Remington Steele

Season 1 Episode 3

Steele Waters Run Deep

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Oct 22, 1982 on NBC
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A video game genius disappears just before a merger, with $5 million and the plans for his company's latest video game.

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    Peter Scolari

    Peter Scolari

    Albee Fervitz

    Guest Star

    George Wallace

    George Wallace

    Emery Arnok

    Guest Star

    Betty Kennedy

    Betty Kennedy

    Cynthia Denard

    Guest Star

    Blake Clark

    Blake Clark

    Fred

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Even though George didn't have a driver's license, he could still drive. George could have still killed Cynthia and driven away in a stolen car.

      • When wires are connected to hot-wire a car or a boat, there can be a spark, but not a flame, as we see when Steele hot-wires Toodle-Loo.

      • When Steele first meets Albee, and he exclaims about how Albee invented the game StarSmash, he raises his hand to his mouth. The camera view switches behind him, and Steele raises his hand the same way again.

      • The pages missing form George Kaplan's calendar are October 18 and 19, which means the episode is set on October 22-23, '82. It agrees with the original air date. However, it doesn't agree with the dates in "Tempered Steele."

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Bernice: Sorry to cut in but I thought you might be interested to know Arnok's gone. It could be the real thing was too much for him.
        Steele: I'll try to take that as a compliment.

      • Izzy: (dying) Too...dle...loo...
        Steele and Emory: Toodle-loo?!
        Steele: Now, that's what I call shuffling off with class.

      • Laura: Oh yes, your mysterious past, never to be revealed.
        Steele: What for? The one you've created for me is perfect. Why puncture it with something as tedious like the truth?
        Laura: You're not real big on the truth are you?

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Film Cites

        Steele: I make it about two miles offshore, North by Northwest.
        Additionally, the missing person, George Kaplan, is the name of the government agent Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant), is mistaken for in this movie.

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