Mannix quits Intertect after Wickersham agrees to accept a case from suspected gang boss Aram Karmalis. Striking out on his own, Mannix agrees to help a young woman. But it turns out that ... See full summary »

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Mannix quits Intertect after Wickersham agrees to accept a case from suspected gang boss Aram Karmalis. Striking out on his own, Mannix agrees to help a young woman. But it turns out that Mannix is now working a different angle of the same case. Written by Bill Koenig

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Shades of season two.
1 May 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

At the beginning of the show, Mannix quits working for Intertech and strikes off on his own. Although he goes back to work for the firm by the end of the show, it's sort of like 'shades of things to come', as starting in season two Mannix would become a private eye--an no longer an agency man.

Lew accepts an assignment to do a job for Aram Karmalis (Howard Da Silva). However, Mannix refuses the assignment, as he considers Karmalis to be a total scum-bag and won't work for him no matter the price. Lew insists and Mannix responds by quitting his job with Intertech.

In a seemingly unrelated case, the now independent Mannix has been hired to work for a lady whose boxer husband has lost his memory. Mannix assumes the guy is faking--after all, Mannix himself routinely gets his head smashed in and he hasn't lost his memory! Not surprisingly, the cases soon come together and once again Mannix ends up getting his brains beaten in again before the end of the show.

This is a decent episode--exciting and well done all around. However, one of the mistakes they made in the show can be seen in the first scene where Karmalis gets out of his car. If you look above, you can see the shadow of the boom microphone! Also, as long as you are looking for funny things, also get a load of Marcy's dress!!


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