This episode takes place between: Sunday, March 19 - Monday, March 20
Director Keaton is most famous for her acting roles and her many appearences in Woody Allen films.
Log Lady intro:
A death mask. Is there a reason for a death mask? It is barely a physical resemblance--in death, the muscles so relaxed, the face so without the animating spark. A death mask is almost an intrusion on a beautiful memory. And yet, who could throw away the casting of a loved one? Who would not want to study it longingly, as the distant freight train blows its mournful tone?
Windom Earle: Now, Dale. Listen carefully. It's your move...
Pete: I owe it all to the immortal Master: Jose Raoul Capablanca. If there's chessboards in heaven, you'll find Jose sittin' across from the Lord.
Albert: About the uniform, Coop. Replacing the elegance of the dark suit and tie with the casual indifference of these muted earth tones is a form of fashion suicide. But, call me crazy... on you it works.
Neilson Rating: 5.5/??, Number 85 for the week.
Kimmy Robertson does not appear in this episode.
A.K.A. "Slaves and Masters"
Gone with the Wind:
In their attempt to bring Ben out of his mania, Audrey, Jerry and Dr. Jacoby dress in civil war era costumes that are clearly meant to recall the famous movie.