Vengeance Unlimited

Season 1 Episode 11


Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Jan 14, 1998 on ABC
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A young couple buys a house, but when they try to move in the house is already occupied. They try to prosecute the broker, Joe Budnick, but he claims that he doesn´t know anything about it, and that he´s just a shoe salesman. Chapel contacts the couple and offers them his services. The husband is less than enthusiastic, but he gives in and lets Chapel do his job. The job starts with saving Budnick´s next victim before he can ruin her. Budnick immediately smells a rat, and is taken to KC, who´s set up as an insurance agent with a con in progress. Budnick wants in or he´ll tell the police. But then a client of Chapel´s decides to say no, and Chapel is all out of tattoed, tough-looking bar-owners with dye packs in their cash registers...moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Chapel: You're just a regular guy -- probably a Republican. You want your wife to feel protected. Not by the police or by me and anybody else.
        Jay: You know, I kept thinking, you know, what kind of husband am I if, you know...
        Jackie: Stubborn jackass kind.
        Jay: Hey baby.
        Jackie: I married you because I love you. Not because I need a bodyguard.
        Chapel: I guess she's a Democrat.

      • Budnick: So what are you, some kind of cop?
        Chapel: I'm just a guy who gets up every morning. I look around and I see people like you, and it makes me kind of sick. You all look the same, you're all greedy, full of yourselves, and I wonder if there's a big dome someplace where they grow you.

      • Chapel: I'm going to need that favor. It's kind of karmic the way it keeps circling around and coming back to you.
        Scanlan: Does anybody ever understand what the hell you're talking about?

    • NOTES (2)

      • While removing the funds from Budnick's safety deposit box, the song that Chapel is dancing to is Call Me Irresponsible by Bobby Darrin. (Not Frank Sinatra, as is commonly thought). This song has appeared recently in a Swiffer commercial.

      • Tim Scanlan´s earlier encounter with Chapel involved robbers in his bar. He claims that he has a right to say no becuase the favour wasn´t his, but rather his girlfriend´s.

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