Appearing in "I Can't Stop Killing"

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Fargo drinks from poisoned water after shooting Jake for refusing to make him his mining partner.

Appearing in "The Men Who Fly"

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George invents a way to shut off the force of gravity and just starts up his machine when he gets a call from Hal warning him not to do it or the Earth will tear itself apart.

Appearing in "The Both of Me"

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Harry meets Walt who looks just like him. Walt is a drunk but Harry thinks that he can use Walt to establish an alibi at a bar while he pulls jobs. It works a couple times but Walt is an angry drunk so the third time that Harry returns to the bar to shake the police he discovers the bartender has been murdered and the patrons swear that Harry did it.

Appearing in "Fear"

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A psychologist has a dud bomb dropped over Moscow which so terrifies the populace wondering which type of terrible weapon that it could be the Soviet Premier commits suicide and the West wins the cold war.

Appearing in "Plague"

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Synopsis for "Plague"

Jarick is a department store janitor who falls in love with a wax figure. When plague breaks out the store closes and Jarick flees into the countryside carrying the figure but stumbles into a pit. Two men see Jarick in the pit but refuse to help him out as he now shows signs of the plague. He asks them to leave the figure with him but they desire the jewelry it is wearing and haul it out of the pit with a rope. Jarick places a curse upon them but they consider him mad. When they remove the figure's jewelry they are surprised that it is showing signs of the plague as well. Later the death wagon picks up the figure assuming it to be a corpse given a waxy appearance by the plague and return it to the pit Jarick's body lies in.

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