Quincy has doubts about Dr. Asten's findings in an autopsy that he performed on a man who died in a nightclub fire. Asten believes that the man is a victim of a homicide, while Quincy believes it could be natural causes.
Did You Know?
In a funny twist, Leonard Frey
, who plays the unsavoury lawyer, Frank Bristol, had been in one of the funniest episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show: Ted Baxter's Famous Broadcasters' School
(1975), in which Ted Baxter gives his name (and everything else, without knowing it) to a con artist. In a desperate bid to try and buy some time, the WJM gang heads to (what's supposed to be) the introductory night of the 'TBFBS', only, when they arrive, there's just one person (played wonderfully by); Leonard Frey
. They try to reason with him (Georgette; 'who'd you take to the school dance?'), but he's obstinate. He tells the doleful story of his life, in which he's alleys played second-fiddle to his brother, Richard. When the parents could only afford to send one of them to college, it was... Richard. He ends the story by saying he's not going to be understanding anymore, and if they can't put the school together, they can talk with his lawyer; Richard. See more