Mannix (1967–1975)
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Peggy's cousin and her husband, a Vietnam veteran named Bill Rogell, are traveling to Los Angeles by bus when Rogell runs into fellow veteran Clint Williams at a stopover. While they ... See full summary »

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Joe Mannix
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Peggy Fair
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Jesse
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Clint Williams
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Lt. Art Malcolm
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Bill Rogell
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Mrs. Gamble
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Peggy's cousin and her husband, a Vietnam veteran named Bill Rogell, are traveling to Los Angeles by bus when Rogell runs into fellow veteran Clint Williams at a stopover. While they reminisce, Rogell thinks he recognizes another man from their unit, but Williams insists Rogell is mistaken. Joe Mannix becomes involved, however, when the couple arrive in Los Angeles and Rogell is stabbed at the bus station. Written by aldanoli

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19 January 1975 (USA)  »

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Peggy Bait and Switch
5 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was so excited when this one started. An intriguing premise involving Peggy's family so looks like we're gonna get another Peggy-centric episode. Yes!! However it wasn't to be.

Peggy's cousin and husband are coming to visit. But when they stopover at a bus stop the husband runs into an old army buddy from Vietnam that quickly leads to him getting killed and Peggy's cousin almost run down. Once the episode really gets going Peggy and her cousin just disappear and aren't mentioned again. We also get to see Toby for the final time and boy has he grown! Toby is now a MAN!!! The story shifts to the army buddy and his autistic daughter who are mixed up in a heroin smuggling plot.

Not much else to report as this one wasn't very involving or interesting. There is a good action-packed scene where Joe is chased by chain-wielding thugs on motorcycles. There's also some decent expositions on the war in Vietnam and it's affect on soldiers but all in all a mediocre episode.


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