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Sledge and Dori investigate the murder of a history student who was studying Hitler's Third Reich. Suspects include her burly quarterback boyfriend and her kindly, old history professor.
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This episode abounds in 1980's trivia. The weeping quarterback with the running eye black is poking fun at disgraced televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker
whose mascara ran down her cheeks during a tearful television appearance in 1986. 1980's music references include Sledge reciting lines from The Police
song 'Every Breath you Take' from their 1983 album 'Synchronicity.' Sledge also refers to a group of coeds as The Bangles
. Later Sledge says he hopes to get home to 'watch something bad on the fourth network," a reference to the then-fledgling Fox network. See more
I'm already taking an adult education class in philosophy.
Really? Who? Kierkegaard? Spinoza?
References Wheel of Fortune