Knots Landing: Season 11, Episode 2

Poetic Justice (Oct 5, 1989)

TV Episode60 min.Drama | Romance
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Gary tries, to no avail, to trace "Sally's friend" through phone records. Karen plans a barbecue for Eric and Linda, who will be arriving soon. She is curious about Val's relationship with Danny and tells Val to invite him to the barbecue. Paige steals Greg's keys and wallet, and later uses the key she's retained to locate Rick Hawkins' mail box. Before she does, Greg arrives and demands she give him the key. The police officer who has been friendly to Paige escorts Greg outside. Ted, meanwhile, has managed to escape from captivity. He notices Paige leaving and hotwires a car to pursue her. Paige has a flat and stops at a service station to get it changed. While in the restroom, she opens Hawkins' mail and learns that Abby owned Murakame. She also discovers film negatives. Ted busts through the bathroom door with a sledgehammer just as Paige escapes through a window with the documents. Threatening with the sledgehammer, Ted gets the documents from Paige. She later retrieves the negatives from a hiding place in the restroom. The truck Ted hotwired has a loose axel and is expected to break down. Paige and Greg come upon the truck being pulled from a lake, and assume Ted has perished. He actually escaped and hitches a ride away from the scene. The twins spy Val and Danny kissing and later tell her that they don't want Danny to come around anymore. Written By GusF  Less

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