Pacific Blue

Season 3 Episode 11

Soul Mate

Aired Unknown Nov 30, 1997 on USA
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All the victims of a recent series of murders had earlier placed personal ads in a local paper. Chris and Cory enter the dating pool undercover, and in the course of the investigation, each meets the "perfect" man. When Cory's dream man attacks her (and escapes), Chris assumes her date is safe to pursue a relationship with -- unaware that it is the same man Cory dated, but with a different disguise. T.C. goes undercover in a wheelchair with Ed Tarlow (from "Wheels of Fire"), hoping to catch a thief who is stealing expensive wheelchairs for resale. During his assignment, he discovers the difficulties of the disabled, and meets a "wheelchair groupie" -- a woman who likes T.C. because she thinks he's disabled. Victor prepares for an upcoming "bachelor auction", secretly concerned that T.C. might receive a higher bid. At the auction, his fears prove unfounded when a third man unexpectedly proves more popular than both of them... Tony Palermo!moreless

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    Matthew Ashford

    Matthew Ashford

    Thomas Leffler / Antonio / Ted Miller / Jeff Armstrong

    Guest Star

    Richard Redlin

    Richard Redlin

    Ed Tarlow

    Guest Star

    Bethany Ashton

    Bethany Ashton

    Joyce Adams

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (8)

      • Chris: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
        Corey: I'm ahead of you.

      • T.C.: Okay, be honest with me - you gotta be a professional.
        Joyce: What?
        T.C.: Gourmet... professional Gourmet.

      • Ed: Yeah, cops are never around when you really need them, are they T.C.

      • T.C.: Aw, look there... I didn't know they were having a little boys division in this year's bachelor auction.
        Victor: Keep making fun - I'm gonna smoke you!

      • Chris: Don't you wanna get out of that thing (wheelchair) for a few minutes?
        T.C.: More than you know.
        Chris: Well then, why don't ya?
        T.C.: Because I can...

      • T.C.: I said train me, not torture me, Ed!
        Ed: When you're in a chair their one and the same.

      • Ed: Hey, what are you doing?
        T.C.: What do you want me to do - tip over?
        Ed: It's exactly what you do - that's what we all do - until you learn to use upper-body, English, and find a balance point.
        T.C.: I don't know how you do this Ed.
        Ed: Ain't much of a choice pal.

      • T.C.: Your suggestion?
        Ed: Put your butt in a wheelchair - it's the only way you're gonna get close to this guy!
        T.C.: I wouldn't even know how to fake it.
        Ed: What do you think? The same day you wake up disabled, suddenly you know how to use a wheelchair? It takes time, it takes work. It really adds to the whole adjustment experience.
        T.C.: Alright, yeah, I guess I can be nearly...
        Ed: Physically challenged?

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