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Episode 5: Collateral Damage
37min - 1980–1989: Sentenced to die, Ted professes his innocence. Elizabeth and her daughter try to move on and put this chapter of their lives behind them. Meanwhile, in a last ditch effort to save his own life, Ted starts confessing. His lawyer Polly Nelson is shaken to the core.
Episode 4: Take Care of Yourself, Young Man
44min - 1978–1980: Ted escapes from prison and is in the wind. Elizabeth has bad dreams and big fears; gruesome news reports out of Florida point to his whereabouts. A collect call from a Pensacola jail brings her to her senses. The nation, however, is suddenly swept up in Bundy mania. Upwardly mobile poster boy or monster?
Episode 3: Gone Girls
52min - 1974–1977: More disappearances follow Ted to Utah where he is at law school. Elizabeth tumbles down the rabbit hole of doubt, wondering whether or not her boyfriend is the culprit. For a while, police rule him out. After a kidnapping survivor identifies Ted as her attacker, however, he is arrested, thrusting Elizabeth even further into limbo.
Episode 2: Falling
49min - 1974: Ted gets accepted into law school in Utah, but he refuses to ask Elizabeth to move down with him. Their relationship begins to fray and she blames herself. Meanwhile, female students continue to disappear throughout Washington state and a composite sketch of the suspect convinces campus cop Cheryl Martin that the disappearances may be linked.
Episode 1: Boy Meets Girl
49min - 1969–1974: Everything's possible. The women’s movement takes root, Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in tennis, and Mary Tyler Moore inspires single women. Shy, single mom Elizabeth Kendall strikes out on her own in Seattle, where she meets Ted, an aspiring lawyer. But darkness looms on the horizon. Female university students are disappearing and Elizabeth's new boyfriend has a strange meltdown.