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The plot has more red herrings than a rancid bouillabaisse, but Lady,
be good is made unnecessarily entertaining by Nana Visitor's platinum
blonde femme fatale. As the criminal insurance investigator, she gets
all the best clothes (the little black cleavage - i mean dress - in the
would-be seduction scene is a fetishist's delight), all the worst lines
& inevitably gets caught red-gunned right before the final
freeze-frame, but somehow Ms V's characteristic intensity makes this
rather silly Double indemnity riff a diverting 51m. On the other hand,
Lady, be good IS an episode of Jake & the fatman, so Lady, it can't be
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