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Tunnel of Terror
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Original Airdate:

October 27, 1987

Episode

Production number 1 of 65

Episode

Airdate number 29 of 65

Previous Episode:

Hostage

Next Episode:

The Good, the Bad and the Clumsy

Episode Information and Background[]

  • Original airdate: October 27, 1987
  • Writer: Steven J. Fisher
  • Director: Ernie Shmidt
  • Production number: 1
  • Airdate number: 29

Background[]

We see as a group, Doc Clayton, Angus McBride, Judge J.B. McBride and Bravestarr on Thirty/Thirty check on the local prospects and others, they break up near a mine, Digger, Togg Salter, took some of the Kerium, he didn't ask for it, so when he tried to keep from be arrested, an explosion, and a gas that folks fear started to spread, so using the

He was also done a lot scientific work, he had no criminal record from the Optivisor, he needed to help his sick son, but the prospector, spoke with Judge J.B. McBrideand Bravestarr about working for a year with him instead of going to jail in an agreement.

Quotes[1][]

BraveStarr: Can't you go any faster?

Thirty/Thirty:I'm tryin', but my transistors are resistin'.

Moral Segment[]

Judge J.B. McBride:[during moral segment] There is no good reason for stealing.

BraveStarr:

Right. Because there's always another way to get what you need. It might

not be the easiest way, but in the long run, it's the best. It's called: the honest way.

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