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January 04, 2009

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Grigs

I think that the Liddons would be great contestants on "Rate Your Mate", the game show that is advertised at the end of this episode.

atoz

Liddon: "You'd sell out your own mother for ten pesos."

Oscar: "You are what they call a very cynic man, senor. I would NEVER do such a thing...not for ten pesos."

Small role or not, Oscar stills the show.


First off, I'd just like to say that is very cool that you take the time to read the source material of so many of these episodes. I've added several things to my (endless) reading list, thanks to you.

I'm a fan of film noir so I really liked this episode. I had to give it a second listen after Ellie dropped that chuck of dialog at the end laying out just what in the heck was going on. The ability to listen to some of these episodes multiple times is a huge advantage; I don't think I could have followed some of the episodes like this had such intricate plots.

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