CHiPs: Quarantine
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  • The introduction of the boy is both silly and interesting

    • by Orrymain
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      From the last part of the second season, CHiPs: Quarantine gives the officers at the California Highway Patrol headquarters two different things to worry about. First, they think they have a bomb in the building. Second, the youngster who brought the possible

      pipe bomb into the building may have an infectious disease. Thus, the building is quarantined. Hence, the title of the episode.

      The introduction of the boy is both silly and interesting. He shows up in the backseat of a car with two college students. Their reaction is unusual. It’s almost amused combined with being frightened. They make a lot of assumptions, and it just doesn’t make sense.

      Tom Poston appears in CHiPs: Quarantine, and I’m not going to spoil his character except to say ...


      • CHiPs: Quarantine
      that he played the part so very well, with depth, and full of surprises. He was exceptional.

      Larry Wilcox, Erik Estrada, Robert Pine, Paul Linke, and Lou Wagner all have solid performances as usual. Wagner can be annoying sometimes, but it’s not the

      actor, but rather is the nature of his Harlan the mechanic nature. He actually is obnoxious in this episode.

      All in all, I do enjoy this episode. It has a couple of surprises, but it could have been even better than it is.




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