Johnny Bago

Season 1 Episode 3

Johnny's Mannly Act

Aired Unknown Unknown on CBS
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Johnny's Mannly Act
A local sheriff is chasing his daughter Lola, who has run off with her boyfriend. But at a gas station she ditches the boyfriend and sneaks onto Johnny's winnebago. They go to Four Corners RV park together, near the intersection of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. Johnny is enjoying her company until he finds out she's 17, and he's just transported her across 4 state lines. Beverly, on the other hand, is happy about this, as it would mean an extra 20 year sentence tacked onto his murder charge, for violation of the Mann Act. Meanwhile, she hooks up with a travelling shoe salesman, who later turns out to actually be Goose, the latest hit man sent after Johnny. At the RV park, Johnny and Lola meet a couple named Buddy and Jo, and pretend to be married themselves. Johnny wants Lola to stay with them for the night, but they insist Johnny and Lola work on their "marital difficulties." Eventually Johnny convinces Lola she's got it pretty good back home, and that she should go back there. She later sneaks into Goose's car so he'll be stopped at a state checkpoint, providing the cops with a distraction so Johnny can get away.moreless

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    Kelly Mullis

    Kelly Mullis


    Guest Star

    Richard Romanus

    Richard Romanus


    Guest Star

    Marshall Bell

    Marshall Bell

    Clark Jordan/Goose

    Guest Star

    Anna Berger

    Anna Berger

    Ma Tenuti

    Recurring Role

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      • I'm not sure of the proper order of episodes, but I think this must be an early one. At one point, Vincent calls Tommy Testarone the last hitter to fail, which is a bit odd since he was actually the first hitter, and I'm pretty sure this couldn't be the second episode. I could be wrong, but I'm chalking this up to a scripting snafu.
        Look closely at the scene where Johnny's mother reads his letter at the end; I believe that scene (or a piece of it) serves double-duty as her letter-reading scene at the end of "Lady Madonna."

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