Quincy M.E. (1976–1983)
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Snake Eyes: Part 2 

Quincy tries to contain panicked guests in an effort to keep a mysterious illness from spreading outside of the hotel.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John S. Ragin ...
Dr. Robert Asten (credit only)
Garry Walberg ...
Lt. Frank Monahan (credit only)
Danny Tovo
Sam Fujiyama
Joseph Roman ...
Sgt. Brill (credit only)
Mrs. Valerie Pines
Rawley Dinehart
Milt Kamen ...
Assistant Manager Leo Burke
Harv Bracken (as Joey Foreman)
Lynette Mettey ...
Lee (as Lynnette Mettey)
Al Ringerman
Michele Roman ...


Quincy tries to contain panicked guests in an effort to keep a mysterious illness from spreading outside of the hotel.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





Release Date:

4 February 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Good conclusion with plenty of twists and turns
28 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

Snake Eyes: Part 2 picks up with Quincy (Jack Klugman) trying to prevent a panic and people from fleeing the Tahoe resort as word spreads about the outbreak while also still investigating the cause. Another plot involves a mobster trying to buy the resort from the manager who had been resisting, but now is more inclined to sell due to the outbreak and the resulting mass cancellations of reservations.

This episode is a good follow up to Part 1 with enough twists and turns to keep things moving so that it doesn't seem dragged out like some other two-part episodes of the series. Just when you think the investigation is complete and all questions are answered, Quincy gets that nagging feeling and must make sure that nothing has been overlooked.

These first two episodes of Season 2 are a good start as the series began transitioning out of the NBC Mystery Movie of the week broadcast. It was nice to see nothing was lost in the transition to a weekly series.

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