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alsplacebartender 02-18-2003 02:17 PM

318 A Hunting We Will Go
 
A Hunting We Will Go
June 18, 1976


Various locations in Arkansas


Sam becomes a bounty hunter taking a difficult woman back to the law...or perhaps her death? He has to decipher her stories to find out if she is telling the truth or just making up tall tales to set her free. Al also gives Sam his five stages of love in this episode.


Written by: Beverly Bridges
Directed by: Andy Cadiff


Rate and comment on this episode!

Vince Beckett 10-05-2005 11:03 PM

Sam has a rough time being stuck with a woman who reminds Al of his fifth wife. Great episode. This was one of the first I ever saw.

Grimlock 01-11-2006 07:47 PM

Diane and Sam make a great comedy duo!

Julie 01-11-2007 08:39 AM

This one is kinda funny. Poor Sam; getting beaten up by a woman..No offense to any other women here.
The best quote was when they were on the bus :-
Al: "I can see it in her eyes."
Sam: "You can feel it in your loins, but you can't see it in her eyes." ...or something like that. Either way, it was funny.

Enterprise 01-11-2007 08:56 AM

I like this episode aswell (Top 15 Episodes like ever!) it's really funny and although the train bit at the ending is a bit cheesy, the one liners are nice. Scott and Jane Sibbet (Diane) must have had a hoot filming this (The barn scene comes to mind!)

alsplacebartender 01-11-2007 07:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Enterprise
I like this episode aswell (Top 15 Episodes like ever!) it's really funny and although the train bit at the ending is a bit cheesy, the one liners are nice. Scott and Jane Sibbet (Diane) must have had a hoot filming this (The barn scene comes to mind!)

Jane Sibbett (the fugitive woman) told me that she had a great time filming this episode with Scott! They finally had to bring in rubber handcuffs because they started to make her wrists swollen.

jmellissa 01-12-2007 12:49 AM

I enjoyed this one, like others have said it was funny.

Zhair 04-07-2007 09:48 AM

This is one of my favorites....a lot of physical humor. Its fun!

Sam Beckett Fan 04-17-2007 03:42 AM

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Originally Posted by alsplacebartender
Jane told me that she had a great time filming this episode with Scott! They finally had to bring in rubber handcuffs because they started to make her wrists swollen.

Cool. I love this episode too, and like Vince said I love the Maxine thing hahaha. I love when she's giving him the back rub and she asks how it feels and while his face is saying "oh yeah that's the spot, oooh that's good."
his mouth said "ehh it's ok."

The beginning always makes me think of something I read in Scott's, I think Sci Fi interview which no longer exsists :P
He said that for the part where he gets slammed into the phonebooth he had a plastic gun strapped to him and the first time thay filmed that scene the plastic gun had dug into his ribcage. So now whenever I see this ep, and Sam getting slammed aganist the phone booth I think "Ssss ouch, poor Scott!":blackeye and then he gets banged around plenty more in the episode.

Sam Beckett Fan 07-03-2007 03:43 AM

Watching this episode now there is one thing that bugs me and thats the Bus Driver threatening to throw him off the bus because trouble seems to follow him. Well of course it does dummy he's a damn cop for God's sake he deals with criminals. Its his job to have trouble following him cuz he takes it to jail.:p

isz 07-30-2007 04:55 PM

I really enjoyed this episode,but no matter how much i enjoyed it i think it was just a bit above average,but i decided it's enough to rank it as a good episode. It seems Scott and jane had a very good Chimestry between them,And i really liked Jane Sibbett charecter and thought she did a great job doing it
But in anyway i think the story was too cheesy and was something we've seen in a lot of other movies/TV shows,before.

Bexter 07-30-2007 08:49 PM

Mildly entertaining, not one of the best by a long shot

Al The Observer 07-30-2007 09:35 PM

I really really didn't like her accent. We don't all sound like that 'round heah! :lol

(People here often accuse me of being a Yankee. My apologies to all Yankees. ;))

Sam Beckett Fan 07-30-2007 11:00 PM

Yeah the only reason I like this episode is for the mild Al humor and Hot Scott moments. Yummy :)

isz 07-31-2007 04:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Al The Observer
I really really didn't like her accent. We don't all sound like that 'round heah! :lol

(People here often accuse me of being a Yankee. My apologies to all Yankees. ;))

I agree with you her Accent was quite annoying,but i didn't want to say anything,because i'm not a "Yankee"/American citizen so i couldn't tell if this Accent is really how's American Sounds(Well at list American from Jane's Charecter - Diane homestate.

Al The Observer 08-01-2007 05:27 AM

The accent is supposed to be Southern American. Here in the South, people call Northerners "Yankees". I understand that outside of the States, people call all Americans "Yankees". So what I meant was that people from where I live (southern USA) often think I'm from the northern USA, due to my accent. There are probably hundreds of different accents from all over the USA. This is one reason I like to travel to new places and meet new people. (I do have a somewhat chameleon accent. I can pick up and keep local accents if I stay somewhere for more than a few days.)

And yes, some people from the South do sound somewhat like Diane, but the accent the actress used sounded forced to me.

I think I may have made that "as clear as mud" as they say. :\

Sam Beckett Fan 08-01-2007 03:36 PM

I am a yankee myself and when I was little I had trouble promouncing my Rs it was very minor but people used to think it was a New York accent.

leaper1 08-01-2007 04:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Al The Observer
I understand that outside of the States, people call all Americans "Yankees". :\

Actually, it's a subtle distinction, but around here most folks call all Americans "Yanks".

What is the origin of the term anyway, can anyone tell us? asearcher probably can...

JuliaM 08-01-2007 04:47 PM

The origin of Yankee is relatively uncertain but goes back to the Colonial period. One theory is that it refers to the Dutch surname Janke which was anglicinized as Yankee and came to be a nickname for English speaking Dutch during the Colonial period. Over time it came to be used to describe even non-Dutch colonists.

During the American Revolution, it was used with derision by the British army to refer to the Continental army and those in support of the war. Conversely, the term "Tory" was used with equal derision to describe those who remained loyal to the crown.

As a point of trivia, the population of the thirteen original states can't really be split up into being either a Yankee or a Tory since the population was split pretty much evenly three ways - 1/3 supported the break with the crown, a 1/3 remained loyal, and 1/3 pretty much remained neutral.

Bexter 08-01-2007 09:08 PM

Here is Oz, all americans tend to be called Yanks, however I was aware that not all Americans liked being called Yanks. When I was a bit younger we hosted a whole bunch of guys from Santa Ana, they came over as a brass band and we and a whole bunch of other families we knew looked after them. They reacted very coldly when advised Americans were called Yanks, in fact one of them when approached by another american in the street commented rather sourly when finishing the conversation that they other guy had been a 'yankee'.

A far better term for the guys that came here from Santa Ana would have been 'jerks' not 'yanks' cause they all were......... every last one of them.

JuliaM 08-01-2007 09:29 PM

The term Yankee in the US is regionally used. Generally, anyone from the northeast, particularly New England, is termed a Yankee. During the Civil War, those in the states above the Mason-Dixon Line were termed Yankee, those below were sometimes called Johnny Reb. To some extent, when it comes to Yankee, the distinction still stands today and to term someone outside the Northeast as a Yankee can be seen as somewhat insulting.

bluedana 08-02-2007 06:50 PM

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Originally Posted by jmoniz
The term Yankee in the US is regionally used. Generally, anyone from the northeast, particularly New England, is termed a Yankee. During the Civil War, those in the states above the Mason-Dixon Line were termed Yankee, those below were sometimes called Johnny Reb. To some extent, when it comes to Yankee, the distinction still stands today and to term someone outside the Northeast as a Yankee can be seen as somewhat insulting.

Aaaand, of course, here in Boston (Red Sox Nation), there is a world of difference between being a "Yankee" and a "Freakin' Yankee."

ohboy 07-31-2008 12:54 AM

This episode made me mad, how Sam was being treated by Diane. After all, she was a habitual lier, and she would throw a man's hat out the window just to achieve her own ends. She may have been trying to do the right thing, and even though she did pay the woman back for the "gun-lighter", taking it out of the store still constitutes stealing. I didn't really like it, and Sam was a lot more patient than I would have been.

Heh. I think that Californians are more or less labeled as hippies and bleeding-heart liberals (at least to my experiences). *sighs*

AlyssaCalavicci 08-01-2008 12:01 AM

Lol Im so glad Im not in California LMAO I did like the argument Sam and Al had in the barn that was hilarious LOL

Sam's Crow 08-05-2008 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by ohboy
This episode made me mad, how Sam was being treated by Diane. After all, she was a habitual lier, and she would throw a man's hat out the window just to achieve her own ends. She may have been trying to do the right thing, and even though she did pay the woman back for the "gun-lighter", taking it out of the store still constitutes stealing. I didn't really like it, and Sam was a lot more patient than I would have been.

Yeah, I bet if Diane was male, Sam would have beaten the hell out of her/him.


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