Dennis pleads with Jim to untangle him from a timeshare con, without Dennis' boss, Jim's nemesis Lt. Diehl, finding out he's a victim too. Rockford's a lot more interested when a friend of Dennis' who's also an unhappy vacation homeowner, proves very helpful, and happens to be a gorgeous single blonde. Jim recruits his father and Angel to out-scam the scammers. Written by
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Reference is made to the pearl switch on "Counter Gambit". Eric Server, who played the banking representative William McKenzie, appeared on "Counter Gambit" as Moss' attorney Kramer. See more
When Rockford and Audrey Wyatt (Linda Evans) pull up in the limousine at the beginning of the final act (shortly before the "strike"), as Rockford walks toward the rear of the car where he is confronted by Simon Lloyd (Paul Jenkins), a bank of three bright studio lights and someone (probably the director) sitting next to them is mirrored in the car's shiny finish. See more
[Rockford is asking Angel if he had any trouble at the resort
Nobody tried to interfere?
No, no, they didn't even believe that it was happening. You know what occurred to me? I mean when you get a crowd like that? It doesn't seem right not to work 'em.
No, no, now you were right about the oil rig, that's the thing. But the thing that really gets them excited though is the jackhammer, and the compressor, and the noise, and that racket, boy, it's the roar of the crowd and...