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A murder staged as a suicide leads the Major Crimes team to an eccentric group of retirees who once worked on a television cop show in the 1970s. Provenza struggles with a shooting proficiency exam and Rusty has a difficult time communicating with Kris.
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Mary McDonnell||-||Sharon Raydor|
|G.W. Bailey||-||Louie Provenza|
|Tony Denison||-||Andy Flynn|
|Michael Paul Chan||-||Mike Tao|
|Raymond Cruz||-||Julio Sanchez|
|Phillip P. Keene||-||Buzz Watson|
|Kearran Giovanni||-||Amy Sykes|
|Graham Patrick Martin||-||Rusty Beck|
|Jonathan Del Arco||-||Dr. Fernando Morales|
|Tim Conway||-||Howard Gray|
|Paul Dooley||-||Larry Murdock|
|Ron Glass||-||Clayton Carter|
|Doris Roberts||-||Vera Walker|
|Marion Ross||-||Pauline Allen|
|Kathe Mazur||-||D.D.A. Andrea Hobbs|
The address of the apartment building is 1066 Hastings Street, an evident reference to the Battle of Hastings in which Duke William of Normandy defeated King Harold Godwinson, which took place on 14 October 1066. The battle marked the permanent end of Anglo-Saxon rule in England and the decline of the Old English language as it became contaminated by French.
Much like the characters they are portraying in this episode, Doris Roberts and Ron Glass really did costar on another crime show - they both played characters on the 70s show, Barney Miller.
Marion Ross's character points out that the residents present were all involved with the TV show "Prognosis: Homicide", which is clearly a tongue-in-cheek takeoff on the name of Dick Van Dyke's 90's series "Diagnosis: Murder".
A far more likely explanation for the address 1066 Hastings Street being used, is that many Movie/TV Studios, Actors Agents, Photographers, Writers, etc have offices in the building at that address in Vancouver B.C., aka Hollywood North.
This episode foregoes its traditional simple display of end credits by running them over a karaoke scene that was part of the story.
There are references to television shows that were big hits in the 70's (like 'Barnaby Jones' and 'Quincy M.E.'), but to help keep the viewers focused, none of the shows the guest stars were in are mentioned.