One morning Max - a huge, complex computer system - vanishes from the locked, alarmed and guarded building it filled just the night before. Banacek steps in to find out how tons of computer machinery could be sneaked out leaving only bare walls.
Did You Know?
Felix tells Banacek he has "better things to do than play Bud Abbott to your Frank Costello." Banacek points out that it's "Lou Costello," to which Felix replies that it "depends on one's point of view." Felix isn't covering a gaffe. Frank Costello was a famous American crime boss from the 1930's through the 1950's. See more
When Carley gets into the limousine at the end, she enters on the left side back seat door. In a close-up seconds later, she is shown on the right side of the car in the back seat. Then, as the limousine pulls away, she is back on the left side of the car. See more
Look, I have better things to do than to play Bud Abbott to your Frank Costello.
Well, that depends on one's point of view, doesn't it? Goodbye, dear boy.
Music by Thomas Augustine Arne
(as Thomas Arne)
Played in the marching band medley See more