This time Columbo has to deal with a passion crime by a sex therapist. As usual, this completely new environment to Columbo is an opportunity for him to show off more unusual talents, as well as pit his wit against an opponent who is well versed in the psychology that he himself uses so well. Written by
Maarten Hofman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Detective Colombo plays the tuba in this episode. He says he learned to play in high school because it was the only instrument left. See more
When Crouse is trying on her "murder outfit" at her house prior to going to the party, she is shown putting on a black silk undergarment (covering her chest). She then puts on a black dress. This dress has deep "V" neck which goes down to her stomach showing her skin - the black undergarment has disappeared. See more
[at the charity reception
Go circulate! Get money for music!
Married women circulate - single women mingle.
References Sex and the Single Girl