Cagney & Lacey

Season 2 Episode 19

Let Them Eat Pretzels

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 21, 1983 on CBS
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Cagney and Lacey try to find a way to arrest the son of a immunized diplomat who's using his nation's embassy to avoid justice after hitting a poor man with his car.

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    Tony LaTorre

    Tony LaTorre

    Harvey Lacey, Jr.

    Tyne Daly

    Tyne Daly

    Det. Mary Beth Lacey

    Sharon Gless

    Sharon Gless

    Det. Chris Cagney

    Jason Bernard

    Jason Bernard

    Dep. Insp. Marquette

    Carl Lumbly

    Carl Lumbly

    Det. Mark Petrie

    Sidney Clute

    Sidney Clute

    Det. Paul La Guardia

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The Lacey bedroom in the opening of the episode is shown backwards, typically in every other episode of the series, Mary Beth is shown on the right side of the bed, while in this episode she wakes on the left.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Cagney: Mothers-in-law and wives, you know, they always have problems.
        Lacey: Yeah, according to who?
        Cagney: According to everybody. Don't you watch Johnny Carson?

      • Isbecki: The lieutenant wants to see you girls, right now.
        Lacey: Women, Isbecki, women. Girls are usually under eighteen, and they don't have detective shields.

      • Lacey: Looks like a young Omar Sharif.
        Cagney: He's got crooked teeth.
        Lacey: You know, Christine, you're very critical. That's your trouble with men. You want them all to be perfect.
        Cagney: No, I just have a thing about teeth.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of this episode is a pun on a famous remark by Marie Antoinette, the last Queen of France. When told that the population was starving due to a shortage of bread, she responded with, "Let them eat cake."

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