An author suffering from writers block tells Jim he thinks he has the next best seller in an old murder case from 1961.
Did You Know?
At first Jack pretends to write a book about the tragedy of a high school graduating class, devastated by the Vietnam War. This is an allusion to _"What Really Happened to the Class of '65?" (1977)_, a book by Michael Medved
& David Wallechinsky
, which would become a TV miniseries produced by Universal and broadcast on NBC. See more
When Rockford (James Garner
) is talking to Anthony Zerbe
) in the hospital room, Rockford knocks over a glass of milk on the food tray while reading the note Jack gave him. This was likely an error on Garner's part from which he recovered, and continued the scene. See more
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Jim, I finally finished twelve long years of psycho-therapy and I'm now able to tell you just what I think of you... would you please call me...