A U.S. army satellite crashes on the outskirts of Piedmont, Utah, population 580, interrupts the awkward sexual foils of two teenagers. The youths decide to take the satellite into town for further inspection.
Church parishioners drop dead after drinking spiked punch, then detectives link the crime to three angst-ridden teenagers.
The F-16 and missile crash into the desert, detonating the nuclear payload. The President, Wildfire team, and Mancheck watch in shock. Nash and the remnants of the National Guard squadron are tossed and turned by the nuclear blast.
Hannibal, Face, Murdock and B.A. are escaping from the jungles of Guatemala in an airplane that Murdock stole from a rental plane repair line, when the plane's engine suddenly stops and the team crash lands in the Appalachians. They come across a band of mountain men who are about to set fire to a man they have tied to a tree.
George Stanley (Michael Gaston) argues with his wife at her hair salon, leaves to deposit the day's earnings and never returns. After Jack and the team find a tooth and other signs of a struggle in the back room of the salon, George's wife, Martha (Karen Sillas), and their unemployed 19-year-old son, Sean (Joseph Mazzello), become viable suspects. The agents also consider that George was possibly mugged on his way to the bank. But when the team discovers that George was recently terminated from his job, and he had a secret female companion he regularly met at a bar, they wonder if he simply left town of his own accord. Meanwhile, Danny resists getting involved in the life of his convict brother, who is up for parole. And Martin's impending firearms qualifications test dredges up unsettling memories for him. Tim Matheson ("The West Wing," "Animal House") directed the episode.
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