on a completely different point - someone mentioned being disappointed that girard never talked about kimble in regard to his son or wife. there is a definite reason for this. the character of girard is someone who is blindly going about his business of catching the guy that "he let get away". if the show has him talk about his son, his wife, or the several times that he himself was helped by kimble - there would be no real way to keep up that relentless, non-doubting character. if i recall, girard does start to soften up some, at the end. but most of the time when he talks about kimble, it is only in regard to catching him. many times he says that kimble would not kill anyone else, cuz he has never tried before, even when cornered. but it is always in a vein in whether something is true or not, and whether it will help him to catch kimble or not. even in the episode about the computer, when it comes up with 2% likelihood of kimble killing his wife, girard says something like "2% is enough for me". LOL. i would like to have seen recurring roles. the nun that was turning from god was on a second episode. but not many. in fact, many actors played multiple roles during the 4 years. for example, kurt russell played girard's son, and then was the leader of the kids that tried to capture him with a gun that they had bought, but ended up wounding one of the kids. there was an interview with barry morse on youtube, explaining that the directors of the show would recast actors that they liked, wanting to work with what they thought were excellent actors.