Vic and Rush await the arrival of Sade on the train.
To Vic, the train station wait is a boring exercise in a rather lifeless setting; but for Rush, he imagines all kinds of situations that have taken place there in prior exciting moments.
Eventually, perhaps to help entertain Rush, Vic warms up to the myriad of possible dangers and escapes hidden in the imagery.
According to author John T. Hetherington, "[The] interaction between Vic and Rush as they wait for Sade’s train to
arrive. Rush is captivated by what he perceives as the “romance” of the
train station with its “weary travelers” while Vic sees it as a “pretty
desolate location.” Rush conjures up a romantic view of the train
station from material gleaned from dime novels and movies, and his
excitement and enthusiasm really shine through. Vic joins in, somewhat
reluctantly, and can’t help but find it amusing to see the mundane
through Rush’s excited eyes." [The quote from this paragraph was stated by Hetherington in an interview with Jimbo, published May 28, 2014]
The title is one I have given purely for identification purposes.
[The gist of this episode is also revealed in the book,Vic and Sade on the Radio: A Cultural History of Paul Rhymer's Daytime Series]