The thirty eighth episode of Sledge Hammer was titled Suppose They Gave a War and Sledge Came? and was the sixteenth episode of the show’s second season. After an executive is killed during a paintballing excursion, Sledge and Dori must figure out which of his colleagues pulled the trigger. In this podcast Gerry and Iain look at Doreau’s growing frustration.
When Edmund Bryce (Roderick Cook), a major company executive, is shot dead by live bullets at a paintballing course suspicion falls on his former colleagues. The initial evidence points towards Arvin Swenson (Anthony De Longis), but additional information brings both Nakamichi (Glen Chin) and Durward Monroe (John Paragon) into the picture.
While Sledge manages to obtain an invitation to the next paintballing trip, Dori ponders whether all three might have been working together – an idea so abhorrent that Captain Trunk is taken aback. Out on the course Hammer comes face to face with the killer, office secretary Tina Clanton (Lisa Robins) – Bryce’s scorned ex-lover – and a showdown ensues.
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Suppose They Gave a War and Sledge Came? was released in 1988. It is 30 minutes long and originally aired on the ABC network. This episode is available on the Sledge Hammer DVD box set from Laser Paradise (German/English language) in Region 2 and from Image Entertainment in Region 1 (USA).