Night Heat

Season 4 Episode 11

Set for Life

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Aired Thursday May 19, 1988 on CTV
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Set for Life
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While investigating the unusual death of one of three sisters living in an old mansion - she was killed when a chandelier fell on her - Kevin and Frank become curious about a the sisters' effort to keep their dead father's memory alive. The investigation is further complicated by their niece, a flirtatious woman who is looking after her out-of-town father's one-quarter interest in the family fortune. In a side story, Frank is pursued by payroll because he received two paychecks in error and spent them both to cover his debts.moreless

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    Cynthia Dale

    Cynthia Dale

    Allana Pride

    Guest Star

    Micki Maunsell

    Micki Maunsell

    Anna

    Guest Star

    Kay Tremblay

    Kay Tremblay

    Alice

    Guest Star

    Susan Hogan

    Susan Hogan

    Nicole (Nickie) Rimbaud

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Eugene Clark

    Eugene Clark

    Det. Colby Burns

    Recurring Role

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      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: If you're looking for the bones of a good pulp novel, a good subway read, here's your story: three elderly ladies, one mansion and memories that will not die. Bring on the butler. What, no butler?

      • Frank: Payroll's after me. I got two paychecks last week.
        Nicole: Oh, and you spent them both.
        Frank: They were going to take my car.
        Nicole: Oh Frank.
        Kevin: What, now they want you to give one back?
        Frank: Yes, there's a Pimple chasing me all over the building.
        Nicole: Isn't there a word for that Kevin? Aam ... theft.
        Kevin: Theft.
        Nicole: Theft.
        Frank: Thanks very much. I got a car, I got clothes, I got some kind of life outside the damn job.
        Kevin: Get old Frank. That is the solution.
        Frank: Yeah, yeah. Well I'd like to have something to remember when I'm old.

      • Kevin: You want too much too fast Frank.
        Frank: Yeah, yeah. My generation, right?
        Kevin: Yeah, something like that.
        Frank: What did they say about your generation?
        Kevin: Well, we wanted too much too fast.
        Frank: So, why aren't you paying for it?
        Kevin: Because we went to school with the bankers Frank!

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: And who lives in your attic, up there with the memories and the possibilities? Can you make it real? And when you've done it, when you can hold its hand, do you care if anyone else believes? It is, after all, your attic.

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      • OK, you got Sir Isaac Newton as the bad guy.
        Refers to Sir Isaac Newton 1643–1727) an English physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher, mathematician, theologian and alchemist. His 1687 treatise Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica has been described as the greatest single work in the history of science. It described, among other things, universal gravitation, which is a physical law describing the gravitational attraction between bodies with mass.

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