The Ray Bradbury Theater

Season 6 Episode 16

By the Numbers

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Aired Unknown Sep 11, 1992 on USA
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On a train, a man learns the truth about about a boy and his drill sergeant father that he met years ago at a hotel pool.

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      • Father: I ran a clean, tight shop, with total authority. Dissidents, out. Bodily. I possess a black belt in judo, boxing, and rifle marksmanship certificates. Shake my hand and I'll break your wrist. Sneeze, and I'll crack your nose. One word, and your dental surgeon'll need two years just to reshape your smile.

      • Sid: Some day that boy will murder that S.O.B.
        Douglas: As a Hemingway character once said, "Wouldn't it be nice to think so?"

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      • This episode is based on the short story "By the Numbers!" by Ray Bradbury. The story was first published in Playboy (July, 1984).

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