Rocky is targeted for death after seeing a meeting between a truck dispatcher and a crooked executive. Jim wants desperately to protect his father but discovers he hasn't been keeping up with Rocky enough to even find him on a typical day. The dispatcher was giving the supposedly-retired Rocky work as a trucker, so when Jim discovers the dispatcher dead in a crate bound for Malaysia, the police figure the elusive Rocky knows why.
Did You Know?
This episode marks the first time Rockford does his trademark J-turn. See more
The 1975 Pontiac Firebird in gold is used by Jim Rockford throughout the first 48 minutes of part 1. When Jim Rockford and Rocky plan to use the car to go to dinner it is still the same vehicle if one notices the rear full width tail lights. When they change their mind and decide to eat a restaurant around the corner, the 1975 vehicle is suddenly replaced by a 1970 1/2 Pontiac Fireboard in gold which has much smaller 7" wide tail lights. This 1970 1/2 is the vehicle blown up at the very end. See more
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Okay, pal, it's Harry. I just checked my car. You kept the battery charged all right, you also put thirty-five hundred miles on it!