McCloud

Season 2 Episode 7

Give My Regrets to Broadway

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 23, 1972 on NBC
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Give My Regrets to Broadway
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A Broadway producer is implicated in the murder of a detective investigating his business practices.

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    Dennis Weaver

    Dennis Weaver

    Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, Taos, New Mexico

    Terry Carter

    Terry Carter

    Sergeant Joe Broadhurst

    J.D. Cannon

    J.D. Cannon

    Peter B. Clifford, Chief of Detectives, City of New York

    Manuel Depina

    Manuel Depina

    Warehouseman

    Guest Star

    Milton Berle

    Milton Berle

    Malcolm Garnett

    Guest Star

    Barbara Rush

    Barbara Rush

    Louise Blanchard

    Guest Star

    Diana Muldaur

    Diana Muldaur

    Chris Coughlin

    Recurring Role

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      • (Chris is taking revenge for McCloud's absorption in TV basketball by pretending to watch a political talk show while he serves dinner)
        McCloud: (describing his "prospector's stew") Most people would think that this is just plain old ordinary beef stew, you know?... The secret here, ya see, is, you got to catch your lizard at the right time of the year... in winter is when they stay under the rocks and they don't move around so much and get all nice and plump... in summer, they spend so much time scramblin' in 'n out o' the sun, they get all scrawny and raunchy and just as tough as a bootstrap, no good to cook at all... now, this was a summer lizard, I knew right off the minute I bought him I was goin' to have to tenderize him, so you know what I did? I got me just oh about a quarter-pound o' sidewinder, and cut it up real thin...
        Chris Coughlin: (bursts out laughing)
        McCloud: You just had to do it to me, didn't ya. You just had to do it to me, didn't ya. A man concentrates a little bit on a basketball game on TV, and you're just not gonna let him forget it, are ya?
        Chris Coughlin: (laughing) Sliced sidewinder?
        McCloud: You heard every word I said, didn't ya.
        Chris Coughlin: Sam McCloud, I never could take my ears off of you.

      • (a telephone call during the cocktail party)
        Louise Blanchard: Who's the call for?
        Smight: The gentleman in the cowboy boots, Madam.

      • Sgt. Broadhurst: That was some leave of absence, about twelve minutes.
        McCloud: (reading case files) Yeah, well, I just dropped by to do a little perusin'.
        Sgt. Broadhurst: A little what?

      • (McCloud is completely absorbed in the basketball playoffs on television)
        Chris Coughlin: Sam, your pants are on fire.
        McCloud: (not listening) Yeah, you betcha, yeah, just as soon as the quarter's over.

      • Malcolm Garnett: (interrupting a rehearsal of "Boogie-Woogie GI Joe") Wrong! Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong! This is nostalgia! Not parody! It's not burlesque, not camp! It's whimsy! You people obviously do not understand what we are portraying here. These are Those Frolicking Forties... Simple years, clean years. World War Two! A war with a heart! A war that everybody could understand! This is a war you came out of the theater whistling from!... What is this, an amateur show? What am I running here?... America was clean and unpolluted. We were wonderful. Everybody liked us then... What I am trying to say is, to make this look sincere, and make it look simple!

      • I want some earth beneath my boots again,
        I wanna get back to my roots again...
        Well, all I can say is thank you
        For invitin' me to join you,
        But I want to live my life another way.
        —Sung by McCloud in a voiceover.

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