McMillan & Wife

Season 5 Episode 7

Point of Law

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Mar 07, 1976 on NBC
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Point of Law
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A naval lieutenant facing a court-martial on a murder charge is appointed counsel in the person of Commander McMillan, USNR.

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    Susan Saint James

    Susan Saint James

    Sally McMillan

    Nancy Walker

    Nancy Walker

    Mildred

    John Schuck

    John Schuck

    Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Charles Enright

    Rock Hudson

    Rock Hudson

    Commissioner Stewart McMillan

    Susan Anspach

    Susan Anspach

    Lieutenant Kit Boone

    Guest Star

    William Daniels

    William Daniels

    Commander Campbell

    Guest Star

    Andrew Duggan

    Andrew Duggan

    Captain Robert Stiles

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • There is an apparent conflict of interest. As McMillan points out, he "can't be a police commissioner and a naval officer at the same time: it's against the law." But "old friends can still have conversations," therefore his consultations with Sgt. Enright are not a mistake.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Mac: Mildred, are you still here?
        Mildred: I haven't finished your milk and cookies yet.
        Mac: Why don't you finish them downstairs?
        Mildred: What about you guys?
        Mac: Sally and I are going to spend a little time doing what most married couples do.
        Mildred: Oh, we going to watch television?
        Mac: Say good night, Mildred.
        Mildred: Good night, Mildred.

      • Mildred: Here we are, milk and cookies for own William Jennings Bryan.
        Mac: William Jennings Bryan lost the biggest case of his career.
        Mildred: Well, maybe he could win on appeal.

      • Cmdr. Campbell: There seems to be some faint chance that your client is innocent.

      • Sally: Gunshops? What are we going to be looking for in gunshops?
        Mac: Bullets.
        Sally: Bullets? We've got a whole box of them in the dresser drawer.
        Mac: Not any more. I ate the last one this morning.

      • Sally: Mac, for the first time in my life, I'm more tired than I am curious. Just tell me in the morning. Home, James.

      • Mac: (reading brief on exercise bike) Am I in your way?
        Mildred: (stopping him to read over his shoulder) Boy, this is better than a porno movie.

      • Cmdr. Campbell: Oh, I don't mind police commissioners. It's JAG reserve officers I haven't much time for.

      • Mac: You have no glamor in your soul, Mildred, not an ounce.
        Mildred: We of the broom brigade, Commander Commissioner, take a different view of things.

      • Mac: The woman has no patriotism.
        Sally: None at all.

      • (Mac is in his naval uniform.)
        Sally: Mac, you look beautiful.
        Mac: Mm, not bad for an old sea dog.
        Mildred: Yes, especially one who's never been to sea.

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