"Gertrude" to "Mortal Sin": I wrote down notes to what to rip before I started this, as about a week prior those episodes popped up on another channel and I thought there wouldn't be anymore. No up-arrow notes needed for them on here; that's needlessly redundant.
15:56 in. And the cue after the commercial break.^(both, parts)
A surprising effort from Clements (given what I've heard from him before). Another example of a composer making a excellent score for the emotionally disturbed. Perhaps he should have gotten an Emmy nomination for this.
This is the first episode of an older television series that I can recall having the lead villains being strongly implied, but not out-right indicated, as being homosexual lovers.
I don't know if it counts, but the third part of the V for Vashon trilogy on Hawaii Five-O in 1972 had two characters, but not the lead villains, very obviously pegged as homosexual lovers. It was a judge who helped solidify a frame against McGarrett and his sexual preference was used as leverage:
"You're getting what's coming to you, you old queen!"
In the episode "For the Love of Money" the classical music is the first movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony (about halfway through). This episode also has my favorite score for the series. An episode of note is the second season episode "Hostage" in which guest star John Rubinstein also wrote the music for the episode.
Yes, he did a good score … outside the episode. Inside the episode it's not that fitting and I can understand why he never did another one for the show. He'll be in one of my Curiosity Corner suites this year for another TV show.
Special note to the acting of the late Bill Henderson. He was in five episodes, four playing the same character. He died 2016 at the age of 90.
I didn't note the cue at 8:00 in as a highlight, but I did want to bring it up here because it does something interesting: the cue sounds like it cuts to the radio, therefore it continuing. I can't recall hearing something like that before, though my brain say there may have been something like that in another show I covered.
20:11 in is another one I didn't cite, but I also bring it up because it sounds like Goldenberg wrote the cue to lead into a piece of classical music playing in a scene that is cut to. Another thing I can't readily say I've heard before in a TV show.
All season one links are fixed. I started recording audio again. This new channel is the same guy who had all the "Police Woman" videos up, so I have to wait for those in order to continue Stevens suites.
If anybody has any episode that J.J. Johnson scored and can send me a screen grab of his credit (I'll crop and resize) by Saturday, please do. It's the only composer credit I didn't save a picture of for suites. I got his suites edited up and ready to be made for Monday, but no credit picture.