Remington Steele

Season 1 Episode 22

Steele in Circulation

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Apr 12, 1983 on NBC
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Steele stops a distraught young bank executive from killing himself then must find a missing girl and a "borrowed" $2,300,000 to keep him from trying again.

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  • Steele saves a man from killing himself by jumping off a bridge, and convinces himself and Laura he has a responsibility to help him.

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    Alfred, the man who thought he had lost everything and therefore wanted to end it all, gets help by Remington Steele. It's just that everything the team does for him makes him see that his life was actually worse than he had thought. The 2.3 million in his stolen car.



    We also learn Murphy picks up girl in the evenings and have them stay over, ehrm. Guess that means he's getting over Laura. hehe.



    Oh, and as usual it gets romantic a little now and then. yay! As they risk their lives they find that they aren't ready to lose the other one quite yet.moreless
John Doolittle

John Doolittle

Alfred R. Hollis

Guest Star

Gina Gallego

Gina Gallego

Angelica de Gama

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Richard Kuss

Richard Kuss

Horace Erskine

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Alfred: All the numbers of the bank start with 555.

      In tv and film phone numbers usually begin with the phone exchange 555 so legitimate phone customers won't be bothered by calling fans.

    • In the opening scene, at least one of the $100 bills is a $1 bill.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Steele: (about Alfred) You're alive. He's alive. Look, Laura, he's alive. Why are you alive?

    • Steele: Tell me, Sherry, would you by any chance know how to brew a pot of tea?
      Sherry: Tea? I guess...why?
      Steele: Because tea is such a mature, civilized drink. And in a few minutes I sense that we all need to be just as mature and as civilized as we can possibly be.

    • Alfred: I promised Angelica I'd do everything I can to help.
      Steele: Angelica?
      Alfred: She's a young woman. A very special young woman. The only one to ever make me realize that...life could be more than a...steady job...a room with two windows and a long book.

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