Remington Steele: Season 4, Episode 21

Steele Alive and Kicking (3 May 1986)

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A terminally ill man deliberately framed himself in a case so that his soon-to-be widow would collect the reward for his capture. But then he gets cured of his disease, and faced with life ... See full summary »

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Vincent Dowd
Pippa Pearthree ...
Nedra Dowd
Arthur Taxier ...
Lt. Steven Zweigenhoff
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Tony Petz
LaGena Hart ...
Heather LeBlanc
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Mrs. Tuttle
Richard Reicheg ...
Officer Maples
Tim Cunningham ...
Doctor
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Cop
John Walter Davis ...
Sergeant Briggs
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Schoolgirl
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A terminally ill man deliberately framed himself in a case so that his soon-to-be widow would collect the reward for his capture. But then he gets cured of his disease, and faced with life in prison for a crime he didn't commit, he breaks out and turns to Steele to prove his innocence. Written by Steele After Laura

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Laura Holt: [after Vinnie breaks through Laura's kitchen window] Who *are* you?
Vincent Dowd: Vinnie Dowd. I'm in trouble and I need your help.
Remington Steele: Wouldn't it have been easier to use the door?
Laura Holt: Wait a minute. Vincent Dowd? The LeBlanc kidnapping?
Vincent Dowd: Yea. Only I didn't do it. You gotta believe me.
Remington Steele: I thought you were convicted of murder. Life imprisonment.
Vincent Dowd: Yea, but I was framed.
Laura Holt: By whom?
Vincent Dowd: Me.
Laura Holt: [Incredulously] You framed *yourself*?
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