The detectives connect the death of a millionaire to a modern day Robin Hood, while also trying to figure out what Dwight is really up to.



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The detectives connect the death of a millionaire to a modern day Robin Hood, while also trying to figure out what Dwight is really up to.

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26 November 2008 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the legendary English outlaw Robin Hood, who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor while fighting the evil laws and taxes of King John and the Sheriff of Nottingham in the 13th century. See more »


In all exterior shots of the mansion during flashbacks of the murder, the lights in the room don't go out until the crash of the chandelier hitting the floor is heard. The lights would have gone out as soon as the chandelier was shot out of the ceiling. See more »


Olive Snook: Uh, and what type of duty are you in again? Clergy? Tax services?
Lily Charles: Dwight collects and appraises antiques, which I learned right after he told me he's dating my sister.
Vivian Charles: Lily is naturally suspicious of new liaisons, but I felt compelled to come clean about our relationship. Sneaking around is for politicians in bathroom stalls.
Dwight Dixon: Not for a brisk and bucolic autumn-come-winter afternoon on the park.
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Written by James Dooley
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Dwight sticks around for another episode....oh, and some old fart dies.
27 May 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Stephen Root (Dwight) continues visiting with Chuck's aunts and you wonder what it's all about--why is he searching so hard for a beaten up old brass watch? Why woo the aunt?! Will this continue for even MORE episodes?!

As far as the weekly murder goes, a guy working for a millionaire wants Emerson and the gang to find out who killed his elderly boss. You may recognize the employee--he's Ethan Phillips. He played 'Neelix' on "Star Trek: Voyager" though under all that makeup you may find it hard to see that the actor in "Pushing Daisies" is the same guy. Also, the boss is the old-time comedian, Shelley Berman. The killing has something to do with a Robin Hood-like thief--exactly what this is, you'll have to see for yourself.

A good episode, but I thought the murder mystery to be a disappointment. After all, EVERYTHING about the crime was revealed by the narrator in the final moments of the show and you never really see Emerson and the gang solve anything.

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