Quincy, M.E.

Season 1 Episode 2

Who's Who in Neverland?

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 10, 1976 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Who's Who in Neverland?
Margo Bently is writing her first book, the contents of which could prove very damaging to a certain group of people. She is murdered and brought into the lab as a suspected alcoholic prostitute with cirrhosis but Quincy thinks the body is telling him something different about her social standing. Quincy is asked to present a seminar in Buffalo, NY by Asten, so while he's preparing his notes Asten takes over in the lab. In Quincy's absence, Asten signs the body out to a phoney coroner and Quincy begins tracking her down. This leads him to a murdered literary agent in New York and a race to autopsy him before he's cremated so he can prove a link.moreless

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    Carol Lynley

    Carol Lynley

    Lynne Detwhiler

    Guest Star

    Joanna Barnes

    Joanna Barnes

    Margo Bently

    Guest Star

    Phyllis Newman

    Phyllis Newman

    Mrs Ellis

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Asten: Dr. Quincy, when I buzz an extention, I expect an answer. When I leave a message, I expect a response. Does that sound unreasonable?
        Quincy: Not at all, sir. But if you say it's unreasonable I'll back you 100%

      • Sam: Well, a $100 prostitute is still a prostitute.
        Quincy: Sam, old age has made you mean. What's gonna happen when you hit 28?
        Sam: I'm shooting for debonair, just like my honorable mentor.

      • Kendal: This is murder we're talking about. It isn't a game of backgammon down in Puerto Vallarta.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Scenes from this episode make up some of the opening credit sequence,
        Quincy stood talking to a woman
        Woman walking down stairs in blue dress with gun
        Quince and Monahan walking along the beach
        Quince shaving in the lab
        Quince looking up from his microscope at the beginning of the main credits

        Also shown in 44 min version where, although credited, Lynette Mettey does not appear

    • ALLUSIONS (1)