A couple of Feds comes to the office looking for Laura. But she's not there so they tell Steele and Mildred that they're looking for a photographer who took Laura's picture which is now in ... See full summary »

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A couple of Feds comes to the office looking for Laura. But she's not there so they tell Steele and Mildred that they're looking for a photographer who took Laura's picture which is now in skin mag which they show them. Mildred decides to play hardball. Later Steele searches for Laura. Steele goes to the photographer's studio and is attacked by a man. The photographer calls the office looking for Laura and Mildred goes to where he is. When Mildred goes there the Feds follow her and pull their guns, Mildred knows they're not Feds so she knocks them and makes off with the photographer. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Nana Visitor in Remington Seele
5 December 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I never expected to see Nana Visitor (of Star Trek Deep Space Nine fame) in a Remington Steele episode. But she makes a convincing appearance as a FBI protection witness (Eileen Fitzgerald) whose cover is broken when her confidential photos are sold by an LA, California, based cheap tabloid photographer named Douglas Veenhof and printed in a different state--Ohio--in a pornography publication of all places. The same thing happens to a photo of Laura Holt which is printed in the same cheap publication. This causes some embarrassment to Holt's relationship with Steele.

The problem is Visitor had testified against the mob in a key trial in Ohio...and now the mob--seeing her photos--has dispatched assassins (who pose as FBI agents among other disguises) to track her down and kill her. Holt is at first only indirectly involved in protecting Veenhof from harm by hiding him in a safehouse. But as the guns start to get drawn and the bullets start flying, Holt and Steele realize that they can only save the situation if they can solve all the clues in time. Holt and Steele find Eileen's safehouse just as the mob hit men are storming it to kill Eileen.

PS: Visitor appears in the final 10 or so minutes of the episode. Many of the best Remington Steele episodes such as Sensitive Steele, Beg, Borrow or Steele, Forged Steele, Steele Inc., and Premium Steele were made in the series fourth season and Steele Blushing should be on this list.


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