It's October 1963, and the gathering storm of threats in Dallas continues to build. Jake must take drastic action to establish the full dimensions of the threat to Kennedy. And amidst it all, he's hit with an unexpected death and a bitter betrayal from one of those closest to him.
Did You Know?
At the end of the episode, a cover of Ben E. King
's "Stand by Me" plays over the closing credits. The song was used as the title of the film Stand by Me
(1986), which is based on another Stephen King
work: a novella entitled The Body. See more
While Jake is observing Bill and Lee on the porch handling Lee's rifle, a VW bus parked behind Jake is visible. Based on the headlight styling, this is a 1968 or later model. Headlights on 1967 and earlier had a glass bubble enclosure, while 1968 and later models lost the glass bubble, and adopted a simple vertical headlight with a chrome rim. See more
Just tell me you'll marry me, and that you'll never leave me, and that you'll come to the future with me.
Tell me one more thing about the future.
In the future we're married.
I like the sound of that.
You Only Want Me When You're Lonely
Performed by Jimmy Boyd See more