Banacek

Season 2 Episode 7

Fly Me- If You Can Find Me

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Feb 19, 1974 on NBC
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Fly Me- If You Can Find Me
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A crippled airplane makes an emergency landing on a tiny desert airstrip only to vanish the next morning.

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    Sterling Hayden

    Sterling Hayden

    Tony Fowler

    Guest Star

    Victoria Principal

    Victoria Principal

    Brooke Collins

    Guest Star

    Jack Kelly

    Jack Kelly

    Lou Wayne

    Guest Star

    Ralph Manza

    Ralph Manza

    Jay Drury

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Banacek: Did you do what I told you? Drive the limo out from Vegas?
        Jay: Well, not exactly. You see, I ran into a little trouble. I mean, I couldn't really get what I needed.
        Banacek: You mean, you needed a six and you rolled a seven.
        Jay: Yeah. How did you know that?
        Banacek: I'm better at guessing then you are at gambling. Did you lose all the money I gave you?
        Jay: Oh, now, boss, what do you take me for?
        Banacek: Please, don't ask me questions like that.

      • Joe Daley: Mr. Banacek and I met a couple of years ago when a diamond shipment disappeared out of a cargo plane.
        Banacek: Well, not exactly disappeared. X-rays showed that the crew divided them up and swallowed them.
        Joe Daley: Well, at least the insurance company didn't have to cough up anything.
        Banacek: Still can't resist a straight line.

      • (Banacek checks into a motel)
        Desk Clerk: I guess your friend told you the rules.
        Jay: Oh. Well, uh, no. I forgot.
        Banacek: What rules?
        Desk Clerk: Well, no radio or T.V. playing after ten o'clock at night. And no alcoholic beverages any time. And no women folks in the rooms. Enjoy your stay.
        Banacek: How?

      • Brooke: By the way, speaking of first class, tell me just how rich are you, Mr. Banacek?
        Banacek: If you promise not to tell the ending, I'll let you read my bank book.
        Brooke: Thanks, I'll wait for the movie.

      • Lou: Well, what have you found out about my airplane?
        Banacek: It's still missing.
        Lou: You're going to have to do better than that.
        Banacek: I expect to.

      • Jay: How come we're going back to that motel? The TV reception is lousy--lousy. The ice machine don't' work, and--and that cleaning girl is an ice machine.

      • Felix: Must you always call without warning?
        Banacek: Well, next time I'll call you and tell you I'm going to tell.
        Felix: Oh, really, dear boy, this is no time for your insufferable logic.

      • Brooke: It's going to be tough for you to sleep. You could hear a pin drop in my room.
        Banacek: There must be a pin here somewhere.
        Brooke: I'm sure there's one in my room.
        Banacek: The one you used to see how quiet it was.
        Brooke: Okay, come back with me and I'll prove it.
        Banacek: Prove what?
        Brooke: We'll think of something.

      • Jay: Boss, it says, "Private: Keep Out."
        Banacek: Did you ever see one that said, "Private, Come In"?

      • Banacek: There is an old Polish proverb that says... "when the wolf is chasing your sleigh, throw him a raisin cookie but don't stop to bake a cake."
        Jay: I hope that means we're going to get the heck out of here before that thing comes back.
        Banacek: Funny, you don't look Polish.

      • Banacek: There is an old Polish proverb that says...
        Woman: "Better safe than sorry"?
        Banacek: Well, it's close. But the Polish version is... "a truly wise man never plays leap frog with an unicorn."

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