When a fellow P.I. is killed on the Ventura freeway, Jim and Richie Brockelman team up to find out if it really was an accident.
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After the car chase (when Jim lets Richie drive the Firebird), they hide-out in a motel. Behind Jim's head on the wall is a painting, signed 'V. Hoople.' That's Van Hoople, who was born in Chicago, Il. in 1934, and hired by Paramount Studios, where he apprenticed for Cecil B. DeMille as scenic art director, P T Blackburn. He's noted for his so-called 'Tiki' style paintings. See more
When the microphone in Joe Tooley's office is activated by Rockford's entry, it is labeled 35679KLM. When the agent reports it, he says "35679KLW." See more
[Jim and Richie are sitting in Richie's car - Richie bemoaning how now that Tooley's either dead or missing, he has no one older to discuss cases with, bounce ideas off of, and, perhaps get advice
I just think sometimes it's good to sit down and talk things out, like you and I have been doing.
[Jim shifts uncomfortably in his seat
Yeah, well, I, uh... run some of this stuff by Rocky. He has his own ideas on most of it.
Yeah? Like what?
Oh, you know
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