Remington Steele

Season 1 Episode 6

Steele Belted

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 12, 1982 on NBC
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A loser asks the agency to help him, but his alibi witness is found dead in Steele's apartment and his lawyer seems more interested in Laura than in the case.

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    Andrew Bloch

    Andrew Bloch

    Buddy Shapiro

    Guest Star

    Barry Van Dyke

    Barry Van Dyke

    Creighton Phillips

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    Raymond Singer

    Raymond Singer

    Waldo Church

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Murphy asks "What happened to you?" when Steele is still behind his back; at this point, he cannot yet see there is something wrong.

      • This is the second and last episode in which Steele's apartment has a doorbell; the first one is "Tempered Steele." In every other episode, including "Thou Shalt Not Steele" that aired earlier, his apartment has a buzzer.

      • Steele's apartment building in this episode looks different from the way it looks in every other episode.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Laura: Just because you think that the shortest distance between two points is an angle, doesn't mean everybody operates that way.

      • Steele: Ever hear of a section of London called Brixton?
        Phillips: Yeah, the worst.
        Steele: Three quid gets you a night's lodging or your throat cut. No jobs, prospects, hopes. Only two ways out: get sent to the nick or snuff it.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Movie Cites

        Steele: D.O.A. Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britten, United Artists 1949.
        Laura: D.O.A.?
        Steele: Uh huh. It means 'dead on arrival'.
        Laura: I know what it means. What does it mean?

        In the film noir classic, O'Brien's character is given only a few hours to solve the mystery of a murder--his own--by slow acting poison.

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