A fellow OSI agent goes missing while investigating country legend Big Buck Buckley who seems to be passing out top secret information by way of his music. Muffin Calhoun, a mutual acquaintance of Buck and Oscars takes Jaime to Nashville and introduces her to Buckley as the aspiring singer 'Jodi Lee Sommers'. Written by
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Buck's country-music soul-mate Tammy is an obvious reference to the then-currently-popular "First Lady of Country Music", and her features and appearance/accent are even similar to Ms. Wynette's. See more
The first close-up view of the studio tape-machine shows the VU meter's needle waggling at the midway point, indicating a medium-strength fluctuating "beat" in the sound-level, as would be shown if the bouncy instrumental/percussion base-track that had been playing on the machine was still running. But the song is actually ending, and so the music is just a fading-away "final strains" sound of "smooth" melody tones, with no beat or other "sharp transitions" that would make the sound-level meter needle move or even be much above -3db. See more
[about missing OSI agent Bill
Oscar, I gotta tell ya - this poor guy - if you sent him in here lookin' like this, it's no wonder he got caught. He looks just like you.
[on other line
But that's an OSI requirement, Jaime. We all look alike.
References The Road to Nashville
It's good to be alive in the morning
Performed by Lindsay Wagner See more