An unexplained break-in at Rocky's new diner has connections with the FBI fifty years ago.
Did You Know?
The title for this episode - unlike most of the others, which are usually a play on something well-known (books, movies, etc.) is based upon 'legalese'. As Beth Davenport explains to Jim, his having a telescope on the top of his trailer (with an unsafe ladder to it), and without any safety precautions, made it serve as a 'lure' to which the victim - further enticed by the ladder, made it irrisestible bait; an 'attractive nuissance'. See more
LaSalle keeps a framed copy of a commendation letter from J. Edgar Hoover, dated February 12, 1931 and on Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) letterhead. However, in 1931 the organization was simply known as the Bureau of Investigation. It would go through several name changes before being finally renamed the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1935. See more
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and address, I'll get back to you.
[with a real Oklahoma twang
Jimmy Scott? This is Aunt Bea from Tulsa. Cousin Randy just graduated high school and wants to be a movie producer. Now you live out in Hollywood, you just do something!