A woman named Alice has a psychic impression of her sister, Monique, with whom she has been separated since childhood. Both women are in danger. Alice is dying from a failed kidney, and ... See full summary »

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A woman named Alice has a psychic impression of her sister, Monique, with whom she has been separated since childhood. Both women are in danger. Alice is dying from a failed kidney, and Monique has been captured by a Satanic cult. Dr. Rhodes hopes to find Monique, save her life, and then bring her back to the hospital, where she can donate a kidney and, in turn, save Alice.

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8 April 1972 (USA)  »

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Could it be...Satan?
18 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode, though poorly edited, has a different subject matter than the usual psychic visions, as this one revolves around an odd lot of devil worshipers. The segment starts with a very creepy picture of Satan sitting on his throne, and I don't mean the toilet, while grinning in an evil manner. I noticed a few familiar faces, mainly because of their roles in Columbo, and they are Frank Converse(Perry Singleton), and Paul Stewart(Dr. Adamson); it's also nice seeing Percy Rodrigues(Sgt. Bruckner)make an appearance, as he has decent chemistry with Dr. Rhodes. One sister's in the hospital for whatever reason, but she has visions of her sister being carved up in a dark ritual with those wearing those famous satanic hoods, and wearing these silly golden earrings. Converse is especially good as both charming and sinister, and I had to chuckle when he says to the abducted sister, "you been a bad girl" after she tried to escape. My only real qualm was how easy Perry and his merry band of weirdos were located with only a few clues to go on, but I still enjoyed most of the show.


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