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
Cynthia Harris ...
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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Monahan first refers to Jeannina as Brad's mother-in-law before reverting to the proper term of stepmother. See more »

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An interesting plot idea but there were too many holes in this one.
1 June 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Ina Balin stars as a woman who Quincy used to date a long, long time ago. They broke up because Jeanina was unstable. Now, years have passed and they meet again. Now, Jeanina seems pretty normal and is married. However, Quincy's impressions that she's changed are wrong--or at least she hasn't changed for the better! Soon, her husband dies unexpectedly and eventually Quincy realizes the man was murdered and that Jeanina MUST have done it. However, before she can be arrested, a car with her in it blows up in front of witnesses. But, despite this, Quincy thinks several times that he's seen her--and soon SOMEONE begins leaving nasty presents for him. Could it be Jeanina?

This is a good episode in some ways. It's a return to the crime investigation shows that made "Quincy" such an enjoyable show. The plot also is pretty interesting and COULD have worked if the show didn't have some major plot holes. In particular, when Quincy thought he saw this supposedly dead woman, no one believed him--even though there was ample evidence that the corpse was no her...ample!


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