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A priceless ruby is stolen from an Egyptian exhibit at the San Franciso Museum. When West and Gordon are commissioned to recover the jewel, they led to a waterfront bar where they notice the ruby on the toe of a beautiful young woman dancing on the table. Gordon, disguised as a sea captain, chases the dancer but fails to capture her or the ruby. As West gets closer to the dancer, he discovers that he has competition from two other unsavory characters who will stop at noting to get their hands on the valuable gem. Written by Tiff Banks

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At the end of the episode, the Egyptian princess sends Jim and Artie a package with a note. Artie tells Jim it's a thank you message. However, the note reads "I was shot while trying to escape. The next thing I knew I was here and the Allies had taken over. Now I am to be repatriated. So until I see you again, which will be soon. Thank heaven. See more »

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When West lights the fuse in the freezer, it goes out. West indicates it's because of a lack of oxygen in the room. If there were not enough oxygen to keep the fuse burning, there would not be enough oxygen to breathe. See more »

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James T. West: Arte, why didn't you search her?
Artemus Gordon: You told me not to.
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