The clock keeps ticking as Paul (E.G. Marshall) struggles to find a way to escape the bomb in time. Will the wife he intends to kill help him? Part 2 of 2.
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Alfred Hitchcock directed this anthology series’ first episode, about a watchmaker (E.G. Marshall) who plans precise and drastic revenge against his wife he suspects is cheating on him. First aired 1957. Part 1 of 2.
Christie (Teresa Graves) navigates secrets and lies to get closer to the truth of Helena’s baby and the ledger – but Cortino’s thugs are getting closer to her.
(Correction: There were four guys in the Christie Love scene in Reservoir Dogs, not three.)
A police detective (Teresa Graves) uses her smarts and fight skills to put pressure on the girlfriend of a drug kingpin to reveal information. 1974. Part 1 of 2.
While the Clampetts struggle with sources of water around the mansion, Cousin Pearl (Bea Benaderet) turns her powers of persuasion on oil man Brewster. First aired 1962.
Mr. Drysdale enlists Miss Hathaway (Nancy Kulp) to look after the needs of the Clampetts – who are busy contending with an oven, a freezer and a “pink chicken”. First aired 1962.