Night Heat

Season 2 Episode 19

Bad Timing

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Aired Unknown Nov 20, 1986 on CTV
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Bad Timing
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Kevin and Frank investigate when a young executive assistant is killed with a car bomb as she is on her way to the airport for an overseas business trip. Given the timing of the bomb, the target may have been any one of over 200 passengers on the flight to Amsterdam.

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    Roberta Weiss

    Roberta Weiss

    Gloria Danson

    Guest Star

    J.P. Linton

    J.P. Linton

    Simon Berlin

    Guest Star

    Raymond O'Neill

    Raymond O'Neill

    Ted Northwood

    Guest Star

    Susan Hogan

    Susan Hogan

    Nicole (Nickie) Rimbaud

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Eugene Clark

    Eugene Clark

    Det. Colby Burns

    Recurring Role

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      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: When Columbus set out to the Indies, when the pilgrims set out for the new world, they had no way of knowing they reached their destination. Apparently we're heading back to those days; only now hijackers and terrorists play the roles once played by sea monsters and uncharted oceans. Whether it's the carefully plotted scheme of the politically disaffected or the crazed act of a twisted mind driven over the edge, either way, chance has reentered our lives. A few seconds can make the difference between getting to the theater, the beach, the dentist, or becoming tomorrows headlines. It's all in the timing.

      • (arriving at the Northwood residence)
        Frank: This place is bigger than my high school!

      • Freddie: I also had a little chat with the Northwood family insurance agent. OK. Now, six months ago, Mr. and Mrs. both doubled their policies. Now alive she's making a good living, but dead she's worth half-a-million bucks.
        Frank: You could buy a lot of champagne with that money.
        Freddie: Wait a minute, you guys know something I don't know?
        Colby: Everybody knows something you don't know, Freddie.

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: Scott Fitzgerald said the rich were different from the rest of us, Hemingway said it was only because they had more money. I'm just a plain old newspaper man, but my vote goes to Fitzgerald. The difference is what wealth and power do to a man's soul, or maybe it's not wealth and power but the need for them. The need that reduces everything and everyone along the way to assets and liabilities. You add them, subtract them, liquidate them if you have to and when you push the philosophy as far as Simon Berlin did, in the end you're living in a world with no people.

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