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Mannix stages a meeting with Irina at a coffee house called the Bad Scene, where Neil Diamond is performing "The Boat That I Row", "Raisin' Caine" and, in a later scene, "Solitary Man". "Raisin' Caine", which is interrupted by a fight and finds Neil Diamond asking Mannix if he can finish his show, has not yet appeared on any Neil Diamond record.
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The creators of the show, Richard Levinson and William Link, wanted the character of Mannix never to have a first name (similar to another of their creations, Columbo (1971), who never did acquire a first name). By the time the show got into production, however, Levinson and Link had moved onto other projects, and Mannix had a first initial, "J.," in Mannix: The Name Is Mannix (1967). In this episode he actually uses his first name, "Joe," for the first time.
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