After running into an ex-girlfriend he had a fall-out with years ago, Quincey finds himself on the case when her husband dies and must unweave a diabolical plot to reveal the killer's identity.

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Garry Walberg ...
John S. Ragin ...
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Joseph Roman ...
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Jeannina Dixon
John Findlater ...
Brad Dixon
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Powell Dixon
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Louise Asten
David Bond ...
Mr. Barnes
Dallas Mitchell ...
Joe Placer
Vince Howard ...
Dr. Shiner
Dale Johnson ...
Patterson
Cynthia Simpson ...
Carlotta
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After running into an ex-girlfriend he had a fall-out with years ago, Quincey finds himself on the case when her husband dies and must unweave a diabolical plot to reveal the killer's identity.

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7 April 1982 (USA)  »

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Quincey receives a plant that he tells the staff is the same type Jeannina Dixon grew. The plant is obviously an artificial plant with silk flowers. See more »

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Decent murder mystery and lots of ex-girlfriend drama for Quincy
31 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

The Unquiet Grave begins with Brad Dixon (John Findlater) asking his wealthy father, Powell Dixon (George Gaynes), for money to cover a gambling debt as they are about to host an elegant party at their home. Powell refuses which leads Brad to complain to his stepmother, Jeannina (Ina Balin), who insists that they should kill him in order to gain control of his money. Quincy (Jack Klugman) and the Astens (John S. Ragin and Cynthia Harris) later arrive as invitees and Quincy is surprised to see his ex-girlfriend, Jeannina, as the host. Jeannina convinces Quincy that she has changed a lot since their bitter break up years ago and they rekindle their friendship. The next morning, Powell is found dead in his bedroom and Quincy conducts the autopsy which initially doesn't reveal anything suspicious. However, when Jeannina is reportedly killed shorty thereafter in a car explosion, it becomes clear that the two deaths are connected and the plot thickens.

Although a little far-fetched in some parts, I thought this was a fairly decent episode which does feature a murder mystery and some interesting plot twists. I won't give anything away, but let's just say the murderer is pretty unbalanced which gave credence to the out there nature of the story for me. I also thought that the guest stars did a nice job of delivering solid performances as well which could have been a potential issue for this type of episode.

Overall this is a fairly decent late Season 7 episode which does feature a murder investigation as well as some ex-girlfriend drama for Quincy to further complicate matters and I recommend viewing this one.


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