Here's another episode where the defendant's parent is a no-show. James Kincannon's mother owns the missing jewelry and she is mentioned numerous times, but she never appears, not even at the trial. She must not have been a very loving mom. Submitted by Neil Van Zile 2/24/2014

Wrong place - wrong time: Why didn't Karl wait until later in the night or early A.M. to do the job? Was that the only time he was sure to get in and out between the security rounds? Didn't he know the cleaning woman's schedule? He could have waited until she was on another floor. Submitted by H. Mason 11/7/14

Perry really likes that necktie with the broad dark diagonal stripe - seems to appear almost every other episode. Only use I can recall of an enlarging circle transition - seen as we segue to the lineup at police headquarters. Also a rare swipe transition. Another ‘distinguished alumni’ episode; Geraldine Wall, Berry Kroeger, John Conte, and George Macready have a combined 22 appearances, but this is the only episode any of them share. DODay 9/13/17

Interesting that Mr. Whitehead DOES have a white head ;-). Submitted by HamBurger, 9/9/2018

On either side of the fireplace in Addison’s swank bachelor pad are two tall, cylindrical floor lamps. These same lamps were on either side of the fireplace in Loring Lamont’s swank bachelor pad in “Waylaid Wolf” just three episodes previously. DOD 11/05/21
Karl Addison's inside jacket pocket must have been unique in order to accommodate the large jewelry box. Otto Gervaert, 11/5/21

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What was the purpose of showing Mason turning to deliberately stare at the ultimately-guilty person leaving the courtroom at the recess and the person smiling and nodding back at Mason? To me this half-way showed who was going to be shown to be guilty. Sure enough, he was. Submitted by Wiseguy70005, 8/16/14.

Interesting how Karl Addison kicks the bucket during his blind jaunt and ends up being the one who eventually 'kicks the bucket' as the victim ;-) - Submitted by HamBurger, 09/13/2014

Help Wanted: Three job openings at the C. Slade & Company Jewelers. One former employee killed, one guilty of murder and one arrested as an accomplice. Submitted by H. Mason 11/7/14