Remington Steele

Season 1 Episode 15

To Stop a Steele

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Feb 11, 1983 on NBC
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Laura and Steele wind up working for opposite sides of a jewelry theft when the frightened thief looks for help when someone else beats him to the jewel.

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • After Morrie hits Murphy, pieces of crystal magically disappear from the floor.

      • When Laura, Steele, Murphy, and Morrie start plotting to take down Constantine, Steele's inspiration comes from The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) with Steve McQueen. Sixteen years later Pierce Brosnan would star in the 1999 remake of the film.

      • When Mr. Steele and Morrie leave the office, Steele takes his coat from somewhere behind his office door. However, when, earlier, he and Morrie went into his office, the only things that were there were an empty coat rack and an empty chair; Mr. Steele wasn't wearing the coat, either.

      • How does Laura know Hershel has been dead for two months? The receptionist never said that.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Murphy: (speaking of Steele) You've gone a whole day without him. Laura, It's just like smoking, the longer you stay away, the less craving you'll have. So! Dinner, now, with me. I love it when I'm forceful.

      • Steele: Where's fourth gear?
        Morrie: Fourth gear? I haven't used the fourth gear since, what was the year the astronauts walked on the moon?
        Steele: Sixty-nine, I think.
        Morrie: That was the year. But it's there someplace. Just keep shaking the stick!

      • Steele: I just want you two kids to be happy.
        Laura: The hell you do!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • MOVIES

        1. To Catch a Thief -- Cary Grant, Grace Kelly -- Paramount 1955.
        2. The Thomas Crown Affair -- Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway -- United Artists 1968.

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