The Pretender

Season 2 Episode 17

Crash

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Apr 11, 1998 on NBC
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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - While waiting for his plane, Jarod meets a young man who is bumped to a later flight. Jarod offers an exchange of tickets to the boy, who thanks him for helping. But Jarod is horrified when he hears later that day that the plane has crashed. Guilt ridden, Jarod sets out to find the cause of the accident. Meanwhile, Miss Parker is put in charge of find out everything on Mr. Lyle. And with aid from Jarod; Sydney, Broots, and Miss Parker are going to get all the information they need.moreless

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    Matt Clark

    Matt Clark

    'Mister' Lyle Bowman

    Guest Star

    Dann Florek

    Dann Florek

    Don Larson

    Guest Star

    Nancy Parsons

    Nancy Parsons

    Martha Bowman

    Guest Star

    Jon Gries

    Jon Gries

    Broots

    Recurring Role

    Willie Gault

    Willie Gault

    Willie the Sweeper

    Recurring Role

    Ryan Merriman

    Ryan Merriman

    Young Jarod

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • A brief history of Mr. Lyle--Real name: Bobby Bowman. Raised in Townsend, Nebraska by adopted parents 'Mister' Lyle Bowman and Martha Bowman. Allegedly murdered by his father before graduation. Attended Douglas High School, class of 1983. Mr. Lyle's adoption was arranged by The Centre.

      • Jarod's Pretend: National Transportation Safety Board Investigator.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Jarod's Surname: Lindsey, from Darrel R. Lindsey, a WWII bomber pilot and Metal of Honor recipient who stabilized a damaged aircraft allowing the crew to escape unharmed before he himself died in the crash.

      • Butch: And guess who he's married to. (glances over at Miss Parker) Xena.

        The Xena is the titular character from the television show Xena: Warrior Princess.

      • Miss Parker: This isn't Nebraska, Broots. It's a half-way house for Hee-Haw rejects.

        Hee-Haw was a television variety show populated with a stock cast of comically rural characters.

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