Lovejoy tries to help an old friend, now a homeless person by his own choice. They guy lost everything to his wife in a divorce settlement with the exception of a priceless watercolor of his grandmother, which he has been forced to pawn. The pawnbroker has told him it's a forgery, worth only several thousand pounds. However Lovejoy knows its true value and together with Tinker and Eric tries to raise the money to retrieve it before his retrieval window wears out. As a sidebar, Jane becomes interior decorator for a well-to-do man with whom she becomes romantically entangled despite warnings from Lovejoy. Written by
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Nights in White Satin
Written by Justin Hayward
(instrumental version heard on Gimbert's car radio) See more