That line segues us into a scene at a Western Union, where Kimble is attempting to get his money. In the next queue, a guy who hasn't been seen since his small role as a whiny turncoat in Dead Poets Society is trying to get the teller to cash a personal check for him. The teller refuses and ignores all the heartfelt pleading that the money is really needed because his wife is sick. Kimble takes notice. Do we see a little angelic touching by a Good Samaritan about to happen here? The personal check guy tears up his check in frustration and throws it in a bin on his way out. It turns out that Kimble's sister sent him way too much money -- one thousand dollars instead of the two hundred he requested. Gee, I wonder if this will be the way Lt. Bubba tracks Dr. Fugitive to Savannah. The teller also gives Kimble a message that Miss Superior will be at a certain number at six o'clock for five minutes every day. Yeah, that's not suspicious or anything. As Kimble leaves, the personal check guy snatches Kimble's thousand-dollar envelope. Kimble runs after him screaming. Way to be discreet, buddy. They make good use of the Trumpets of the Chase in this scene until Kimble is hit by a car and bounces off a windshield, shattering it with his head in the process. As Kimble regains consciousness, the camera comes into blurry focus and we see a medical team bending over him. His neck is in a brace and his head is bleeding on the stretcher. A cop keeps asking his name as Kimble struggles to sit up, but an EMS tech restricts his movements, and they load him into an ambulance. Apparently, Kimble had been muttering something about being Richard.
Those new Lysol wipes look like they'd be really handy for cleaning up cat pee. They disinfect and everything. What's Richard Chamberlain doing on Touched by an Angel? Last I saw of him, he was trying to decide whether he was an adulterous priest, a musketeer, or the Count of Monte Cristo. He must be due for an exorcism.