Which turns out to be the most remarkable coincidence of all time. Or at least this season. Or at least this episode. They're so square, they're cool. Not prepared enough, apparently. They're heckled by surly Classical music students? "Police officers, return to your domiciles!" Is this because Beecham was so hated? Maybe she watches Columbo. That's fantastic, especially since I have no idea what it means. That's a nice little blend of reality and fiction. That sort of thing lends verisimilitude to the plot. To the tune of Chopin's Funeral March, at least in my head. Accompanied by the sound of Beecham rolling over in his grave. A place I'd avoid swimming based on the name alone. Indeed. I gave up quickly and just let it flow. Or hope the audience has forgotten. Talk about remarkable coincidences: A random escaped convict that Ironside is pursuing finds his way to the Cave's new fire escape and Fran is assisted by the central character of this week's plot. I don't understand why Fran would keep this a secret from the Chief. That's very random. Speaking of Dollish Dolls. That didn't last long, making me again wonder why it happened at all. I wonder how he knew it was headed to Ornell's penthouse. "Need anybody subdued?" So Ken was involved but wanted out? Or he wasn't involved and was being used? And Ken killed Rogers in self defense and decided to switch clothes with him? Did Angela send Rogers to kill him and he was trying to throw her off? Well, they circled back to that, at least. Capped, I think. Monty Python and the Holy Grail? It's always in season for me. Aw, you had it all planned and I messed it up. Oh, yeah, you see that a lot in Perry Mason. He must have been sincere then. I wonder if any of these kid characters ever went anywhere in the main continuity. True. We need more F&SF.