| Season 2, Episode 10 |
Number (#23) in series (133 episodes)
|Tape date||October 31, 1974|
|Air date:||November 19, 1974|
|Written by:||Jack Elinson, Allan Manings, & Norman Paul (teleplay) |
Eric Monte (story / teleplay)
|Directed by:||Herbert Kenwith|
|Production code:||210 (209b)|
|IMDB||The Gang: Part 2|
Bern Nadette Stanis
|Guest starring:||Roger Aaron Brown|
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The Gang: Part 2 is the tenth episode of Season 2 and the twenty-third episode overall. It is one-half of an episode. Written as a teleplay by Jack Elinson, Allan Manings, series co-creator Eric Monte and Norman Paul from an original story written by Monte, the episode, which was directed by Herbert Kenwith, first aired on CBS-TV, premiering on November 18, 1974.
J.J.'s wound is only superficial but James wants revenge on the man who shot his son and will do anything to get it.
After getting shot by Mad Dog while trying save James, JJ comes home and makes like he was critically injured even though it was just a flesh wound. However, on a more serious note, James threatens physical violence on Mad Dog for shooting his oldest son. However, after a court hearing, James has second thoughts on what he he wants to do, especially after seeing an incident between Mad Dog and his mother.
Plot summary Edit
J.J. is recovering after being shot by Mad Dog, which turned out to be only a flesh wound. Meanwhile, a vengeful James presses charges against Mad Dog but a worried Florida is afraid that James's anger will take over before the law does.