Wings

Season 5 Episode 14

The Faygitive

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jan 27, 1994 on NBC
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The Faygitive
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Fay is feeling spooked when friends tell her that someone has been asking questions about her. When a Private Investigator shows up at the airport, she's not sure what to expect. The man who hired the P.I. shows up and tells his story; He was a soldier who went to a USO dance where Fay volunteered, back during the Korean War, who then went off to war owing Fay a dance, and he's finally arrived to get that last dance.

Meanwhile, Antonio gets an illegal cable hookup from a friend of Roy.moreless

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    Fay Evelyn Schlob Dumbly DeVay Cochran

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Investigator Bob: Excuse me. I'm looking for a Fay Evelyn Schlob Dumbly DeVay Cochran.
        Brian: I don't know, that's a pretty common name.

      • Joe: De Vey? Your name was De Vey? You're kidding.
        Fay: No, it was my second husband George's last name.
        Brian: Well, after Schlob and Dumbley, that's De Vey I would have gone.
        Fay: Please don't start. I've heard them all. Show me De Vey. Do you go all De Vey? And my personal favorite: Old soldiers never die. They just Fay De Vey.

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      • When Joe says, "I once shot a man in Reno just to watch him die," he alludes to a line from the Jonny Cash song "Folsom Prison Blues."

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