Simon & Simon

Season 3 Episode 18

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Aired Unknown Feb 16, 1984 on CBS
9.1
out of 10
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Rick is haunted by a recurring dream while he and A.J. are trying to figure out who devised the elaborate frame that gets them arrested for transporting stolen securities to Mexico, and their investigation leads them to a look-a-like escort service.

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  • "A Must Watch Episode"

    10
    This was such a great episode and truly part of what got me hooked on this series back in the 80\'s. The opening scene/dream montage just really grabs you from the beginning. I love the demonstration of Rick\'s concern for A.J., and it just really defines how close these two brothers are. I hope and pray they release more seasons on DVD so I can see this one again. A classic!moreless
  • The brothers are accused of a crime they know they haven't commited and are determined to prove their innocence. Despite the misgiving of their mother and against advice from their friend on the police force they pursue the trail to the true culprits.moreless

    8.9
    This episode illustrates what got me hooked on this series. The closeness between the brothers despite their different personalities, and the family bond.



    Even their approach to their detective work is interesting to watch. The brothers unite to uncover the real criminals and all the while Rick is having terrible nightmares that seem to come true.



  • Rick and AJ are working on a stock swindle scheme and suddenly find themselves framed for the crime. They try to discover who is behind the plot. In the mean time, Rick is being plagued by nightmares that continue to haunt him and terrorize him during wmoreless

    10
    The love and concern these two brothers have for each other is a focus point of this episode. Beside the danger, action and adventure there is an underlying sense of filial devotion that absolutely grabs the heart strings. They'll sacrifice their own safety - even to the extent of sacrificing their own life - if it means saving a brother. In one word...WOW!
Gerald McRaney

Gerald McRaney

Rick Simon

Mary Carver

Mary Carver

Cecelia Simon

Jameson Parker

Jameson Parker

Andrew Jackson "A.J." Simon

Tim Reid

Tim Reid

Detective Marcel "Downtown" Brown

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The celebrity doubles that appear in the party scene are: Bette Midler, Woody Allen, Goldie Hawn, Elizabeth Taylor, Burt Reynolds, Dolly Parton, Barbra Streisand, Marilyn Monroe, Robert Redford, and Paul Newman.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • (Downtown Brown warning the boys not to revoke their bail by going to Mexico.)
      Downtown Brown: As your friend I'm telling you, you're dead wrong on this one. And I'm not going to let you do it. Look, I'll stand on your shadows for as long as it takes...and you know I can do it, too. If you take one step towards Mexico, if you even go out for a Mexican dinner, I'll throw your butts right back in jail for your own protection. Try me.

    • Rick Simon: Hit him, for crying out loud!
      A.J. Simon: I can't hit a lady.
      Bette Midler Double (in drag): I'm no lady!
      (A.J. punches him.)

    • (On the movie star Allison Long.)
      Rick Simon: I'm telling ya, A.J., there's a notch on her bedpost with my name on it.
      A.J. Simon: Rick, the woman is a renowned carnivore. She will exploit you for her own pleasure, she will use you --
      Rick Simon (grinning): Yeah.

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