Anita), Edie McClurg (Sister Pollyanna)

The Story : While working as a caretaker at a convent, David poses as a minister in order to protect a wounded boy who has been smuggled into the United States from Mexico.

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81 - Triangle

Original title : Triangle
First Aired : 13.11.1981 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Andrew Schneider
Cast : Christine A. Hayden (Servant), Georgia Schmidt (Librarian), Eve McVeagh (Landlady), Don Maxwell (Guard), John H. Fields (Detective), Bill Cross (Foreman), Jerry Sloan (Lyle), Lewis Arquette (Les Creaseman), Andrea Marcovicci (Gale Weber), Mickey Jones (George), Peter Mark Richman (Ellis Jordan), Charles Napier (Bert)

The Story : An irate lumber baron becomes a threat to David's relationship with a young woman, and tries to force David out of town.

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82 - Slaves

Original title : Slaves
First Aired : 05.05.1982 (USA)(CBS)
Director : John A. Liberti
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor
Cast : Faye Grant (Christy), Charles Tyner (Roy), John Hancock (Isaac Whittier Ross), Jeffrey Kramer (Marty Gibbs)

The Story : After being captured by an ex-convict, David is forced to work as a slave in a gold mine.

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83 - A Minor Problem

Original title : A Minor Problem
First Aired : 12.05.1982 (USA)(CBS)
Director : Michael Preece
Writing credits : Diane Frolov
Cast : Brad Harris (Jordan), John Walter Davis (Mark), Xander Berkeley (Tom), Gary Vinson (Sperling), Lisa Jane Persky (Rita), Linden Chiles (Cunningham), Nancy Lee Grahn (Patty Knowlton)

The Story : David enters a small deserted town that has been affected by bacteria. Now he must find an antidote for those who have been exposed to the plague--including himself.

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