Rockford ends up regretting allowing an eccentric hippie woman to use his address temporarily, when her ex-boss sends a pair of thugs to retrieve money he put in her care.
Did You Know?
Unknown to many viewers now (especially those not from the Los Angeles area) was the Source Family, a cult in the Los Angeles area - initially known for their vegetarian restaurant (all members' names end with 'Aquarius', such as the actor in this episode, Aesop Aquarian
). Much of the material of this episode is partially based on them. Additionally, Mr Aquarian, himself has stated he was also a member of the Family (aka the Manson cult). Many young people at this time and especially in this area were looking for the 'meaning in life', i.e., 'peace and love', and though he was associated with these two groups, Mr Aquarian did not take part in any of the heinous crimes the latter was known for. See more
When Rockford is cleaning up the fish he has caught in the first scene, you can clearly see that he is not actually doing anything to the fish. See more
[Jim and Sky are in Alan Bayliss' office, along with Chapman, trying to 'shake' Bayliss up, and get him nervous about the $30,000. Chapman's sitting on Bayliss' desk, asking him questions, which Bayliss answers in a mocking tone
Let me just see if I can recap, lieutenant; Jane alleges that I gave her an envelope containing thirty thousand dollars which she was to deliver to a man on the Venice boardwalk?
Lt. Doug Chapman
Well, that allegation has absolutely no basis in fact.
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The Rockford Files
(Main Title Theme)
Written by Mike Post
and Pete Carpenter See more