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Season 1 Episode 17

Always Say Goodbye

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jan 26, 1966 on NBC
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Foreign agents in Tokyo attempt to derail a conference and plunge the U.S. into economic chaos by getting photos of the lead American diplomat, a notorious womanizer, in a compromising position.

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      • Scott: Maybe you oughta join the Peace Corps.
        Kelly: They got a special on this week?
        Scott: Yes they do, called "No bright lights, no glory, no flower girls bring you presents." Called just the glory of glow from within.
        Kelly: That's wonderful. I'll have a pound and a quarter of that. Haven't had any glow now in about a fortnight.

      • Kelly: You know anything about economics? You ever study that stuff?
        Scott: I took a few courses.
        Kelly: Well, give me a run down, will you? But keep it small and simple because of the size of my brain.

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      • Kelly: I'm taking his lumps for him, and that sumo Godzilla is chewing my leg off.
        Referencing the most famous of giant Japanese monsters, who made his American screen debut in Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956). Originally a parable on the dangers of nuclear war in the aftermath of the World War II bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Godzilla spawned three separate movie series where he battled aliens and other giant monsters, and appeared in two TV cartoon series, several comics, and an American remake in 1998. Just as a husky American thug would be called King Kong, Kelly calls a Japanese thug Godzilla.

      • Male Secretary: The Lone Ranger rides again.
        Referencing the the radio and TV series, The Lone Ranger. A Texas Ranger named Reid is the last survivor of an ambush. His childhood friend Tonto finds him and nurses him back to health. Reid dons a mask and rides into the Old West, fighting evil and tyranny with his faithful sidekick at his side. Specifically, The Lone Ranger Rides Again was the 1939 American Republic serial.

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