The Partners (1971)

Season 1 Episode 5

How Many Carats in a Grapefruit?

Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 16, 1971 on NBC
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How Many Carats in a Grapefruit?
George's mother unwittingly becomes a carrier when a stolen diamond is hidden in a grapefruit.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Crooke: That's the biggest diamond I ever saw.
        Andrews: And you boys'll never see a more expensive one.
        Robinson: I hope not. That one caused us enough grief.

      • Crooke: What are you doing?
        Robinson: I'm gonna shoot out their tires.
        Crooke: Are you crazy? Those are our tires. We just had 'em put on last week. They cost a lot of money.

      • Ferguson (about the crooks): They're getting away in your car.
        Crooke: Well, they couldn't get away in their car. I've got the keys.

      • Crooke: What are you doing here?
        Robinson: Somebody pressed the button for the elevator before I could get off.

      • Robinson: Was that Lt. Ferguson?
        Crooke: Yeah, that was him. I'd know that fist anywhere.
        Robinson: If that was him we'd be better off if he'd run us over.

      • Crooke: It's getting terrible, Captain. Every place we go in the city, Ferguson is there. We don't know where to go anymore.
        Andrews: I'll tell you where to go.

      • Crooke: But you can't blame use because there was a short in the siren. That was not our fault.
        Robinson: Lennie's right, Captain. That was a mechanical failure not a human failure.
        Andrews: A short in the siren is a mechanical failure but failing to get it fixed is a human failure!

      • Robinson: Waiting for somebody, Lieutenant?
        Ferguson: Yes, I'm here to meet somebody I've been waiting to meet for eight months.
        Crooke: I think you're waiting in the wrong terminal. No plane could be that late.

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