The Riptide Detective Agency is hired to consult for a new detective television show. The lead actors follow the guys around over a week while investigating an actual case.

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Thom Bray ...
Annette McCarthy ...
Rosalind Grant
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Cary Russell (as Richard Greene)
Danny Wells ...
Myron Bell
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Lt. Joanna Parisi
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Jim Schneider
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Kyle Ludwig
Tony Mordente ...
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Paul Snider ...
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Ronald M. Vargas Sr. ...
The D.P. (as Ron Vargas)
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The penultimate episode of Riptide is a great send up of the ABC series Moonlighting. The Riptide guys get hired by a TV producer to "train" the two stars of his new series. The two stars follow the guys around on a case to get a little on-the-job training. H. Richard Greene turns in a great performance as Cary Russell doing his best David Addison (Bruce Willis) the whole way.

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18 April 1986 (USA)  »

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Contains flashbacks to earlier episodes. See more »

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