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    Starting with the pilot where a fish swallowed...

    Starting with the pilot where a fish swallowed it! :)
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    Also of course Chano on "Barney Miller" and...

    Also of course Chano on "Barney Miller" and "Tricks Are Not Treats" also featured Ron Glass, who would also be part of "Barney Miller" as Harris. Sierra's also in "The Towering Inferno" as the...
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    I enjoyed this episode. Really liked Scharf as...

    I enjoyed this episode. Really liked Scharf as the femme fatale assasin since it was a total change of pace from the guest shots people know her better for like Kirk's doomed Indian "wife" on Star...
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    I'd have to also add Richard Hatch in "Study In...

    I'd have to also add Richard Hatch in "Study In Rage" because this guy's singular obsession with Gretchen Corbett may be the most disturbed case of obsession with a single individual and leads to...
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    And thank goodness this was one case where the...

    And thank goodness this was one case where the backlash made a difference. First, CBS/Paramount went back and redid Season 2 and restored better than half the music so now it was something of a...
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    Music clearance has been the bane of many TV...

    Music clearance has been the bane of many TV shows on DVD. CBS/Paramount would often go the route of music replacement and slashing as we saw in a few Five-O episodes (what they did with "The Odd...
  7. Thread: Hawaiian Eye

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    "Hawaiian Eye" has never been released on DVD by...

    "Hawaiian Eye" has never been released on DVD by Warner. All of their detective shows ("77 Sunset Strip", "Sufside Six" etc.) have been MIA because they're loaded with music clearance problems...
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    Ed Asner--(S08E14) Wooden Model Of A Rat...

    Ed Asner--(S08E14) Wooden Model Of A Rat
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    Loretta Swit--(S02E01) A Thousand Pardons You're Dead, (S02E23 and 24) Three Dead Cows At Makapuu,...
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    Madlyn Rhue was a very talented and beautiful...

    Madlyn Rhue was a very talented and beautiful presence who could be equally credible as victim and villainess. Sadly, she was stricken with MS in the early 80s and soon could only act from a...
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    It's amusing that we have a victim named "Linda...

    It's amusing that we have a victim named "Linda Marsh" since Linda Marsh the actress appeared three times on the show over the years (I'm sure they had to get her permission to use the name or else...
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    "Charlie Cayliss" is really a terrible name to...

    "Charlie Cayliss" is really a terrible name to have come up with, because it's much too close to impressionist/comedian Charlie Callas for my taste.
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    "The Waterfront Steal" I get a chuckle out of...

    "The Waterfront Steal" I get a chuckle out of because that was Oakland's first guest shot after "Kolchak" was cancelled and he's still in Tony Vincenzo mode in that one!

    He showed he could...
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    The earliest Connery role I have ever seen was...

    The earliest Connery role I have ever seen was from 1956, when the "Jack Benny Show" was filming some episodes in London as part of a series of filmed shows in Europe and the young, unknown Connery...
  14. I found it funny how the ad emphasizes...

    I found it funny how the ad emphasizes hand-tailored for MR. Jack Lord (makes me immediately think of "I'll Kill 'Em Again")
  15. S4-"Didn't We Meet At A Murder?" (Sherlock Holmes Story Plot Element)

    I watched a couple S4 episodes I hadn't seen in a while, first "Goodnight Baby, Time To Die" which frankly is not a good episode for repeat viewing once you know the "twist", because on second view...
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    Got to admit it was just a little jarring to see...

    Got to admit it was just a little jarring to see Jerry Robinson of the Bob Newhart Show in this kind of role! :)
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    As any Star Trek fan who saw the episode "Requiem...

    As any Star Trek fan who saw the episode "Requiem For Methuselah" can attest, not all Brahms compositions on a TV show are necessarily authentic! :D
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    Colicos was terrific in S2 "The One With The Gun"...

    Colicos was terrific in S2 "The One With The Gun" but he would have been terribly miscast for "Big Chicken." (I will always associate Colicos with "Battlestar Galactica")
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    Gavin MacLeod Remembers Five-O

    From Gavin MacLeod's "Archive of American Television" interview.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRpR8rZ9R0w
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    Not often one got to see Diana Muldaur in a...

    Not often one got to see Diana Muldaur in a bikini, even if it was for just a split second in a flashback montage!

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    I like this episode in general but it has one of...

    I like this episode in general but it has one of those explanations so common to TV shows of this era about how "he had time to fly in, do the murder and catch a plane back" explanations that always...
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    Season 1-"Once Upon A Time"

    I watched this for the first time in a while because it came on the heels of my seeing Jack Lord in an episode of "Dr. Kildare" where he plays a surgeon who because of developing arthritis takes a...
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    "Capitol Crime" I watched recently too and I have...

    "Capitol Crime" I watched recently too and I have a hard time buying that Farrell could have been so over the top crazy AND been methodical enough to hatch a scheme on the fly and bank on getting...
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    Exactly. That's why I think the whole subplot...

    Exactly. That's why I think the whole subplot with the "accomplice" was a total sideshow that clashed with everything else we saw.
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    I will admit that Watson is so over-the-top that...

    I will admit that Watson is so over-the-top that you do have to wonder how difficult it must have been to get him ruled competent to stand trial or how his attorney might have failed with an insanity...
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