Quincy M.E.: Season 2, Episode 4

Visitors in Paradise (18 Feb. 1977)

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Quincy and Danny plan a simple fishing vacation in the town of Paradise. Then a case of mistaken identity drags Quincy into a closed murder case. The more Quincy digs, the more he realizes ... See full summary »

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Garry Walberg ...
Lt. Frank Monahan (credit only)
John S. Ragin ...
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Joseph Roman ...
Sgt. Brill (credit only)
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Sheriff Connelly
Hilary Thompson ...
Jessica 'Jessie' Casey
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Dr. Paul Taggart
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Peter Devlin
Ivor Francis ...
Howard Garfield
Barry Cahill ...
John Cassey
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Max Cullis
James Chandler ...
Judge Walker
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Quincy and Danny plan a simple fishing vacation in the town of Paradise. Then a case of mistaken identity drags Quincy into a closed murder case. The more Quincy digs, the more he realizes the case should never have been closed the way it was - and the more determined someone becomes to discourage the investigation. A new test that permits Quincy to tell the difference between male and female blood will confirm or deny the suspect's story, and maybe expose something worse... Written by CommanderBalok

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Quincy mentions the blood test he conducted being used by Dr. Noguchi. Thomas Noguchi is the real life Chief Medical Examiner of Los Angeles County who was the inspiration for Quincy's character. See more »

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Sam tells Quincy it would take two hours of hard driving to get from L.A. to Paradise. The actual Paradise, California is over 400 miles north of L.A. See more »

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One of the Best episodes
21 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Quincy finally gets some time off from the labours of the Coroners Office. Along with Danny the pair take a trip to small town to relax and do some fishing ... But it's never that easy (and besides, that would make a really dull episode!) What was going to be some down-time for Quincy soon turns into disaster when he and Danny get caught up in a town-wide conspiracy concerning a local man who is believed to have killed ex-wife. His daughter is not so sure, and embroils Quincy to help clear her father of the charges. But in the process his investigation steps on the toes of a Company drilling for oil, and the conspirators are determined to let, both Quincy and Danny know that they are far from welcome in Paradise.

A great, tidy episode of Quincy. Some classic Quince-to-Danny dialogue too.


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