When Jim and Rita are following Dr. Nevitt, he stops at a Mobil station, where the fuel prices are .69, .72 and a whopping .73. Before anyone says how 'high' prices currently (2017)) are, those sane prices are equivalent to $3.13, $3.27, and $ 3.31, adjusted for inflation (sill doesn't make me feel better, though). See more »
Speaking of money, Rita you never really did explain what happened to the money Maggie left you.
Oh yeah, well I'm not going to say that I should've known better, right? You're not going to give me the static? And I'm not going to hear about it from you for the rest of my life... it was this guy...
Yeah, but Jim I had such a good time spending it!
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Rita Moreno makes her second appearance on the series as Rita Capkovic, the hooker with the heart of gold. This time Rita is doing business when her "client" is taken out by mobsters. Rita sees who does it, and they know she's seen them. So naturally Rita turns to Jim for help and protection. Not a big fan of the Rita Capkovic character (I liked Ms. Moreno much better as her "Hey, you guys!" character on "The Electric Company") but this is a pretty good episode, enlivened by the appearance of "Godfather"/"Barney Miller" veteran Abe Vigoda, who puts in a fine performance as a mob boss, kind of a flip side to Rocky's lovable character.
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