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For nearly nine seasons Raymond Burr has sported the same general hairstyle until this episode. Here, is hair is now parted along the side and swept over, a style that would continue for the rest of the season and into his "Ironside" days. Submitted by Kenmore 10/24/2012
+Actually, his hair has always been parted on the left, it's just now shorter on top and combed straight to the side rather than longer on top and swept back.

Does ANYONE do nasty as well as Dennis Patrick? You almost want this sadist (Chick Farley) to get it. And Perry's final line (to the guilty one) sounds almost satirical - 'You had to have done it - it could only have been you.' Submitted by MikeReese 5/17/2013

+ He did it well with the sneering grin and that pointed nose. This was a better than average episode with plenty of suspects as Chick gave each one a motive. Submitted by Perry Baby 1/24/17.

The producers must have been on an efficiency kick - the Farley apartment has appeared, slightly redressed, in four out seven consecutive episodes. DOD 04/04/18

+ About a year after this episode Dennis Patrick began appearing on the soap Dark Shadows as another nasty character involved in blackmail...and who eventually gets killed. He appeared as the character in 46 episodes over a period of 4 months. He was on the show when the character of Barnabas Collins was introduced. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 2/7/18.

Conversely, this episode Humanized Hamilton Burger because we got to see him Multiple times outside the courtroom, including his Self-Effacing Humor when presenting the trophy at the Tournament Banquet. Mike Bedard 3.4.15.

+Hamilton Burger sports a tuxedo in this episode, something Perry and Paul had done in the first season. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 4 March 2015.

+After being cross examined several times by District Attorney Burger in previous seasons, Perry finally gets his chance to question Hamilton on the witness stand under oath. Submitted by PaulDrake 33. 4 March 2015.