A doctor for Intertect arrives and treats Mannix's injuries. The physician also informs Mannix that Lew Wickersham has been taking steroids prescribed to treat an infection. That's why ... See full summary »

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A doctor for Intertect arrives and treats Mannix's injuries. The physician also informs Mannix that Lew Wickersham has been taking steroids prescribed to treat an infection. That's why Wickersham's behavior has been erratic. Mannix and Wickersham separately probe the conspiracy that has left three people dead. If they aren't careful, the death toll will rise again. Written by Bill Koenig

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Good but complicated!
30 April 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode and the first part mark the first "Mannix" shows made by Paramount--the previous shows were all Desilu productions. The company was sold to Paramount in 1968 and shows like "Star Trek" and "Mannix" continued--just with a new studio in charge. However, this MIGHT explain why "Deadfall" was a two-part show--perhaps it was a way of ushering in the new production company.

If you watched part one, you were probably left very confused. Lew was behaving VERY weirdly, a couple guys were killed--but perhaps one ISN'T really dead, and LOTS of people seem to be in on some strange conspiracy. Fortunately, the answers come in this show. I thought they were pretty good but my wife felt the various plot elements didn't always work. I just know it kept my interest and showed that despite the changes, the show seemed in capable hands.


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