Suzanne goes undercover at females-only El Rancho Aphrodite when a actor dies suspiciously and a boozy actress is suspected of being involved. A studio hires Bailey & Spencer to help the bombshell make it through rehab , but someone sabotages her riding saddle and plants hooch in her drawer. Spa goers include a gossip columnist, a rival starlet, and others connected with the dead actor, such as a Waco riding instructor.
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Roscoe mentions a horse named "Howie's Hurricane," another of the occasional in-jokes referencing the show's producer, Howie Horwitz
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Can I buy you a nightcap troubadour?
Carrot juice brandy?
Uhuh. I always tuck something away for a rainy night. Think it's going to rain?
Not tonight. Thanks anyway.
Because Jacqueline Beer as Suzanne carried the episode, the producers graciously gave her first billing in the end credits. See more
Theme from 'Now, Voyager'
Composed by Max Steiner
Played in background in the spa's lounge See more