| Production 47432|
Original Airdate: 29 October 1977
Harry tries to renegotiate with Jaime
Alan J. Levi
Dan O'Herlihy as Harry Walker
Don Pedro Colley as Duma
Joan Pringle as Leona Mumbassa
|Special Guest Star(s)|
Raymond St. Jacques as Azzar
Kipp Whitman as Serrano
Marc Alaimo as Hopper
Charles Walker II as Rasan
Roger Til as Robaire
Renny Temple as Englishman
Ron Trice as Meko
Bob Minor as Major
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In order to prevent a ruthless African dictator from remaining in power, Jaime must secretly switch a rigged computer element with one that will give fair results in an upcoming election.
Jaime: Harry, do you know of anyone else with a boat who could take me upriver?
Harry: You're out of luck. I've got the only other one around here.
Jaime: Well, then, it looks like I make a deal with you.
Harry: Forget it. I told you what happened to Jeff.
Jaime: Well, yes, but that...
Harry: Nothing you can say or do is gonna get me off my butt, through that door, and out to my boat.
Jaime: Five thousand dollars.
Harry: You've got a deal.
Harry: Arrangements have a way of getting screwed up in this part of the world, cookie.
Harry: How about that? Well first a hangover saved my life and now a shot of booze gives me the strength of a bull elephant. My life must be changing.
Harry: Didn't think The Princess had it in her? What do you think of her now?
Jaime: Old war trucks never die.
Harry: Don't like to admit you're wrong, do you?
Jaime: Nope, it's been a problem since childhood.
Duma: For my friends I offer food and shelter. My enemies are not deserving of my kindness. Now which are you?
Leona: Jaime, I want to thank you for all you have done, but... we will take it from here.
Jaime: Well... I really think I can do it better myself.
Leona: Why? Because you are white?
Leona: Blacks are tired of depending on whites to solve our problems! We have been betrayed too many times. We don't need outside help anymore.
Jaime: If it's alright with you, I will change my clothes and go back to work.
Leona: Yes, of course.
Jaime: (looks down at her dress in chagrin) Too bad. I was almost starting to feel feminine again.
- Jaime's fear of snakes crops its head again (following "Angel of Mercy", "Doomsday Is Tomorrow" and others).
- Unusually for Jaime, when faced with a firing squad, she tells Harry that she may be able to get out alive, but she would have to leave him to be shot.