A Los Angeles magazine lists the five most eligible bachelors, Mr. Steele among them. The problem? The men are being murdered. Can Ms. Holt stop the killer?
Did You Know?
Most oddly, Remington Steele, who is supposed to be a major film buff, tells Laura that there has never been a film version of Agatha Christie's famous novel, "The ABC Murders". How could he have forgotten the 1966 MGM version (retitled "The Alphabet Murders", admittedly) starring Tony Randall, Robert Morley and Anita Ekberg. See more
Throughout the episode there are references to "Los Angeles owls" hockey team. Towards the end, when inside the stadium, a basketball court is present, not an ice rink. See more
[Speaking to Remingtone Steele
Poor Butchy. He had some great moves, and he wasn't a bad hockey player, either.
The Four Seasons: Spring (Allegro)
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi
Played by two different bachelors whilst wooing Laura Holt See more