Remington Steele

Season 4 Episode 9

Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Dec 17, 1985 on NBC
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Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele
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The agency Christmas party is interrupted by three gun-wielding Santas who take everyone hostage and threaten to blow up the building.

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    John Del Regno

    John Del Regno

    Donner

    Guest Star

    Larry Gelam

    Larry Gelam

    Dr. S. Wilson Scabbard

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Tilly

    Jennifer Tilly

    Eva Wilson

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Although the thief's character name was "Donner", it is interesting to note that the actual reindeer's name (from Moore's poem) is "Donder" -- not too many people realize this.

      • According to the DVD commentary, this is the first episode to feature a third party (Mildred Krebs) besides the two main stars in the final frozen shot.

      • NITPICK

        *Apparently, Eva had instructed Dancer before she was taken hostage; probably quite ahead of time. Why was it necessary for her to carry the tape and the voice-changing machine in her purse?

        *When Mildred dumps the contents of Eva's bag on the table, it's very obvious that the grapes are nothing but plastic props; real grapes are never that glossy.

        *The line "One thing's for certain - they want me." What is it - delusion of grandeur or another leftover from the original script?

        *When Mr. Steele aims his gun at Santa, it should be obvious at least some bullets are missing - the gun is a revolver. But even if for some reason Dancer doesn't notice it when Steele has the gun, he should notice it later, when he picks it up - a loaded gun is much heavier, and Dancer seems to have some experience with guns, unless he got lucky with Dr. Scabbard.

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