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The Man Who Knew Too Little 

A vacation-bound Vecchio reluctantly accompanies Fraser, who is escorting an uncooperative witness (and compulsive liar) back to Canada to testify. Along the way, they find themselves being hunted by hit-men for the Canadian mob.

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A vacation-bound Vecchio reluctantly accompanies Fraser, who is escorting an uncooperative witness (and compulsive liar) back to Canada to testify. Along the way, they find themselves being hunted by hit-men for the Canadian mob.

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When in the car heading towards Canada, Benton and Ray have very visible breath vapor from the cold as they talk. The criminal in the car with them, has no breath vapor at all; making it obvious his close-ups were shot later. See more »

Quotes

Fraser: Ray, I thought you'd used up all your vacation time.
Ray Vecchio: No, no, no, this is not a vacation. This is a plum just waiting to be picked. You see, the district sends one detective from each division down to Miami to listen to some lecture on advanced weaponry, and I plan to be said detective.
Fraser: So it's assigned on the basis of merit?
Ray Vecchio: No, it's assigned on the basis of who can suck up to the lieutenant the most without making it obvious.
[knocks on Welsh's door]
Ray Vecchio: Cappuccino, sir?
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References The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) See more »

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Such is the Situation
Written by The Sidemen
Performed by The Sidemen
Published by Eiffel Dog Publishing
Courtesy of Dark Light Music Ltd.
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