Sun, 4 October 2015
November 30, 1974
Alan has self-esteem issues and compensates by making up wild stories about himself to impress his friends. But when he has to prove what he is saying, will he endanger not only himself but his friends as well?
This episode bares some similarities with the previous episode, "The Delinquent" in that we are dealing with young men with self-esteem issues. The difference he is that Alan is actually quite friendly, but his friendship comes at a cost as he weaves his wild stories. Does it hold today? Why didn't Jackson Bostwick wrestle a lion? And did Richard really beat up The Scorpion?
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Moral: “Honesty is the best policy."
Gary Dubin as Mitch
Scott Garrett as Jerry
Steve Gustafson as Alan
Sean Kelly as Tim
Kerri Shuttleton as Debbie
Frank Coghlan Jr. as the Guard