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Erskine and Colby travel from New York to Atlanta, leading an FBI investigation of a gang specializing in theft of expensive art items. The gang's M.O. includes a woman who becomes friendly with a guard, permitting her to find ways for the robberies to occur. However, the gang is also a pawn of others who have their own agenda. Written by Bill Koenig

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1 October 1972 (USA)  »

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The problem: viewers watching this series for past two seasons could/should not have been surprised
5 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Warning: SPOILER This episode just shows how utterly stupid it was for the producers to kowtow to whoever made the demand (likely, someone at the Bureau, not a producer) right about the end of 1969 that from then on, no character on the show was ever to die.

In this episode, we THINK someone has been killed, but to anyone who had noticed, it was no surprise whatsoever, and in fact was totally predictable, that he would turn out to be alive. Producers must not allow a show to be hamstrung by absolute rules like this on adventure/drama series. The episode might have gotten four more stars from me if the "surprise" had not been so predictable because of this. Indeed, the loss of real suspense because of this rule causes me to dock probably two stars off of every other episode as well for the last half of the series' run.


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