Ironside

Season 2 Episode 22

A Drug on the Market

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Mar 06, 1969 on NBC
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A Drug on the Market
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An old friend of the Chief's, recently widowed, is hearing strange voices and receiving threatening phone calls. She is afraid that she is going mad, but the Chief is determined to prove that this is just what somebody wants her to think.

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    Raymond Burr

    Raymond Burr

    Chief Robert T. Ironside

    Don Galloway

    Don Galloway

    Detective Sergeant Ed Brown

    Barbara Anderson

    Barbara Anderson

    Officer Eve Whitfield

    Don Mitchell

    Don Mitchell

    Mark Sanger

    Ray Danton

    Ray Danton

    Avery Corman

    Guest Star

    Victoria Shaw

    Victoria Shaw

    Judith Corman

    Guest Star

    Fred Beir

    Fred Beir

    Dr. Braven

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      • Ironside: Tell me, what's new and exciting?
        Karen Martin: Such as?
        Ironside: Well, when a very attractive and very wealthy young widow is asked that question, it usually means men. In this case it means exactly that.
        Karen Martin: Your subtlety dazzles me.
        Ironside: Subtlety closes on Monday.
        Karen Martin: No, no. That was, ah, satire closes Monday.
        Ironside: Don't evade the issue. Who're you dating?
        Karen Martin: Oh, well, you're the last person I'd tell. You'd run a security check on him.

      • Ironside: When I was a rookie, one of the old pros in the bunco squad gave me a piece of advice. He said that every crime is like an accountant's balance sheet. One side is gain, the other side loss. You always look closest at those who stood to profit the most from the crime.

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      • Karen: That was, ah, satire closes Monday.
        Karen is referencing American playwright George S. Kaufman's (1889-1961) comment, which was "Satire is what closes on Saturday night."

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