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Dodie Green
Frank Renell / Jimmy
Charley Hager
Virginia Capers ...
Dr. Goerlich (as Oscar Beregi)
Henry Watson
Lilyan Chauvin ...
Cay Forester ...
Laura Hager
Gloria Manon ...
Jan Peters ...
Lisabeth Field ...
Police matron


Against Joe's wishes, Peggy agrees to go undercover to gain evidence against a woman named Dodie Green, who is believed to be the source of heroin that caused the death of a teenager whom both Joe and Peggy knew. Peggy manages to work her way into Green's operation, but is unaware that the handsome man who starts to court her is actually working with Green - or that he seeking to prove that Peggy is a police informant. Written by aldanoli

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21 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Really dumb...and a good example why the show had seen better days.
2 January 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I have so far watched every episode from the first five seasons and about two thirds of season six. I have found that the show is good but by season six, the quality had dropped a bit. Sure, some of the shows were very good...but too many seemed like they had just run out of ideas...and "Out of the Night" clearly shows they'd run out of ideas. It's a bad episode mostly because they have Peggy doing stuff that simply makes no sense...none whatsoever.

When the show begins, someone Peggy knows has a child dying in the ER because of a drug overdose. Now understand, ALL of Peggy's friends throughout the series either die, are accused of a crime they didn't commit or have being one of Peggy's friends or their family members is a very bad thing! However, what happens next is just nuts. A detective recruits Peggy to go undercover to infiltrate the drug trade! She is to pose as a prostitute...and inexplicably, she almost immediately is recruited by a drug contact...and it just happens to be the same one the cops have been looking for and don't know the identity of until Peggy just walks into it!! And I know this will sound mean, but Peggy just doesn't look like a prostitute* but like a pudgy middle-aged mom (when you see her in a bikini, you'll unfortunately see what I mean). Now had they played her as a housewife who needs money for drugs, it might have worked...but a $350 a trick prostitute...not likely. What follows is one near miss after another for Mannix and Peggy...all the while she DOES have a son waiting for her to return.

The bottom line is that the show never makes sense and the infiltration works way too fast and way too easily. I think the show has, by now, jumped the shark and I only hope that it regains its solid footing in upcoming episodes.

*Sadly, in real life Gail Fisher DID become a drug addict once the show was complete.

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