Remington Steele

Season 2 Episode 7

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 15, 1983 on NBC
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A poisoned TV dinner is the latest move in a long-standing quarrel between the stars of a series of television commercials.

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    Barrie Ingham

    Barrie Ingham

    Derek Vivyan

    Guest Star

    Bibi Besch

    Bibi Besch

    Doris Wagenbacher

    Guest Star

    Gwen Humble

    Gwen Humble

    Heather Saint-Germaine

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The food that was served and that killed the parrot was actually in the box next to the poisoned food's box in the refrigerator.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Steele: In addition to being business associates, Laura and I are... personally involved.
        Derek: I must say you do a remarkable job of keeping it a secret.

      • Laura: I think we have some good news and some bad news, Derek.
        Derek: What's the good news?
        Laura: You're no longer a suspect.
        Derek: Well, what's the bad news?
        Laura: You're definitely the victim.

      • Midred: Television is so disillusioning.

      • Steele: Where do you suppose Mildred keeps the numbers for car rentals? I looked through 'A' for automobiles, 'C' for cars, 'R' for rentals and all I came up with so far is a recipe for ratatouille.

      • Doris: Now look, Miss Integrity, this is not some pointless little mini-series we're shooting here. It's not some infantile sitcom to save a floundering network. This is important.
        Laura: I know. It's a commercial. The linchpin of the television industry.

      • Laura: What is this? I thought we were just going to grab a bite while we finished up our paperwork.
        Steele: Laura, we must never let work interfere with more pleasurable things.

      • Steele: And where were you?
        Laura: Under him.
        Steele: Good God. The more you reassure me, the worse it gets.
        Laura: Where are you going?
        Steele: To barbecue an old ham.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Film Cites:

        Doris Wagenbacher: I'm producing the E.T. of frozen foods here.
        Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, Universal Pictures, 1982

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