Scarecrow and Mrs. King

Season 4 Episode 22

The Khrushchev List

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Aired Unknown May 28, 1987 on CBS
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The Khrushchev List
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Lee suspects that Harry Thornton (retired Agency founder) and Christina Golitsyn (former Soviet Embassy courier) are on a mission to obtain Khrushchev's spy list. The list contains names that would implicate some American government officials.

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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

    Howard Duff

    Howard Duff

    Harry Thornton

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    Barbara Bain

    Barbara Bain

    Christina Golitsyn

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    Don Hood

    Don Hood

    Walter Singer

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    Raleigh Bond

    Raleigh Bond

    T. P. Aquinas

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      • Amanda: Do you have flowers behind your back?
        Lee: No.
        Amanda: More complaints?
        Lee: No. It's a list of all the things I love about you.
        Amanda: Aw... better be a long list.

      • Lee: I tell you what. I will agree to let you keep the bedroom window open just the way you like it if you promise me not to hide my watch and car keys.
        Amanda: I didn't hide your watch and car keys.
        Lee: Oh?

      • Lee: You know, I shouldn't complain, Amanda, but our marriage...
        Amanda: What?
        Lee: I said I shouldn't complain, but our marriage is kind of like working for the fire department. Two days on and four days off.
        Amanda: Oh, come on. We knew what it was going to be like.

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