Thieves target Honey's client list using a decoy who looks almost exactly like Honey. Honey and Sam have to figure out how the thieves are getting to their clients and then set a trap to ...
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Thieves target Honey's client list using a decoy who looks almost exactly like Honey. Honey and Sam have to figure out how the thieves are getting to their clients and then set a trap to catch the gang. Honey particularly wants a face-off with her double. Written by
A gang of thieves is using an exact duplicate of Honey to help pull a series of heists. Honey and Sam catch on quick. Now it's Honey's turn to play the double and join the gang.
Don't Look Now, But Isn't That Me is just okay - not great, but not the worst either. The biggest problem I have with it is the whole notion of a double. In every movie or television show I've seen it used, it's usually ridiculous. It shouldn't work. In this episode, for example, how is it that Honey's client didn't notice she was dealing with a double? Every time the double opened her mouth, it was obvious. Still a fair bit of fun with a good fight scene, a creepy old house, and Anne Francis X2 - just about makes it worth the effort.
For this episode's Name That Character Actor, I'm picking Jonathan Hole (have I picked him already?). He's another of those "you'll know him when you see him" kind of guys.
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