Wrongly accused of beating a man to death, Jim discovers the best legal advice he can find is from disbarred lawyer John Cooper.
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David Chase helped write this episode and he went to on to incorporate some of the same Italo-American character traits, mannerisms, and accents in his later show, The Sopranos. Several of Rockford co-stars (from this episode and some show regulars), also went on to appear in The Soprano's, including George Loros, Joe Santos, and Greg Antonacci. See more
As Rockford and Coop are pulling up to Nodzak's place, they're discussing the situation. Coop's stating "I thought Mac Amodeus lived in a garage" as the car was coming to a stop, but his lips weren't moving. See more
Hey, you wanna do the number? Cuz I'm ready! C'mon! C'mon!
How about that. Harry Misanthrope.
[ignorant of Shakespeare
Are you by any chance referrin' to anybody who's present here in the festivity?
References The Godfather