Introduction Scenes: (Tim Holcomb) In a Wyoming ranch bunkhouse.
(Richard Bekins) To Blaine Ewing in their boarding house room in Tulsa, "Time to get up, honey."
(Stephen Yates) To the guards in the Cory mansion driveway, "What's going on?"
(Laurence Lau) The hospital, to Brittany Peterson. "What's happening?"
(Russell Todd) An airport, to Rachel Cory over the phone, "It's good to hear your voice, Mom."
Exit Scenes: (Tim Holcomb) Ada Hobson's kitchen, to Ada after agreeing to write Rachel a goodbye note, "Okay, then."
(Richard Bekins) Out of town at a pay phone to Rachel Cory, "I love you. Bye bye."
(Stephen Yates) Leaving a goodbye note for M.J. McKinnon.
(Laurence Lau) TOPS, to Amanda Cory and Sam Fowler, about Rachel Cory, "She looked good. I just- I think that she may be finally getting past Mac's death."
(Russell Todd) The hospital, to Kelsey Harrison about owing her a favor, "I'll remember."
Birthday: November 4, 1969 (original). 1960 (revised in 1981).
Birthplace: Bay City, Illinois.
Other Aliases: James Gerald Matthews (birth name). Named after Jim Matthews (RIP). (Used "James Steven Frame" from 1981-1983).
Last Known Whereabouts: London.
Other Whereabouts: Somalia, Boston, Massachusetts.
Relatives: Rachel Cory Hutchins, mother. Steve Frame (RIP), father. Steven Frame, son. Amanda Cory, half-sister. Matthew Cory, half-brother. Cory Hutchins, half-brother. Elizabeth Hutchins, half-sister. Ada Hobson (RIP), maternal grandmother. Gerald Davis, maternal grandfather. Willis Frame, uncle. Emma Frame Ordway, aunt. Vince Frame, uncle. Jason Frame (RIP), uncle. Janice Frame (RIP), aunt. Sharlene Frame, aunt. Henry Frame, uncle. Norman Frame, uncle. Nancy McGowan, half-aunt. Pammy Davis, half-aunt. Alli Fowler, half-niece. Jasmine Cory, half-niece. Frankie Frame (RIP), cousin. Molly Ordway, cousin. Wade Ordway, cousin. Sterling Ordward, cousin. Evan Frame, cousin. Josie Watts, cousin. Gregory Hudson, cousin. Sam Lucas, great-uncle. Susannah Lucas, second cousin. Charlie Frame Winthrop, second cousin. Gary Sinclair Jr. (RIP), second cousin.
Occupation: Doctor. In 1979 Jamie was eager to join medical school and become a doctor.
Former Occupations: Novelist (A View of the Bay. It was made into a movie, with the screenplay written by Frank Fish. Derek played Jamie). Professor of Writing at Bay City University (Julia Shearer was enrolled in one of his classes).
Medical History:Had influenzal meningitis in 1970. Bitten by a snake in 1972. Was addicted to drugs and alcohol in 1981.