The Pan Am crew rolls the dice in more ways than one in glamorous Monte Carlo: Kate and Maggie square off for the attentions of a handsome passenger, but things get more complicated when ... See full summary »

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The Pan Am crew rolls the dice in more ways than one in glamorous Monte Carlo: Kate and Maggie square off for the attentions of a handsome passenger, but things get more complicated when Kate learns the sexy stranger is involved in her next covert mission; and Dean gambles with his career when an attractive, wealthy woman on the flight tempts him -- and he later discovers who her flying companion is. Written by ABC Publicity

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This episode takes place in July 1963. See more »

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During the IND Subway ride on the R-11, the background track plays a two-tone ring before the doors of the subway close. This two-tone ring sound was introduced with the R44 trains, which didn't enter service until 1971. Prior to that, there was simply a verbal notification that the doors were about to close. See more »

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Colette Valois: Good to be back in New York?
Dean Lowrey: Yeah.
[looks through his pockets]
Colette Valois: Did you lose something?
Dean Lowrey: I had a tin of aspirin.
Colette Valois: Monte Carlo - always too much of a party.
Dean Lowrey: Too much of something.
Colette Valois: High wire, perhaps? Always loved walking it myself, although sometimes it's helpful to have a net.
Dean Lowrey: Where's the fun in that?
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References Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) See more »

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