Remington Steele

Season 2 Episode 9

My Fair Steele

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Dec 06, 1983 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Laura and Steele aid a dying man to protect the interests of his kidnapped adopted daughter using her secret twin sister.

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    Judith Chapman

    Judith Chapman

    Samantha Donahue

    Guest Star

    Joanna Barnes

    Joanna Barnes

    Claudette Crockett

    Guest Star

    Stephen Elliott

    Stephen Elliott

    "Uncle" Norman Baines

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Goof

        *If Tracy's car has been parked at the airport for 48 hours, why is mud and cement still damp? Two days is enough to dry any amount of mud a car can accumulate.

        *After Ross Crockett's will is announced, we see the disapointed family leave the house, lead by Mrs. Crockett. Where's she going if she lives there?


        *Roxy/Tracy falls into the pool with her shoes on, but when Mr. Steele gets her out, she's barefoot. There'd be nothing unusual about it if she weren't wearing shoes with ankle straps - they're very hard to remove and yet harder to lose accidentally.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Mildred (preparing Roxy for the stockholders meeting): If they ask you a question you ask them to repeat it. If they ask you what you think about something you ask them what they think about it. Tell them you have the issue under study. Believe me, honey, it's worked in Washington for years.

      • Laura: This isn't a movie, and it's definitely not Victorian England! You're as bad as all the rest! What a typically chauvinist point of view! Thinking women are pieces of clay waiting to be molded by men!
        Steele: Nonsense, Laura. You molded me and look how well I turned out!

      • Steele: Apparently Ross Crockett was a better actor than we gave him credit for. He just convinced his doctor he was dead.

      • Ross: You're not an American, are you?
        Steele: No, but I'm inordinately fond of Mom, apple pie and baseball, if that will help.

      • Roxy: Boy...he is really something. I'm even beginning to like the way he talks.
        Mildred: Claws in, honey. He is spoken for.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Film Cites:

        Steele: Pygmalion! Leslie Howard, Wendy Hiller, MGM, 1938. Or, for those who enjoyed the musical version, My Fair Lady.
        Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Warner Brothers, 1964