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There’s a bit of a plot hole. Clyde goes running for help after he knocks Vera down. That makes sense when you are out in the country and there is no phone. But he is in an office building full of phones. Why wasted time trying to hunt down the elevator operator when he could pick up a phone and call an ambulance? Or is it executive syndrome, unable to dial a phone himself, without his secretary to do it for him? Submitted by gracenote, 4/21/2011.
Forty five minutes in Perry manages yet again to magically get a parking space right in front of the Stanley Mosk Courthouse. We should all be so lucky. Submitted by Eric Cooper, 7 September 2011.
Gracenote: not to be picky, but maybe panic? I first wondered why he didn't use the phone right there - but when he saw Vera's blood on his hand, then he panicked. Heck, I would have too!! Ah, the lovely Jeanne Bal - did anyone notice that she seemed to have a 'lazy eye' (the left eye)? And then when Clyde confronted her closely beside/behind the desk, she seemed to look over his shoulder a few times in her tirade? She could've yelled at me anytime .. Submitted by MikeReese 4/3/2013.
+It seems to me that Paul has the same "lazy" left eye. jfh 02Jun2017.
The Boat: Mentioned above in the Trivia section - footage of the boat (DO-BU-JE) and the Captain telling Perry he had a phone call came from episode 131 TCOT Travelling Treasure. New footage of Paul and Perry talking near the end of the phone call was added for this story. Submitted by H. Mason 4/21/15
Fishing Again: Perry and Paul fishing again. Who was it that said Paul wasn't a fisherman? Submitted by HamBurger 10/10/2016
The Defendant: Every time I heard his name, Clyde Darrell, I thought of Clyde Barrow, partner of Bonnie Parker. This show was originally broadcast in 1964 so it was unlikely there was supposed to be some kind of connection to the 1967 movie Bonnie and Clyde starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. Submitted by H. Mason 4/21/15
The Co-Conspirator: Vera describes Holman as a "Private Detective with a highly Questionable Reputation," a common character throughout the 9 seasons. Mike Bedard 4.30.15
Woman Scorned: Original viewers may have heard the #1 Song of February 4, 1965: "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (Vera toward Clyde) [Righteous Brothers, takemeback.to]. Mike Bedard 4.30.15