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118: What Happened to the Silver Streak?
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July 07, 1990

When Michelle Terry is accused of stealing Tracy's train car, Whit, Curt, and Tracy do some investigating to find out what really happened to the "Silver Streak".


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 63
# 4
# 1
# 106
# 2
# 2


Production Team
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Phil Lollar   Male Missing
Phil Lollar   Bob Luttrell
Writer
Director
  Sound Designer


Trivia
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This episode is a remake of "The Case of the Missing Train Car." One of the biggest differences between the two episodes is the ending - in the original version, just before Michelle leaves, Whit said, "I forgive you," and Michelle scoffed. In the second version, Whit asked Michelle, "Hasn't your time [at Whit's end] meant anything to you?" Michelle answered, "It's been one big bore" - a much stronger ending.
- noname

Curt seems much dumber than usual in this episode, most likely because he was replacing Officer Harley.
- Waluigi Freak 99


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Connie: You tried giving her all the love and goodness you had. When someone just doesn't care . . . there's nothing more you can do.
(she leaves)
Whit: No, there is one more thing I can do. Dear Father in Heaven . . .
- Waluigi Freak 99


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