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Juvenile actor Dennis Rush makes his only Perry appearance here as Timmy. Dennis Rush is best known for his eight appearances as Howie Pruitt, one of Opie Taylorís friends on the long running Andy Griffith Show. Submitted by PaulDrake 33, 24 November 2009.

I have been a criminal defense attorney for over 20 years, and NEVER have I heard about a defendant jumping up in the middle of a trial and yelling "That's a lie!" And yet it occurs over and over in PM. Perhaps the most consistently irritating element of these excellent shows. cgraul 12.6.11

Yet another appearance by that staircase set.

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Is the happy ending really appropriate here? Perry clears his client, of course, but in a way that it seems the inheritance should fall to the loathsome George Gage, who wants to close the children's foundation. So the cheerful softball game at the end here might be out of place! Submitted by Ed Zoerner, 4/25/2009.

To answer Ed Zoerner, George Gage tells us in court that he could not afford to accept the inheritance publicly, because he has promised 150% of it in divorce settlements to his ex-wives. He has no choice but to refuse the estate, and let it pass to Claudia. --Submitted by 10yearoldfan, 27 August 2013.

In the last scene Perry said Joane and Nick would probably get probation. What happened to Dr. Olmstead and George Gage? Submitted by H. Mason 12/15/14 Dr. Olmstead would probably be charged with corpse tampering and obstruction of justice. George Gage committed perjury when he claimed to have seen Ernest Demming at the motel.

I am reminded of the old joke about a woman who wanted poison from her pharmacist to kill her husband. The pharmacist, shocked, refuses, until she shows him a photo ... of his wife in intimate contact with HER husband. He then says, "Oh, that's different then, I didn't know you had a prescription!" Submitted by MikeReese, 2/10/2017.

The idea that someone could swap a corpse tied up in canvas with a suit of armor and NO ONE NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE is beyond ludicrous. And wouldn't the fruit stand man have wondered about that rope and canvas tied around the supposedly ill passenger? This episode really strains credulity. DODay 11/08/17