Crazy Like A Fox

Season 2 Episode 14

The Road To Tobago

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jan 29, 1986 on CBS

Episode Recap

A woman who was about to have her husband who has been missing for six years declared dead, asks Harrison and Harry to handle it. In court Harry claims that all evidence points to him being dead. The judge was about to declare him dead when he stands up in court. Now his wife doesn't want anything to do with him and demands a divorce, so in turn demands half of her assets, it seems she started her business with funds from his company. Harrison suggests that they settle but Harry thinking that he is extorting her and wondering how he missed him tries to look into it. He goes to see him at his hotel and there are all sorts of paraphernalia and he filches a coin he has. He later calls his wife and asks her to come over so they can talk. When she arrvies and knocks on the door he doesn't answer, she then leaves, what she doesn't know is that there is someone else in the room and her husband is dead. The next day after he is discovered and after finding her fingerprints on the door the police assume that she killed him so they arrest her. All of his things were gone so Harry has the coin examined and learns that it's from a country in South America called Tobago. When they tell her about it, she instructs Harry and Harrison to go there, hoping they can find someway to clear her. When they go there, their first stop is the chief of police, who unknown to them is the killer. They then go to his apartment and find something about a ship called the Santa Alicia. Later a friend of his approaches them and tells them that he was searching for a ship that a treasure in it, the Santa Alicia, they also learn that he and the Chief of Police were partners and the Chief tried to cut him out. Later the Chief tries to kill them but Harry manages to evade him and he drives his car off a cliff and they find the murder weapon on him and clear her.
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