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The Curious Coffee Set appears in the kitchen of the Gordon house two days in a row. A similar, but not quite identical set later turns up in a restaurant where Perry confers with the doctor. It certainly is a popular style. Submitted by gracenote, 4/1/2011.

At the beginning of this episode, there is a shot of mansion on a cliff overlooking the ocean. There is a thunderstorm going on. Cut to a shot of the night sky, and a bolt of lightning cuts across the screen accompanied by thunder. The scene then cuts to the outside of a mansion in the middle of pouring rain. These shots are identical to the beginning of the episode TCOT Meddling Medium, with the exception that the Meddling Medium has some close ups of two gravestones in between the scenes of the lightning and the outside of the mansion. Submitted by Charles Richmond, 1/20/13.

Sightings: Usually our recurring courtroom spectators are scattered throughout the gallery, but in this episode two sit together during the entire hearing: Distinguished Gentleman #1 and Quiet Old Man #1, in the front row. But just who are they? Submitted by gracenote, 4/1/2011. + Distinguished Gentleman #1 also appears earlier as a pedestrian walking behind Sylvia and the chauffeur at the Norman Hotel. Submitted by gracenote, 8/19/2011.

Although credited, Ray Collins does not appear. Submitted by gracenote, 4/6/2011.

After giving Rachel a sedative and treating the burn on her arm, Dr. Lambert says, "She will probably sleep the clock around." instead of "sleep around the clock." Was Hugh Marlowe improvising? Submitted by Masonite 11/27/2012

No, "to sleep the clock around" is another common-enough way of saying it. For example see Jack London's novel "The Sea Wolf", in Chapter XXXIX: "I did not know it, but I had slept the clock around and it was night again." An internet search will bring up other authors like Stephen King. Submitted by (the lowercase, with a comma and period) masonite, 12/11/12.
+Actually back during the early sixies when this episode was filmed and aired, the popular term was "Rock Around the Clock" a song made popular by Bill Haley and the Comets. Maybe they didn't want it to sound like that. ;-) Submitted by HamBurger 9/18/2016.

This is the second of two PM appearances for Gigi Perreau who, according to IMDb, started in films at the age of eighteen months and is still working at the age of 75...MikeM. 1/26/2017