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<< Floating Stones | Episodes | Devious Delinquent >>

#190: The Case of the
Festive Felon
Original Airdate: 11/28/63

Summary Edit

From John Mason

When Gary "D-Bag" Woloski started, without any authorization, deleting dozens of comments from this wiki, he destroyed the wiki. When Gary "D-Bag" Woloski, without any authorization, nor intelligence, decided to "ban" someone from this wiki, he destroyed the wiki. When no one protested Gary "D-Bag" Woloski's deletion of dozens of comments, THEY destroyed this wiki. This wiki is history.

And whining and whimpering by a wussy or two won't change a thing.

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Marshall Reed, as "Policeman", gets just one line in this episode. At the burning house, in answer to Madeline's ". . . in the house, there's a man!", Policeman says "No lady . . . there was a man." In the preceding episode TCOT Floating Stones, Reed, as the Fisherman, also got only one line: "Here it is, catch." (the little package). Policeman's grim response to Madeline seems much more in character with Reed's normal tough-cowboy roles. Added by Gary Woloski, 3/18/14.\\ + In this story the Policeman had more lines. He appeared as a witness in court. Added by H. Mason 3/5/15

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