Hart to Hart: Season 3, Episode 16

Blue and Broken-Harted (23 Feb. 1982)

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Someone's trying to break up the Harts.

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Maitre D'
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Lt. Grey
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Arthur Radner
Mimi Maynard ...
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Someone's trying to break up the Harts.

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That's One Losing Bet!
31 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a fantastic episode. A million interesting guest stars, plus real emotional acting, it was awesome, even if it was all part of yet another undercover operation :-). The episode opens with the fact that the Harts have a new headboard. Out is the satin padded jobber, in is the Asian-inspired black wood. Terribly important, isn't it? An old girlfriend calls and hangs up on Jonathan, and J&J proceed to have a very fun conversation in bed about the people they dated. So confident in their love for each other that these conversations are fun and amusing for them, not a bit of jealousy. Then then a series of events take place leading the Harts to get into quite the public fight. But was it real or was in Memorex? What follows is a really well-done, well-acted, well-written romp thru the streets of LA. And the guest stars were really outstanding. Not a stinker in the bunch, even the very small roles. BLOOPER ALERT, Jennifer clearly has no ink on her fingers in the car, even though it was specifically referenced by Jonathan just a minute earlier. We get an appearance by Deanne and Detective Grey. What, no Stanley?! I miss that guy. Ah well. Also interesting is the real society columnist of the time, George Christy, as well as Alana Stewart. We also get some pictures from J&J's wedding, as well as a shot of nuns on bicycles being knocked down. Not too convincing on either part, but that's OK, this episode's a 10, anyway!


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