I have to agree with the earlier post about this episode. Up until the bittersweet ending I thought this was no more than an average episode. When Selleck gets into the ending monologue, he says the words with such conviction it hits you squarely in the gut. And that, as they say, is the hell of it.
The ending alone raised this one from an average episode to a damned good one.
I don't know........it seems mor to me that some writer came up with that line and they force fed it to a never-should've-been-romance. I mean, CMON. He figures out she is a spy and has been lying to him, and then we are supposed to believe he is falling for her when he doesn't even know who she really is, inside and out? It's a great line in a bad spot. Still a good episode, but as alluded to earlier by another poster in his review, it falls short of where it could have landed.
Btw, where did the sub go in all of this? What were they waiting for?
I liked the exchange at the hospital and it was done, but when they had Magnum run after her and the subsequent line.......it lost steam.