Remington Steele

Season 4 Episode 22

Bonds of Steele

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM May 10, 1986 on NBC
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Bonds of Steele
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Laura has her hands full trying to discover why an accountant at a huge corporation was killed while Steele handles several mysterious errands of his own.

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    Don Craig

    Don Craig

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    Rebecca Street

    Rebecca Street

    Allesandra Henry

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    Nancy Everhard

    Nancy Everhard

    Clarissa

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    James Tolkan

    James Tolkan

    Norman Keyes

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • CONTINUITY

        *From the closet Steele locked Laura into, she could not see the wedding. Once Laura got out of the closet, there was no need for her to climb up a chair and look, she could just leave the room.

        *After Clarissa called, Remington hung up and exited his office just in time to allow Laura and Mildred to hang up as well. And yet, Mildred said Fred had to bring around the limo. Who called for the limo?

        *Laura Holt is not even supposed to be in the Unidac building, and yet, she is paged into room T405. Why didn't she suspect anything, but bravely walked into the room, seeing that the light was out?

      • Time Frame

        Why does Laura says she had to pretend for four years?

        In "In the Steele of the Night", Murphy said it had been four years since they'd left Havenhurst Detective Agency. Since Laura had her own agency for six months, she could not have been pretending for more than 3.5 years

        Of course, 3.5 and 4 are pretty close, Laura could be merely exaggerating a bit, considering her mind is completely elsewhere at the moment.

        But it still contradicts with "Red Holt Steele", in which the goons at Varicorp said she had been employed with Remington Steele Investigations for the last 3.5 years, and "Forged Steele", in which Laura calls Remington Steele Investigations the product of six years of hard work; both mean there was no Remington Steele in the picture for only 2.5 years.

        Still, four is a new number.

        It also contradicts with what Laura says in the coffin in "Dreams of Steele" about "three years of building up the agency," which means no more than a year and a half without Remington Steele in the picture.

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