Billie suspects the gold cross found in a time capsule has been switched for a fake. Her investigations unearth the reasons behind an old family feud between the extremely rich side and the less rich side of the Matheson family.

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Alex Matheson Sr. (as Linwood McCarthy)
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Billie suspects the gold cross found in a time capsule has been switched for a fake. Her investigations unearth the reasons behind an old family feud between the extremely rich side and the less rich side of the Matheson family.

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7 December 1981 (USA)  »

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Lou Grant: Talk to Dr. Shephard at the Historical Society, find out what's in the time capsule. Give me a little eh... background. A little 'Gee whiz, nothing ever stays the same' or 'Gee whiz, nothing ever changes.'
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Mystery with elements of history and religion
8 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Michele Gallery's script has a lot of surprises in it...it's more a mystery with elements of history and religion. It's obvious that a great deal of research about the history of Los Angeles and its people went into her writing of this episode. The actors are great, and the on-location filming in the Olvera Street district of L.A. adds a nice touch of authenticity. I think what I most like about this episode is that you see two families fighting over some sort of artifact, and you almost think it's going to be a Hatfield & McCoys type of thing, but it goes in a completely different direction (and both families don't realize it, but there's another group that ultimately claims victory). The scenes are very compelling. It's more than a double-cross; it's a triple-cross, actually. Great episode.


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