Simon & Simon

Season 5 Episode 24

The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree

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Aired Unknown May 01, 1986 on CBS
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The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree
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When hoods try to steal the family journal, Rick and AJ are prompted to go to Boston (with cousin Elizabeth) and trace the family tree, where they learn about pairs of Simon brothers down through the ages. Wayne (AJ) and Mad Benedict (Rick) Simon and their mother (Cecelia) in revolution-era Boston. 1775 and 1776 Sir Francis (AJ) and Black Jack (Rick) Simon and their mother Evangeline (Cece) in Pirate's Key, Florida. 1692 Orville (AJ) and Wilbur (Rick) Simon, shoe salesmen from Buffalo (owners of Simon Brothers shoes) in 1986.moreless

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    Gerald McRaney

    Gerald McRaney

    Richard '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

    Gerald McRaney

    Gerald McRaney

    Jack Simon/Wilbur Simon/Benedict Simon

    Guest Star

    Mary Carver

    Mary Carver

    Evagaline

    Guest Star

    Jameson Parker

    Jameson Parker

    Wayne Simon/Frances Simon/Orville Simon

    Guest Star

    Scott Murphy

    Scott Murphy

    Officer Nixon

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      • Near the end of the episode at the Miami police station, there are two guys in the background. They are dressed up as the two main characters from the hit show of time Miami Vice. Rick, A.J. and Elizabeth even look at them funny while talking to each other, but never say anything about them directly.

      • This is the last episode for season five. This is the first time that the show used short clips from the episode during the end credits instead of still shots. It also played the entire theme during the end credits instead of the shorter version usually used.

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