Event Date(s): 10/11/1998 | Description: 06:30:00 MSNBC Weekend Magazine anchored by Stone Phillips. 06:30:25"Dateline NBC" package titled"Airline Peanuts" with NBC's Bob Dotson reporting on peanut allergies. Video of travelers walking in an airport. Video of light attendants pushing a cart down the aisle of an airplane. Video of a person smoking. Video of shelled peanuts. Vox pop. Video of an airlplane taking off. Video of prezels. Clip of flight attendants singing. Southwest Airlines employee Ed Stewart comments . Video of passengers boarding a plane. Food Allergy Network Annie Munoz-Furlong comments on the seriousness of peanut allergies. 06:37:20 NBC's Hoda Kotbe reports a"Dateline Discovery" on the latest in technology to help shoppers get in and out of grocery stores faster. At supermarket checkout counter; cashier scans various items. Infant child seen in child seat as child's mother places items on checkout counter. Various shots of shoppers and point of view shot of supermarket aisle seen. At supermarket in Texas; shopper uses hand held scanning device and devices seen on rack. Woman scans barcode on orange with hand held scanner. In interview supermarket manager Raynell Wynn (ph) says shoppers want to get in and out and do not have a lot of time. Shopper takes hand held scanner from rack. Wynn says shoppers like the scanner. Close up on scanner being used and digital read out on scanner seen. Receipt seen being printed. Shoppers seen on line at checkout. Computerized scanning devices seen being manufactured on conveyor. Woman takes receipt. In interview woman says the hand held scanner is easy and she can shop at her own pace. Woman scans gallon of milk and read out on scanner seen. In interview another woman says she can keep track of her spending with the scanner. Shoppers seen in aisle and woman seen at checkout counter. Woman says you could place unscanned items in your bag but you will never know when you will be randomly selected to go to the checkout counter. Overhead shot of checkout area. Woman seen pulling items from grocery freezer. Paul Weir (ph) seen shopping in aisle with his two children. Weir picks out items as supers of grocery list is imposed. Weir's wife Regina Weir (ph) seen. Various shots of Paul shopping with hand held scanner. Super"Paul" and digital clock stopping at"16:43" seen. Regina seen at coventional checkout counter with super"Regina" and digital clock stopping at"18:12" seen. Paul takes receipt from printer. Paul and Regina exit supermarket. In interview Regina says the savings of a couple of minutes here and there means a lot. 06:43:51 NBC's Margaret Larson reports on a woman who refuse to give up after her insurance company turned her away. In voice over domestic violence victim (Kittis) Katherine Bolduc (ph) says she tried to save everything she could find. Bolduc opens a padlock and opens shed door onto stored fire damaged belongings seen. Overhead shot of a pile of fire damaged belongings seen. Bolduc digs through photographs and says"This is what I got out of my diggings." Bolduc cries as she looks at pieces of burned photographs, says"my whole life, oh well" seen. Bolduc unpeels photographs of children. Low shot of Bolduc sorting seen. A bowl of broken china tableware seen. Bolduc bites her hand. Close up on damaged china seen. Bolduc says"over 18 years of saving those, that's been taken away. Slow panning shot of burned belongings seen. Bolduc's burned house near Seattle, Washington State seen. A damaged studio photo of daughter seen. Exterior of the Capitol Building in Washington, DC seen. NBC's Margaret Larson reports on camera in front of shed. In interview Kittis says her husband said"the bitch isn't going to get it" (he would rather go to prison than give up house). Larson reports on camera in front of shed. Home video of husband Joe Bolduc in yard says"oh hi mom." Still of wedding picture of Joe and Kittis Bolduc seen. Home video of Kittis outside seen. The Bolduc house seen. Still of Joe Bolduc with baby daughter Madeleine seen. In voice over Kittis says"It (relationship) was very playful we were very active." Home video of Madeleine with easter basket seen. In interview Kittis says Christmas was great and it felt like a happy home. Home video of presents being opened at birthday party seen. Home video of Joe playing with kids after pinata breaking at the party seen. In interview family friend Julie says Joe was a picture perfect dad and was proud of his daughter. Home video of Joe lifting Madeleine while swimming. Home video of Joe and a friend at picnic table, pans to son Kelly walking in diapers. In interview Kittis says the stress of having two children caused Joe to start drinking. In interview Julie's husband John Watchie (ph) says Joe was nice when sober but when drunk the dark side came out. Still of Joe with a beer and aggressive look on face seen. Graphic of tap beer being poured with neon sign"cocktails" superimposed in corner and different sign"cocktails" scroll across bottom seen. In interview Kittis says she was afraid of Joe. Still of Joe and Kittis posing seen. In interview Julie Watchie (ph) says she was afraid Joe would kill Kittis if she made the wrong move. Home video of Joe and Kittis with Madeleine and birthday cake seen. Julie says she had seen Joe slam Kittis against a wall, hold her by the throat and hold a knife to her chest and neck. Freeze frame of Joe Bolduc from home video seen. Rear shot of Kittis sitting on bench at the edge of water. Close up on Kittis face on bench with wind in hair seen. Still of telephone with jerky zoom on reciever seen. In interview Kittis says Joe told her she could leave but without the children and that he would rip her heart out before she left with the children. Madeleine lies on the ground and dips her finger into a pond. Madeleine walks and holds leaves. In interview Kittis says that after a fight Madeleine told her to hide under the covers where Joe wouldn't hurt her, and this opened her eyes and gave her the courage to leave the house. Kittis, Madeleine, and Kelly eat at kitchen table, seen through short hall from other room. Kelly eating seen. Madeleine eating seen. Madeleine sits on lower bunk bed and reads. Setting sun behind tree seen. Power wires and tree in front of sunset seen. Still of Joe Bolduc seen. In interview Kittis says the kids were excited about going home again. Side shot of Kittis driving seen. Still of the Bolduc house seen. In interview Kittis says Joe told her he was going to blow up the house. Still of luggage in the back of a pick up truck seen. A 911 emergency call phone board seen. Seattle Fire Department computer monitor for dispatch system seen with voice over of 911 call and super"Neighbor: We've got a house that somebody just blew up right next door to us." Recording machinery for 911 dispatch seen. Amateur video of the house burning with voice over of 911 call and supers"911: Is there anybody in the house?","Neighbor: I don't know. We just saw the guy drive off.","911: The guy drove off?","Neighbor: Uh-Huh","911: And the house blew up?","Neighbor: Uh, yeah.","911: Ma'am, what is his name?", and"Neighbor: Joe Bolduc." In interview Kittis says she was scared Joe would come after her. Split screen with ATM machine and surveillance pictures of Joe Bolduc at machine seen. ATM surveillance still of Bolduc with cigarette and voice over of Bolduc's interview with investigators and supers"I went and cashed my s--- out. You're damned right. You don't think I'm gonna clean out my G--damned bank account when I'm getting outta my house? You better believe it, pal." Close up on ATM buttons seen. Surveillance still of Bolduc leaving ATM machine seen. Headlights pass in the dark. Still of Joe Bolduc's steering wheel in his truck seen. Still of burned parts of the Bolduc house seen. Still of beer cans in Joe's truck seen. Still of the rear of Joe's truck seen. Still of side of truck with front wheels off road seen. Still of front of truck tangled in wire fence seen. Still of damaged pole and wires of fence stuck to truck seen. Mug shot of Joe with voice over and supers"She took my f------ kids away from me, and now she's taking my house away from me. You f---- better believe I've been upset. I'm glad it's gone now. Now that it's gone. I'm glad it's gone." seen. In interview Kittis says she dug for days, hours, looking for a life or anything. Panning shot of still showing totally damaged house. Still of fire damaged tricycle seen with Joe's mug shot superimposed seen. Close up on damaged book seen. Graphic of insurance police cover, opens to documents with insert super"Coverage... $197,000 seen. Exterior of the Safeco Plaza headquarters seen. In clip of television commercial a house burns, burned house seen, a man nails on roof of new house, supers"You can never go home again","Never say never","Dilligence", and"Safeco Insurance, What's right." seen. In interview Kittis says the company logo led her to believe Safeco would protect her. Long shot of downtown Seattle, camera pulls back to show river seen. Panning shot up the exterior of the Safeco building seen. In interview Kittis says she trusted the company and always paid premiums. Rear shot of Kittis sitting on bench near water with clouds in sky seen. Close up on Kittis seen. Bolduc mailbox seen, Graphic documents magnify over box with insert super"no coverage" seen. In interview Kittis says she did nothing wrong, she didn't light the match. Graphic background of fire destroyed house with document and insert supers"Losses we do not cover","Intentional loss... by or at the direction of any insured" seen. Larson reports on camera in ruins of a burned building. In interview Kittis says she doesn't believe this, she is being victimized again, and wonders when it stops." Safeco exterior seen. Graphic with documents from Safeco suit with insert supers"Safeco insurance co., Plaintiff, vs. Catherine Bolduc seen. In interview Kittis says she felt she was being discriminated and victimized against. Kittis says she was not asking for Joe's items and interests to be compensated only hers and her children's interest. Close up on judge's gavel seen. Zoom on Safeco logo on the building exterior seen. Close up of scale (justice) seen. Freeze frame of Judge's chair with insert supers"...that pays so much money advertising","what a good friend it is in a time of need","might consider spending some of that money" seen. Panning shot pans down dome and front of the Washington State legislature building. In interview Kittis says the judge's support made her feel better and he wanted her to keep fighting. Washington State Insurance Commissioner Deborah Senn (ph) works at desk. In interview Senn says legislation was put in two years in a row and the insurance industry killed it both times. Close up of finger scanning law book seen. Panning shot of law books on shelf. Close up of text in a law book with"1943 New York" seen. In interview Senn says (the law) was obscure but they found it. Larson reports on camera on the steps of the state legislature building. In interview Senn says the law was like a needle in a haystack that saved the day. Senn with documents at desk seen. In press conference Safeco's Dan Wolf (ph) says"I'm Dan Wolf with Safeco Corporation." Safeco building exterior seen. In press conference Wolf says"we're of course very pleased that the Kittis Bolduc claim has been resolved. Panning shot of Safeco Plaza sign pans to building. Safeco Plaza sign seen in zoom. In press conference Wolf says"We know its been a difficult year for Kittis and her children, we certainly wish them the best as they rebuild their house or get a new home." A truck carrying a portion of Kittis' new house seen. Kittis stands with shovel and says"ohh" as her face breaks for tears. Truck carrying house seen. Kittis wipes her eyes and says"See, you can even cry when you're happy." Close up on truck front tire backing up. The portion of house is backed into yard on truck. The door of the house moves past camera. In voice over Kittis says she is overwhelmed with joy. Close up on a back tire of truck moving through dirt slowly seen. Kittis peers into house window and laughs as she is caught by camera. Kittis walks with Kelly towards the new house. Kittis talks to Kelly and Madeleine near a dog. In voice over Kittis says"you want to see you're back yard." Rear shot of Madeleine and Kelly running into back yard seen. Madeleine slides down swingset slide. Kittis and Julie stand with arms around each other as others with shovels watch children play. Kittis shows the children around the empty house. In interview Kittis says there are bad memories and good memories on the property. Low shot of children on back yard swing set seen. In interview Kittis says there will be new memories and a start of a new beginning. Kittis, Madeleine, and Kelly kneel and let a fish out of plastic bag into back yard pond. 06:59:39 Phillips closes the show.