While Bob is forced to make a difficult decision out in the field, Mack, convinced that Tiffy is having an affair, faces turmoil on the home front and ends up making a fateful decision.
Did You Know?
Brown is still carrying the napkin 3 months after meeting Kern, despite a) recognizing him immediately, and b) remembering the identifier "baltic amber." Kern never gave him an instruction to keep the napkin; it was probably a reminder of one of the meanings of the Chinese character 'ke,' namely 'commitment.' See more
Take Me In Your Arms
Written by Wayne Jones
Performed by Wayne Jones See more