Newspaper publisher Darrell Bigelow has political ambitions, but is concerned about the extramarital activities of his wife, Rebekah. Bigelow hires Joe Mannix to "bring her home," and ... See full summary »

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Joe Mannix
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Peggy Fair
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Rebekah Bigelow
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Darrell Bigelow
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Maggie Larkin
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Lt. Art Malcolm
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Don Brady
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Hallihan
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Newspaper publisher Darrell Bigelow has political ambitions, but is concerned about the extramarital activities of his wife, Rebekah. Bigelow hires Joe Mannix to "bring her home," and Mannix is soon able to track her down. But his easy success in closing the case soon leads Mannix to suspect that Bigelow's story was a cover-up, and that he used Mannix for a different, and much darker, purpose. Written by aldanoli

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Hey, was that Magnum?
17 October 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of those "bird dog" episodes, but instead of someone sending Joe to find someone the client wants for other reasons, it's reversed to where the client doesn't really want the person but just a trail of sorts. If that doesn't make sense, watch the episode and you'll see.... that it doesn't really make sense either. The wife could just have called the chauffeur to pick her up and used him as witness, instead of the whole setup with Joe. Some episodes have Peggy say something that tips off the whole thing, but in this one the idea she leads to is just more goofy. Hard to recommend this one....

And yes, Magnum (Tom Selleck) is in it. Almost missed him as he has a short appearance, but the main thing is he is talking with a very nasal voice nothing like in Magnum or other shows.....


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