Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop: Season 1, Episode 13

Princess Rosa (1988)
"Katts and Dog" Princess Rosa (original title)

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Princess Rosa, a retired movie actress witnesses a shooting and someone being kidnapped and taken by helicopter but everyone is having a hard time believing her. She intends to exaggerate ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Jesse Collins ...
Andrew Bednarski ...
Stevie Katts
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Denis Akiyama ...
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Cali Timmins ...
Maggie Davenport
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charmion King ...
Princess Rosa
Gary Krawford ...
Steven Andrews
Mark Lewis ...
Alex Cody
Dwayne McLean
Brent Meyer
Laura Robinson ...
Sarah Andrews
Allen Stewart-Coates
Rudolph Von Holstein III ...
Rudy / Rinty
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Princess Rosa, a retired movie actress witnesses a shooting and someone being kidnapped and taken by helicopter but everyone is having a hard time believing her. She intends to exaggerate things by seeing the helicopter as a "space ship" and the men in suits as "aliens". Written by Anonymous

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1988 (Canada)  »

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Hank Katts: Okay, let me see if I got this straight. Okay... last night... Maybe, last night... A spaceship lands at Cherry Beach. Two creatures hop out and itemize Sir Lancelot with their... blasters. Does anyone want coffee?
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This episode is kinda different
24 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I haven't seen the episode before this, so I'm not sure if this is the first episode without Maggie, or if the one before this was...But, Maggie is now gone. I'm assuming she is on some sort of trip since Hank is apparently taking care of Stevie. At this point, it doesn't seem Stevie has a babysitter.

I must admit that I really like the Hank/Stevie episodes the best. We get to watch their characters develop. Stevie is quite comfortable with his Uncle, and I think they compliment each other really well, as they do in this episode. I like the little things - like Stevie sitting on the important paper Hank's looking for and Hank scolding him "Stevie!" I also like the way they seem to talk like father/son instead of Uncle/Nephew. Perhaps that's the characters that were allowed to develop since Maggie's no longer there.

I've often wondered if Maggie left because the actress no longer wanted the part, or if it was to develop the Uncle/nephew relationship more. I wonder if her role was always suppose to be a temporary thing...

Another thing that I liked was the built in babysitting techniques Hank and Stevie used. If there was a problem, Stevie simply had to call the station. The station, in turn would page Hank and tell him that Stevie needs him. "Stevie needs you." Doesn't that just sound so...I don't know...like a real family??? I REALLY like the Hank/Stevie stuff, but I didn't care for the Princess Rosa story, so I'll only give an 8 this time!


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