14/16 Season Four Episode Three: Unfinished Business-Scarecrow and Mrs King

On to the next scene and Francine is in the Q bureau reviewing the list of corporations with the possible short hand.
Francine
: “Blackthorne’s signature on petrol requisition not authorised…”4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002228695
I’d recognise that zebra anywhere! this is Lee’s desk! Smile That zebra needs a name.. Shamba?! [since he was not shamba anyway? Shamgoba!!!!]
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Francine: “Blackthorne positive link, at least 200,000. Gave Blackthorne copy of faked voucher and then advised he turn himself in…
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…We will meet him tonight.” That’s it.
[Ohhhh so that’s what the blackmail was!! Blackthorne defrauded someone of $200,000- so he’s a greedy bad guy huh!]
Lee
: What was the date of that last entry?
Francine
: Uh, September 18th.
Lee
: It’s the night they died.4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002252452
Francine
: Thomas Blackthorne sold Allied supplies to the Russians? That’s treason. [Russians.. Russians.. Russians.. hmm…]4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002252752
[Ummm is this exchange hinting that Francine knows this is linked to the death of Lee’s parents! Did Lee tell her? I guess she doesn’t have to know who the ‘they’ in ‘they died’ refers to but it’s very strange she doesn’t ask! Like it was strange Billy didn’t really ask questions… It’s like a scene has been deleted where Billy and Francine found out about Lee’s parents to me.]
Amanda: And then he took the money to an obscure little country, started a business empire and kept right on stealing.
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[And it still blows Amanda’s hair out- sideways! I love how Amanda is such a seasoned pro now about how bad people operate!]
Francine
: That explains why he’s so friendly with Rene Sinclair.
Lee
: Is he still in the country?
Francine
: The International Communications Agency is throwing a luncheon at the Plaza in his honour at one o’clock and then he’s going straight from there to the airport.
[Is the ICA real?
I notice Francine hasn’t been assigned the role of coordinating the security at that hotel. whahahahaaa!!! How hilarious would it be if Francine shows up there and Van Kleef has moved on from the hotel Monroe to the Plaza..

He pushes his champagne fountain until he sees Francine – and then runs for the hills! It could have been a great running gag! Literally!
Oh well.. Good thing Francine knows exactly where Sinclair will be.]
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Lee:
Well, if we want to talk to him, we’d better get rolling.
[I wonder if the guy that stood Francine up earlier will be there!

So I guess any talk of Billy passing the case on to Francine and ordering obsessed Lee to take a few days off seems to be completely forgotten! What a non event that was! Feels to me like that was a contrived road block at a point in the plot to keep the suspense going.. ]

On to the Plaza hotel. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002278878
Uh oh.
We see someone assembling a rifle.. this can’t be good!
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A shot of someone assembling a rifle, so he can shoot Sinclair…
We see the vette and a pale sedan pull up at the Plaza. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002298698
The assassin comes into view. Man he looks familiar! have we seen this guy before? anyone?
Lee and Amanda are down at the entrance.
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Lee looks over and noticed Mr try hard Landers.
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[Learjet says he’s ‘dressed like Don Johnson.’ – love it!! Miami Try Hard! ]
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Landers checks his watch and then looks up at a building behind Lee.. waaaay up high. Lol! I’m surprised he doesn’t wave at the gunman Smile and give a big shout out! 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002310110
Lee looks up at what Mr Don Johnson wannabee was looking at.. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002311011
LOL gee it’s amazing anyone could see this gunman, he’s so well hidden! not.. rofl!
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Francine joins Lee and Amanda.. they start walking toward the entrance.4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002317617
Lee:
We’ve got trouble upstairs. Amanda, you go inside and make sure Sinclair stays put, huh? 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002320920
[Squeeee!!! Not telling Amanda to stay in the car! Smile.. just stay with Sinclair!]
(Amanda heads in side to find Sinclair and leave the action to Lee and Francine)4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002325125
Aha! I randomly came across at least one place where I’ve seen this baddie before.
He was a guard at the Triton Club in Flight to Freedom!

Err at least.. I think it’s him!
[I was reading those old posts thinking about season 3 ep order – a totally random find!]
Lee casually approaches a secret service agent. [Who is clearly blind and part of some ridiculous effort to increase diversity in the secret service Winking smile]4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002327227
Lee
: We’ve got a shooter on the roof across the street. Don’t look. I don’t want to spook him… 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002329929[I love how Lee and Francine approach this secret service agent and don’t show any ID. I guess they can’t they’re being observed- but.. they expect this agent to just take their word for it and do what Lee says. whahahahaaha!!!! lol maybe the agent will think Lee is a prankster! Smile  Maybe he knows him?…]
…Francine, check out Don Johnson over there, will ya? [Oh rofl!!!! Learjet did you know this dialogue was coming when you wrote that?! I love it!!!]
Francine
: Bag him?4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002339239
Lee
: Quietly. You know what to do. [Go Francine! Smile]
[LOL Secret Service guy gives Lee a nod. He do what Lee say! good secret service agent!]
Assassin on the roof, waiting and watching.
He checks his watch which reads just after 12:20.4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002352152 He rushes to disassemble the rifle.4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002354854 He sticks it in his black bag and turns to leave. [Ummm why? me confused. I thought Sinclair was already in the building, was giving a speech at 1pm. so why at 1220 would the gunman be leaving? Has he noticed they are on to him? did I miss that? maybe that’s it..]
Surprise!4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002361761

Lee
: End of the line, pal. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002364164
Lee’s joined by a few other secret service agents.
[Apology accepted guys! Winking smile ]4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002367167
The secret service agents move in to cuff him.. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002374974
Time for a Wayne’s World dissolve!!
And Lee begins to remember something.. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002379479
Little Lee is up that tree out the front of his place. [Ain’t he a cutie!]
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He watches a man walk down the pathway from the front door towards the gate in the white picket fence toward a black sedan..
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Driver
: Well, do they know?
Blackthorne: They know. They’ve got something to show me but not here, there’s a kid. It’s gonna happen tonight.
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Little Lee heard the conversation.

[Why would you tell Blackthorne you’ve got something that will damage him and give him time to make preparations?
Me thinks Lee’s parents were a little unprepared, maybe they underestimated how ruthless Blackthorne could be- i.e. he’s greedy, not dangerous. (Clearly they hadn’t seen how he decorates!!!) ]

We cut back to Lee and his memory comes to an end.
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Judging by this expression –
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– I think he’s put it all together: Blackthorne killed his parents!!!!!!!!! [Joseph, Thomas, Dick or Harry – Blackthorne did it!!!]
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[And hey Lee, did you know he was the source of those CIA reports?! tee hee 😉 ]

Back down at street level, Amanda waits for Lee by the car. She sees Francine, dragging “Don Johnson” (Landers) with her, holding a gun to his side.4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002414714
Francine
: Next time I won’t ask you so nicely. 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002417717
LOL! Landers seems to be limping Smile Ouchie! Ha haaaaa.. go Francine! 4.03 UNFINISHED BUSINESS.avi_002418685

I better pause here… Anything you’d like to share y’all? Hope you are all doin smky great! 

33 responses to “14/16 Season Four Episode Three: Unfinished Business-Scarecrow and Mrs King

  1. I agree! I think Francine (at least) and Billy (probably) knows that this is connected to the death of Lee’s parents. If Billy does know, then I think he definitely was right to give Lee a couple of days leave, ahem, to cool off.

    Yes, I do love Amanda’s cool one-liners in this episode – she is showing how far she’s come professionally. I just wish they’d kept that up with her field skills instead of continuing the small bits where she still acts like a housewife rather than someone with some experience.

    That would have been hysterical if Van Kleef was at the Plaza!! I like that idea!

    Hmm, I don’t know that they forgot the idea to give Lee a few days off. It looks like Amanda found Francine, they went up to the Q to meet Lee, filled her in (which they were supposed to do), and then had her look at the markings in the margin right away. I can see Francine doing that in front of them rather than making them go away, especially since it had to do with Lee’s parents. Yeah, I guess I’m assuming Lee’s told her that, but I do think the viewers are supposed to assume that? But since they now have proof that Blackthorne was up to no good, it also makes sense that Lee and Amanda stay involved because it is no longer just an obsession, but a real case.

    Ugh…just how does Lee immediately see the sniper but the secret service dude doesn’t??? He looks very familiar – I think he’s the sniper in TBWCBK. The one who gets it in the dumpster. He does look like the same guy at the Triton Club to me but younger. Maybe it’s the same actor in all three?

    Ugh – I do believe in Francine’s skills as a spy, and I do see that she has a gun on Don Johnson, but would he really not try to hit her and get away? Surely he doesn’t think she’ll shoot him? Was he even armed?

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  2. I like the vibe with Francine being a part of the team and not having to hear any snarky comments. Maybe she restrained herself because she knew this was about Lee’s parents. I would think that at some point in this that with Amanda by his side, Lee was feeling a bit more comfortable about sharing some things and maybe gave Francine a quick update as to what was going on.

    It would have been awesome to see a Van Kleef and Francine run-in again.

    I was a huge fan of Miami Vice and sometimes forget that these two shows were on during some of the same time period. Goodness, the 80s fashions were all over the place. The Don Johnson line cracks me up.

    The Secret Service guy between Lee and Francine reminds me of the guy in sunglasses at Lee’s non-funeral back in ROTP. But I don’t think it was the same guy, different build, etc.

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  3. I think the Don Johnson description may have originated with KC, my very vigilant beta. I seem to remember putting it less elegantly than her suggestion (which was what made it into the final transcription). Actually, Jumbo Jet and I watched a couple of episodes of Miami Vice about 2 years ago. The best part was the music and the lighting of the night scenes of sports cars speeding along roads in pursuit of whoever DJ was in pursuit of… SMK is much more interesting.

    On a side-note, Francine looks great in perwinkle ( I think) blue. Much better than Amanda’s upholstery look…

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  4. hi guys! Hope you are all well!
    Looks like I’ve just gone on a binge (that’s usually BJo’s trick! 🙂 ) Hope you guys don’t mind but there were so many great thoughts shared I just had to binge!

    Anyway, RL is not slowing down for me till October at the earliest.. so it looks like the walk will be keeping this slower pace until then…
    So if you are trying to keep up with the walk, you can have an idea of what to expect.
    I’d like to be going a bit faster so the flow of the episode isn’t too disjointed, but I’ve gotta work with RL and what is possible for me while keeping smk fun and no pressure!

    I’m also thinking the walk will pause for a week after unfinished business and before we start stemwinder – because once stemwinder starts I don’t want to interrupt the two episodes..
    So if anyone has any posts they’d like to share with us – after unfinished business (in about a week) will bee a good time to share..
    I’ll also publish the next round of voting for best tux moments then also..
    bye!

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    • SilverCorvette

      If you need a post for after Stemwinder, there is a Walk through Lee’s Season 3 apartment in Dropbox. I am not sure if you want to (or have time) to break it into shorter posts (I could do that if you let me know the approx size or length you usually use).

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      • Hi SilverCorvette- FUN!!!! That would be great thanks! Okay I’ll aim to publish those at the end of the two stemwinders.

        Thanks for the offer to break them up- but I should be okay to do that – I have plenty of notice and can get it done. I’ll email you to check with you that you are happy with what I end up doing closer to the time.
        Hope you are well! Really wonderful to see you stop by 🙂

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        • SilverCorvette

          Thanks Iwsod, I am here most of the time, but don’t make comments all that often. I just cannot say it any better than all those who do and just nod my head in agreement generally.
          While we are Walking through Season 4, I will be making notes so we can take a stroll through the Season 4 apartment at the end.

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    • As I’ve said before, Iwsod, you do you. I am comfortable with whatever pace you set and I can certainly understand RL and time constraints. I always enjoy this journey, no matter how fast or slower we go.

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  5. “…is this exchange hinting that Francine knows this is linked to the death of Lee’s parents! Did Lee tell her? I guess she doesn’t have to know who the ‘they’ in ‘they died’ refers to but it’s very strange she doesn’t ask!”

    Francine certainly has the clearance to know Lee’s family history, if he hadn’t mentioned it in a conversation years earlier. Also, that Lee Stetson’s parents were accused of treason, but never proven, was probably well-known in the D. C. intelligence community. So that didn’t bother me.

    The reason the Don Johnson wannabe is limping? Francine spiked her heel into his instep … and threatened more if he didn’t cooperate!

    Young Lee, sitting high in a tree, is already practicing surveillance skills.

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    • We can’t forget how Dr. Smyth is usually the first to assume the worst of Lee and never cuts him any slack … because of Lee’s parents?. Sure a stark contrast to Billy Melrose, who frequently gives Lee plenty of “Lee” way!

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      • At this point how many times have we met Dr Smyth? I”m thinking Reach for the sky.. anywhere else?
        Maybe this is something related to the switching of early season 4 order here..

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        • Your memory is better than mine. Reach for the Sky (S3 disc 3) was indeed Dr. Smyth’s first of 9 episodes. I looked it up on imdb after you pointed this out.

          The same heightened antagonism against Lee was also true of Dirk Fredericks, who was in the very first episode, so that is the better reference. My intent was to show that the higher ups knew about the unsubstantiated accusations against Lee’s folks — accusations made by a civilian and obviously never verified by any of the intelligence agencies — and some held it against Lee. I will note that both Blue Leader and Harry Thornton were both a counterbalance: they relied on Lee and seemed to trust him implicitly.

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    • Hiya Nancy!
      Interesting to explore this! You got me thinking!! [which if you hadn’t guessed is something I like!]

      Francine certainly has the clearance to know Lee’s family history, if he hadn’t mentioned it in a conversation years earlier. Also, that Lee Stetson’s parents were accused of treason, but never proven, was probably well-known in the D. C. intelligence community. So that didn’t bother me.

      I agree – Francine would have a high security clearance.. and I’d say it’s very likely both Billy and Francine would know Lee’s parents died when he was young.
      But – from Lee’s reaction to the news – I see the accusation of treason as being not well known at all. Lee had to go looking for this information at another agency.. and he had to blackmail someone to get it, and it was a big shock to him. So I can’t see Francine knowing about it.. or even Billy.. I don’t think information like that would be shared easily and for no reason between agencies.
      It didn’t occur to me that others could know – but it’s a really interesting idea! It is something someone could use against Lee in this spy bizz!

      I wasn’t bothered by what Francine knew or didn’t – just found it curious and unanswered. Again – it feels like there is a scene missing for me…

      The reason the Don Johnson wannabe is limping? Francine spiked her heel into his instep … and threatened more if he didn’t cooperate!

      Yep! Francine no longer needs the Mancine![though lol I do miss him/her!] she does her own bagging! It’s a great gag how Francine turns the don Johnson wannabe into a wimp!

      Young Lee, sitting high in a tree, is already practicing surveillance skills.

      rofl! genius!

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      • You figure the information about Lee’s parents would come up in a back ground check when he joined the agency. I remember Amanda having to provide her maternal great grandparents (or something like that) when she was filling out paperwork in There Goes the Neighborhood. So if Lee didn’t know, Smyth or Harry Thorton should have.

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        • Yeah I’m guessing only the highest of highest levels could know about the accusations…
          And yes Lee living with his uncle from such and such an age and all that would be background.. yep. Sounds good to me 🙂

          Great to hear from you Cindy! Hope your nation’s birthday celebrations were awesome!!

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        • Exactly!

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      • “… But – from Lee’s reaction to the news – I see the accusation of treason as being not well known at all. Lee had to go looking for this information at another agency.. and he had to blackmail someone to get it, and it was a big shock to him. So I can’t see Francine knowing about it.. or even Billy.. I don’t think information like that would be shared easily and for no reason between agencies.
        It didn’t occur to me that others could know – but it’s a really interesting idea!”

        Somethings to consider: (1) To the best of our knowledge, the official accusation against Matt & Jennie Stetson of treason occurred sometime after their deaths. [Though there is the possibility that Blackthorne either accused them privately or threatened such an accusation and that’s what led Matt & Jennie to investigate him.] In any event, this unsubstantiated treason accusation hit the fan well over 20 years ago, which means that, over time, only the older agents would remember it. (2) I’m sure it was investigated, but without Matt & Jennie to question and their proof of Blackthorne’s treason buried for 30 years, it became an unsolved case. (3) Of course Lee had to go through another of the intelligence agencies because The Agency was only about 11 years old when the series began and would not house those records. (4) This issue was surely resurrected by a background check at the older intelligence agencies when Harry Thornton hired Lee Stetson about a decade ago. (5) What caused Lee to dig into his parents’ past? Possibility #1: If he did so several years ago, out of curiosity, once he got a bit established and could call in a favor, this wouldn’t be news for this episode. Possibility #2: Someone at another agency got wind of it relatively recently and told Lee. [Let’s face it, if The Agency has the Q Bureau for unsolved cases, surely the other intelligence agencies do, too. An Amanda-type might go through the unsolved cases to see if new information or technology might solve it.] So Lee’s shock could be in actually seeing the “evidence” in his hand after scoffing at what someone told him as being hearsay. My active imagination is back at work!

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        • When Lee goes to see Blackthorne, he says that nothing was ever done about the reports. There were no formal proceedings, only a black mark on their records.

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          • With both of the accused run off the road to their deaths and the accuser, Blackthorne, unable to produce incriminating documentation, there was no way to resolve it. One would think the black marks should have been removed; however, this is tv and if that happened, Lee wouldn’t have anything to pursue, Blackthorne would keep on his evil course — and we wouldn’t have this episode to give us insight into Lee’s parents.

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        • I need to correct an error I made in this post: “… (3) Of course Lee had to go through another of the intelligence agencies because The Agency was only about 11 [actually 19] years old when the series began and would not house those records.”

          Scrolling through my episode notes, I realized that my memory clearly had a “sometimer” lapse — LOL! Fortunately, I’m not yet having “all-timer” lapses! Anyway, in the “Tail of the Dancing Weasel,” Harry Thornton tells us: He started The Agency in 1954 [which means The Agency was 19 years old when the S&MK tv series began (not 11 years old)], moved The Agency subterranean in 1960 and hired Lee Stetson in 1973. Matt & Jennie Stetson’s files were clearly housed at the C.I.A., not at The Agency, which tells us Blackthorne must have given the C.I.A. his statements of accusations. Sorry for my error.

          Gets me to thinking … Harry Thornton, living in DC, must have heard about Lee losing both his parents; he probably heard scuttlebut about accusations against the US Army Intelligence husband and his MI-5 (British domestic intelligence) or MI-6 (British foreign intelligence) wife that were never proven and maybe he kept track of Lee. Lee was recruited by Thornton, who maybe figured Lee came from good genes. Something to ponder.

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          • Gets me to thinking … Harry Thornton, living in DC, must have heard about Lee losing both his parents;…
            Lee was recruited by Thornton, who maybe figured Lee came from good genes. Something to ponder.

            Yep, those thoughts crossed my mind already a long time ago. Actually it was during ‘Tail of the Dancing Weasel’ when Harry was talking about Lee with Amanda. And I’m quite sure, good ol’ Harry kept track of Lee’s life and his whereabouts when he came to live with his uncle. He might even know the Colonel in person.

            I like the way you’re thinking, Nancy. 🙂

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            • Thanks for that heads up! I’ll wander through the “Tail …” next. It’s a bit daunting at first to start “back at the beginning” since I watched all 4 seasons (for the first time in forever) earlier this year. It’s scenes in a couple S&MK YouTube videos that have prompted my walk through a seemingly random episode thus far.

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  6. I’m loving dipping in and out to see how everyone is feeling about this one, but I’m on the road and can only get online intermittently so apologies for my lack of participation.

    This scene really swings all over the place emotionally for me – from the joking tone of the Don Johnson line and Francine handling the bad guy to the seriousness of the plot unfolding and Lee’s flashbacks. Hard to get into the rhythm of this episode for me – it does seem like a camel production (i.e., a horse designed by committee). Hmmm, much like Amanda’s ensemble actually – top is lovely on her, skirt suits her – but not together!

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    • Hi Clagjanet! So glad you could stop in and say hi!
      Hope you are enjoying your road trip!!

      Great point about this part of the ep being a curious mix of tone!!

      Hard to get into the rhythm of this episode for me – it does seem like a camel production (i.e., a horse designed by committee). Hmmm, much like Amanda’s ensemble actually – top is lovely on her, skirt suits her – but not together!

      rofl – this is genius!!

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  7. Oh Amanda, Amanda. Used to be Lee would tell you to stay at the car, and you would ignore him and leave the car. Nowadays he gives you a job to do (go and make sure Sinclair stays put), and you ignore him end up at the car! 😉

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  8. I have watched unfinished Business maybe 3 times in the last few years, and I have a pretty good memory, but for some reason, this segment of the episode seems completely unknown to me. I suppose I must have just zoned out during it. (I remember little Lee in the tree but that’s it).
    I just really can’t get to grips with the plot, it’s almost as if 2 completely separate writers were working on it and neither knew what the other was writing and no body bothered to check the scripts (is neo absurdism making a come back?).
    On a more positive note, Francine seems very effective and happy to work in a team with no snide remarks or snarky comments. It’s refreshing and makes her seem much more professional. And her outfit is quite nice.
    The Don Johnson line is funny and the secret service men are also funny (I am sure unintentionally, but matching moustaches !)
    And that’s all I can think of😀

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    • So interesting to hear of your overall memory of this ep Michele!
      You know, what you say here about the uneven quality of this ep resonates with me.

      On a more positive note, Francine seems very effective and happy to work in a team with no snide remarks or snarky comments. It’s refreshing and makes her seem much more professional. And her outfit is quite nice.

      Love this!!! Way to go Francine!!! 🙂 yeah I don’t mind that outfit either. not bad 😉

      The Don Johnson line is funny and the secret service men are also funny (I am sure unintentionally, but matching moustaches !)
      And that’s all I can think of😀

      I missed the matching moustaches!! I was transfixed by Lee here – rofl!!!

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    • Michele and iwsod make a good point about this episode being uneven. Kate Jackson is the director. I thought she did a great job directing The Pharoah’s Engineer and would think she had confidence going into Unfinished Business. All I could find going on in her life during the break between S3 and S4 was that she was the Executive Producer and her Shoot the Moon company was involved in a made-for-TV movie “Child’s Cry” released in 2/1986.

      Just a thought: that could have eaten up her down time and putting the focus on her learning curve as Executive Producer maybe left her a bit off her game for switching gears back to directing.

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  9. Wow- great catch on where we’ve seen the gunman! I’m always amazed when you find those little things.
    I remember I thought Don Johnson was SO hot back in the 80’s- but this guy just looks skeevy. It’s great Francine taught him & his white blazer a lesson! Her purple sweater dress is surprisingly subdued, but those earrings are enormous. I don’t like Amanda’s top- it reminds me of old lady curtains.

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    • Thanks Xiolaperry! total fluke!

      So true about Don Johnson! So back in the 80’s did people watching this ep think Landers was lookin good?

      I don’t like Amanda’s top- it reminds me of old lady curtains.

      rofl!!! the pattern is umm quite retro! but.. I do like that colour on her

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  10. Hello!!!! Anybody out there?!! 🙂
    Sorry real life is keeping me really busy.. Just wanted to say a big hello – as is always the case – I’m enjoying hearing everyone’s thoughts, comments and discussions!!! I’ll try and join in when I can.. but do feel free to chat away – and I guess my post can be my small contribution to the discussion 🙂

    Byeeee!

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