Laura returns to Acapulco after a dying man leaves a tuna stuffed with diamonds and wrapped in an Acapulco newspaper on her doorstep. Steele joins her while trying to avoid a dogged IRS investigator, Mildred Krebs.

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Vincent Baggetta ...
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Captain Rios (as Pedro Armendariz Jr.)
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Laura returns to Acapulco after a dying man leaves a tuna stuffed with diamonds and wrapped in an Acapulco newspaper on her doorstep. Steele joins her while trying to avoid a dogged IRS investigator, Mildred Krebs.

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Near the end Mildred tells Steele (Pierce Brosnan) that working with him is like being in a James Bond movie. This allusion to Bond is constantly reinforced by the soundtrack, which was deliberately scored to sound like the soundtrack of a Bond film. Brosnan would be offered the role of James Bond three years later, only to have to decline it, due to his contractual obligations to this series, but he would get a second chance to play Bond five years after that. See more »

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Towards the end, the boat the 'bad guys' are using to get away in is shown 'underway'. When Steele and Holt go to board the boat it is not moving. See more »

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Remington Steele: You know Laura, in crimes of this magnitude it's usually standard to offer a finders fee. Usually at 10% of the value and 10% of 250,000,000 dollars is...
Laura Holt: 25,000,000.
Remington Steele: Do you realize we could be given 25,000,000 dollars as a reward for being honest?
Laura Holt: That really astounds you. Doesn't it?
Remington Steele: It heartens me Laura. It absolutely heartens me.
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