Jennifer Chapman, a young English rose takes a liking to Higgins. Naturally, Magnum suspects her of being after something.

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Jennifer Chapman, a young English rose takes a liking to Higgins. Naturally, Magnum suspects her of being after something.

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12 November 1981 (USA)  »

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At one point Magnum says that the reason Jenny (Devon Ericson) and Higgins (John Hillerman) get along so well is because they are "both British." In real life both Ericson & Hillerman are Americans speaking with a British accent. See more »

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Higgins: These bully boys, exactly what do they look like?
Magnum: One of them was a sumo wrestler...
[Magnum lowers his voice, embarrassed to tell the rest]
Magnum: ...the other was a midget or a dwarf.
Higgins: What?
Magnum: [raises his voice angrily] A midget or a dwarf!
Higgins: [raises his eyebrows] Really? No bearded ladies, trapeze artists? Where was the rest of the circus?
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Two men and the woman that comes between them
19 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a nagging mystery how a young woman could rebuff Thomas in favor of Higgins, one that has Magnum flummoxed (Higgins is loving this) and determined to call this woman out on her game. But what begins lighthearted enough turns into a genuine conflict between the two men, even as the plot thickens (complete with a sumo wrestler, a dwarf and a load of snooty British accents).

Magnum screws up and eventually has to make things right, and that's where this episode gets good. The two work things out, and it even humanizes Higgins to an extent.

Bros before hos indeed.

6/10


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