One of 3 episodes featuring (the in-person appearance of) Rockford's disbarred attorney friend, John "Coop" Cooper. In the 5th season, Coop took on representing Rockford, after Gretchen Corbett, who played the character of Beth Davenport, left the series. See more »
Incorrectly regarded as a goof:
On the stairs of the crypt, Coop yells "Dive, Jim!", so Rockford dives behind a tree.
One of the gunmen in the drive-by is using a silencer; this hits Johnny Bongard in the chest, then you hear the shot from the other gun. See more »
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford #2:
Sonny, this message ain't for you, it's for me. I just wanna remind myself to pick up the big ladder at the paint mart.
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What is the deal with this episode? I try and get in to it but there is something missing, it's like it has no soul or something.
Plus there is a ridiculous instance when Rockford, Coop and the 2 Mafia guys climb out of the burning newspaper building. The cops show up to 4 guys and a burning building and they automatically attempt to arrest them, why? Wouldn't the cops first idea be to see if everyone is OK? Why would they suspect that they are criminals? Plus, the most glaring point that I have a problem with is that Jim tells one of the cops, "officer, I'm a private detective and the man on the end is my associate" the cops than release them. In all the years of TRF has any cop EVER been impressed by the fact that Rockford is a PI? In my experience they have been HARDER on him exactly because he IS a PI!!!
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