Open All Night: Season 1, Episode 1

Night Moves (28 Nov. 1981)

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Gordon looks for a new night manager for the store. The candidates include his inept step-son Terry, a hostile munchkin and a fugitive from the law.

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Shoplifter
Will Mackenzie ...
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Ann Nelson ...
Old Lady
Jonathan Prince ...
Shoplifter
Gordon Ross ...
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Gordon looks for a new night manager for the store. The candidates include his inept step-son Terry, a hostile munchkin and a fugitive from the law.

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28 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Arab: [Handing Gordon a dollar] Change.
Gordon Feester: Why don't you ever buy anything?
Arab: I have everything.
Gordon Feester: Except change!
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