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Company Name: The business run by B.K. Doran was named Vero Plastic as seen on the wall outside of his office. The sign at the lodge said Vero Plastics. Submitted by H. Mason 3/11/15

Regulatory Overreach: At 2:10 on the DVD, Ed Lewis notes: "I've already checked with [attorney Leslie Ross] on the SEC statuary requirements for a proxy fight." While Dee Hartford as Miss Ross is indeed statuesque, the SEC's remit does not extend that far - surely he means 'statutory.' JohnK, 19 January 2018

Get a load of Della's New Giant Caterpillar Eyebrows! I can say no more. Submitted by catyron, May 28th, 2018

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Richard Anderson plays the title accountant, Mason’s (of course innocent) client Edward Lewis. Just two episodes ago, in #193 “TCOT Badgered Brother,” the name Edward Lewis was used for the security guard, played by L. Q. Jones, who was an accomplice (though perhaps unwitting) to the murderer. Submitted by FredK, 16 Nov 2010.
+ And continuing our Forms-of-the name-Ed-Lewis thread, back in episode 148 TCOT Angry Astronaut the more familiar sounding "Eddie Lewis" was played by Steve Brodie. Something about the name must have appealed to the Mason team. Submitted by FredK 12December12.