Tod and Buz,in the Los Angeles area,while Tod is taking a computer class at UCLA and Buz sells cosmetics,aid a "girl in danger".She claims the mafia are after her to locate her "Don" father... See full summary »
Tod and Buz,in the Los Angeles area,while Tod is taking a computer class at UCLA and Buz sells cosmetics,aid a "girl in danger".She claims the mafia are after her to locate her "Don" father who they plan to kill.Tod and Buz have an uneasy series of adventures before the true story comes out. Written by
As Jan's mother leaves the room with the detective she says "Tom, you will have to advise me about what amount of ransom will bring the best result". Ransoms are set by kidnappers; the actress probably misspoke and meant to say "what amount of reward". See more »
Full End Credit Acknowledgment: Grateful acknowledgment is made to the Hollywood Hill Hotel for the use of their facilities and Skyroom. See more »
This one is a pretty weak entry. The boys are in LA. Buz is a door- to-door salesman while Tod is taking a computer course at UCLA. (Yes they had computers then- the size of a room. Apparently it didn't go too well because Tod does not become a computer programmer.) Patty McCormack makes a second appearance in the series, (she was in the opener, back in Garth). He's she's all dolled up to look older than she was, (she was born 8/21/45 so she's probably 15 here). She claims that mob killers are after her and asks for Buz's help in eluding them. At the same time she leaves clues suggesting she's been kidnapped. It turns out she is the daughter of rich parents she feels have never paid enough attention to her due to their careers. Buz and Tod fight off a pair of comical detectives they think are the mob hit men. It's an attempt at a charming comedy that just comes off as being silly.
There is a rare bit of continuity there. The family thanks the boys for caring for their daughter by letting them use their mansion while they take a trip to South America. We see them having a pool party with a bevy of beauties and they are still there at the beginning of the following episode. I'm sure they stopped doing this sort of thing because they couldn't be sure that the episodes would be shown in the same order in reruns and syndication.
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