Emerald Point N.A.S. (1983–1984)

Pilot: Part 1 

Lt. Simon Adams and his squadron have an exercise in Cuba, where Simon has to save his live by using the ejection seat. The two man are rescued by a chopper, and brought to Washington. On a... See full summary »

Director:

Harry Falk

Writers:

Esther Shapiro (creator), Esther Shapiro | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Dennis Weaver ... Rear Adm. Thomas Mallory
Maud Adams ... Maggie Farrell
Andrew Stevens ... Lt. Glenn Matthews
Charles Frank ... Lt. Cmdr. Jack Warren
Richard Dean Anderson ... Navy Lt. Simon Adams
Sela Ward ... Hilary Adams
Doran Clark Doran Clark ... Ensign Leslie Mallory
Stephanie Dunnam ... Kay Mallory Matthews
Susan Dey ... Celia Mallory Warren
Patrick O'Neal ... Harlan Adams
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joel Bailey ... Jeremy Novak
Judith Baldwin ... Sally (as Judy Baldwin)
Bever-Leigh Banfield ... Yeoman Kelly
Randy Brooks ... Ben Eastman
Richard Eden ... Christopher Bailey
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Storyline

Lt. Simon Adams and his squadron have an exercise in Cuba, where Simon has to save his live by using the ejection seat. The two man are rescued by a chopper, and brought to Washington. On a party, Hilary Adams (Simons's stepsister) sneaks out to meet her lover Jeremy Novak. She doesn't want to be his wife, 'cause she wants to marry Glenn Matthews. Harlan Adams wants Jack Warren for his own Company, but Jack doesn't want it. At the 'fly-in' Maggie Farrell introduces herself to Adm. Mallory. On the parking-place Jeremy confronts Hilary who is in Glenn's company. She pretends she doesn't know him, and the two start a fight. Celia Mallory drowns her sorrow with alcohol. She is still in love with Simon Adams. Simon is angry because he was 'grilled' for 14 hours, the Cuban has simply been released into his Embassy. That night Jeremy Novak is killed, and Glenn is the only suspect. Simon discovers that Celia is pregnant, but she doesn't want him to tell anyone. Written by Iain Cork

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Release Date:

26 September 1983 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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