Scarecrow and Mrs. King

Season 4 Episode 15

Bad Timing

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Feb 06, 1987 on CBS
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Bad Timing
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The Soviets inject Lee with a virus that leaves him only 72 hours to live.

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    Beverly Garland

    Beverly Garland

    Dorothy 'Dotty' West

    Bruce Boxleitner

    Bruce Boxleitner

    Lee 'Scarecrow' Stetson

    Greg Morton

    Greg Morton

    Jamie King

    Kate Jackson

    Kate Jackson

    Mrs. Amanda King

    Martha Smith

    Martha Smith

    Francine Desmond

    Mel Stewart

    Mel Stewart

    William 'Billy' Melrose

    Andrew Divoff

    Andrew Divoff

    Russian Guard

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    Marc Alamo

    Marc Alamo

    Fritz 'The Cat' Frommer

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    Jack Colvin

    Jack Colvin

    Doneck

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      • Amanda: Haven't we played this scene before?
        Lee: Yeah and then the doorbell rang, remember?
        Amanda: No I tend to block out bad timing.
        Lee: We'll see if this helps. (Lee kisses her.) How was that?
        Amanda: It helps.
        Lee: Oh, one more. (Lee kisses her again until they are interrupted by the arrival of Dotty and the boys. Again.)

      • Lee: Billy I have less time to live than most people have for a good night sleep.

      • Lee: I'm an omega class prisoner. Any escape attempt from this place requires a shoot to kill response. A D-1 Manhunt goes into effect if I do get out.
        Amanda: How do we get through these bars?

      • Smyth: Relax Billy. It's still your garden party.

      • Smyth: Well put Melrose. Dash of vitriol, pitch, and venom can make a mighty effective physic when used judiciously. I hear the sun has gone behind the clouds for Scarecrow.

      • Billy: Amanda was in my office at 7:00 this morning.
        Lee: Oh Billy you know the way she is.
        Billy: She was worried about you. Yeah, I'm beginning to get the drift.

      • Lee: Well, are you happy now?
        Amanda: I'm happy as long as you're well.
        Lee: Um-hmm. Well, you don't know Doc Kelford. I'm gonna be in here for hours while he rediscovers the human body and meanwhile I have a roomful of agents sitting on their thumbs.
        Amanda: When is your meeting over?
        Lee (grumpily): Depends on when I get it started, why?
        Amanda: I thought maybe I would fix you a little dinner to reward you for your heroics down here, huh?
        Lee (perking up): Really?
        Amanda: What do you say? It's kinda practice for the real thing.
        Lee (in a more pleasant tone): Well, I'm a firm believer in practice making perfect.
        Amanda (smiling): Me too. (They kiss)

      • Amanda: I need you. Business. Now.
        Lee: You need me, huh? My place or yours?
        Amanda: Neither.
        Lee: Well, wait a minute, I've got a very important meeting in an hour.
        Amanda: What happened to my place or yours?

      • Lee: What do you say we go back to my place and have some dessert?
        Amanda: It's awful late and we have to be at work early.
        Lee: I know, I know.
        Amanda: What are we going to do?
        Lee: Same thing we always do. Go home alone again, but only for one more week.

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