An Los Angeles magazine lists the five most eligible bachelors, Mr Steele among them. The problem? The men are being murdered. Can Ms. Holt stop the killer?

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Victor Janoff
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An Los Angeles magazine lists the five most eligible bachelors, Mr Steele among them. The problem? The men are being murdered. Can Ms. Holt stop the killer?

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Throughout the episode there are references to "Los Angeles owls" hockey team. Towards the end, when inside the stadium, a basketball court is present, not an ice rink. See more »

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The Four Seasons: Spring (Allegro)
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Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (uncredited
Played by two different bachelors whilst wooing Laura Holt
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Hot tubs, tennis, horse riding, the Reagan revolution in full swing...no more malaise
16 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh the memories of the 80s. Remington Steele was one of a stable of TV series that fit hand in glove with the Reagan era, where we could put aside the malaise era of one-term President Jimmy Carter. At this time this episode Steele Eligible was screened, the Reagan era was hitting its peak, and later that year he won in a landslide that was a real landslide (not the Trump "landslide" LOL of 2016).

Here bachelors are being bumped off, and Remington Steele is one of the bachelors. One bachelor got electrocuted jumping into a spa, another got murdered in a stable. It's not pretty at all.

One interesting filming technique in Steele Eligible was the split screen.


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