Laura and Remington are hired by three video game creators to find their missing partner, who has apparently disappeared with a large portion of the company's assets and their newest video game.

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Albie Fervitz
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Emery Arnok (as George D. Wallace)
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Cynthia Denard
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Sheila Fervitz
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Kay Letrell
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Izzy Webster
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Laura and Remington are hired by three video game creators to find their missing partner, who has apparently disappeared with a large portion of the company's assets and their newest video game.

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22 October 1982 (USA)  »

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Roxanne Hart's real life husband, Philip Casnoff, was in the very first episode of Remington Steele. See more »

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Remington SteeleIzzy Webster: When Izzy Webster passes away in the arms of Remington, Laura and Emery, his last words were "Toodle-Loo" to which Remington Steele replies, "Now that's what I call shuffling off with style."
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References North by Northwest (1959) See more »

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Good comic pacing
20 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

Very good, early first season episode (third episode aired) of RS (the first season episodes were easily the best of the series).

Special recognition to guest star George D. Wallace (as Emery Arnok - the proverbial third wheel), who provided a great comic counterpart to Pierce Brosnan.

Also, part of the plot pays homage to North By Northwest, perhaps Hitchcock's best film.

I loved these light, fun episodes.

Peter Scolari (of Bosom Buddies and Newhart) also stars. It's also cool to see some 1980s "old school" video games (Centipede is clearly visible in one scene).


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