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January 06, 2008



I thought this was a very good episode. It had a great film noir feel to it.


I was surprised that they didn't emphasize what caused the narrator's downfall at the end. For anyone who isn't clear on what happened, as I was at first, you need to note the denominations of the bills involved in the story. The "counterfeit" bills that Jack Webb stumbles on in the beginning were all 50s and 100s. The bills that O'Toole pays him back with are in tens and twenties. Ultimately, he sells real money that he thought was fake for fake money that he thought was real! A really great twist.

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