Remington Steele

Season 2 Episode 6

Love Among the Steele

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 08, 1983 on NBC
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Episode Summary

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A driverless car nearly runs over Laura and Steele and leads to several romances, an unsuspected murder, and a lost treasure.

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Clive Revill

Clive Revill

Dr. Ellis Harvey

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Peter Hobbs

Peter Hobbs

Sam Fischer

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Susan French

Susan French

Clarissa McCullum

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • *It takes time, tools, and knowledge to take a car apart, not to mention putting it back, especially if it's a vintage car. Mr. Steele probably couldn't have done it alone even if he used to make living taking apart stolen cars.

      *What happened to the hole Berkholtzer's bullet made in the Auburn's window?

  • QUOTES (6)

    • (after the pair are 'rescued' from harm by a mysterious shooter)
      Steele: Incredible.
      Laura: A little too well-timed even for a Good Samaritan.
      Steele: And we were not even kissing.

    • Laura: Is there a movie for every case we have?
      Steele: It seems that way, doesn't it?

    • Steele: Good thing we happened to be walking by just now, ey?
      Dr. Harvey: You were walking in Bel-Air? Isn't that illegal?

    • Steele: Laura, why must you always assume that my intentions are criminal? Don't answer that.

    • Steele: I'm not planning on cutting a fast tango through your life and I'm not going to stop wanting you, but those are the only guarantees I can give you.

    • Steele: I think someone's shooting at us!
      Laura: Why?!
      Steele: Because we're kissing! Someone always shoots at us when we're kissing!

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Film Cites

      Steele: Splendor in the Grass, Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood, Warner Brothers, 1961.

      Laura: I saw this afternoon more like Tom Jones.
      Steele: Tom Jones? Albert Finney never had to work this hard.
      Albert Finney, Susannah York, Lopert Pictures, 1963

      Steele: The Yellow Rolls-Royce. Rex Harrison, George C. Scott, Shirley MacLaine, Art Carney, Ingrid Bergman, Omar Sharif, MGM, 1965.

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