Quincy M.E.: Season 6, Episode 6

Welcome to Paradise Palms (17 Dec. 1980)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Garry Walberg ...
John S. Ragin ...
Joseph Roman ...
Ronald G. Joseph ...
Dr. Paul Minnara (as Ronald Joseph)
Silvana Gallardo ...
Roberta Wanaka
Dehl Berti ...
Dwight Snow / The Shaman
Charles Curtis
Rod Colbin ...
Dr. Lang
Joseph Runningfox ...
Joshua Wanaka (as Joseph Running Fox)
Eddie Garcia ...
Chester Wanaka
Danna Hansen ...
Stacy Keach Sr. ...
President C.C.


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The aircraft in which Quincy arrives and departs Paradise Palms is a Cessna 414A Chancellor. Introduced in 1978, the Cessna 414A is a development of the Cessna 414, the model in which Patrick Swayze had to make an emergency landing after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning and loss of cabin pressure. See more »

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14 May 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Paradise Palms is a fancy-schmancy development in the Southwest. The place is like a paradise--with golf courses, luxury condos, top entertainers and the like. However, it is near some Indian land--on which there has been a recent outbreak of the bubonic plague! As a result, Quincy has to fight with two sides--the traditional Indian medicine man who eschews modern medicine and the (naturally) greedy land barons who don't want to admit the disease exists because he's afraid of it hurting his project.

This is an interesting episode to me personally, as I have a friend who was in the US Southwest who actually DID get the plague from a dead squirrel--EXACTLY like the cases in this episode!! So, such an outbreak is actually quite possible--though it sure seems far-fetched! So is the episode any good? Well, yeah, though I would not place it with the better episodes--it's good but about average.

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