Recaps5x5: Now You See Him recap
: The Great Santini, the headline performer at the Cabaret of Magic, goes to his office in the basement, loads a revolver, and puts a silencer on it. After covering it with a cloth, Santini then removes a small radio transmitter from a bag and places it in a hidden compartment in a statue. He then goes upstairs, passing by the stage manager George Thomas. George warns him that the club’s owner, Jesse T. Jerome is looking for Santini... read more.2x6: A Stitch in Crime recap
: Senior heart surgeon D. Edmund Hiedeman is rushed to the hospital after a heart attack. Nurse Sharon Martin comes in to see him as he advises the attending physician, Dr. Simpson, on the diagnosis. Hiedeman then goes to the lab where his partner, Dr. Barry Mayfield, is reading a cable from a colleague to Hiedeman advising that he take a longer series of tests. Mayfield assures Hiedeman that their transplant lab tests are going fine and suggests they announce their results concerning transplant anti-rejection. Hiedeman is fine with waiting longer and figures that Mayfield wants to get the credit. However, he advises that they need further tests. Mayfield agrees and Sharon comes in to take Hiedeman for his room, and Mayfield insists that he finally get his valve operation. Hiedeman gives in and Martin takes him away, and then comes back for his glasses. Mayfield gives her the letter for Hiedeman and assures her that Hiedeman will be fine. As she takes the letter to Hiedeman, she realizes that Mayfield has read it... read more.1x8: Short Fuse recap
: Chemist and photographer Roger Stanford is working in his darkroom and carefully prepares a volatile explosive mix and puts it in metal cigar tubes, and then wires them to the cigar box case. He then goes to see his uncle, David Buckner, at the chemical plant that he owns. He starts spraying Silly String around at the staff and claiming that he's protesting. They take it away from him as David's secretary, Betty Bishop, comes to usher him in. Inside the office, Betty worries that he might be developing the pictures he took of her. As he goes in, he notices that David's luggage is there, and Betty tells him that David is leaving a day early for his cabin in the woods. He points out that a box of cigars is missing. When Betty goes to get them from a cabinet, Roger takes away some of the cigars there... read more.1x6: Suitable for Framing recap
: Art critic Dale Kingston arrives at the home of his wealthy uncle, Rudy Mathews. He listens as his uncle plays the piano, then reveals that he is wearing gloves. Kingston takes out a gun and shoots his uncle dead. Kingston then gets a heating blanket, plugs it in, and covers his uncle's body with it. The critic then ransacks the place, goes to the patio door, and scratches the lock... read more.1x4: Death Lends a Hand recap
: Private investigator Brimmer is test-firing a gun at a firing range. Once he finishes, he leave with his underlings, who report to him the status on his company's current cases. Brimmer goes to his office and prepares for a meeting with one of his clients, newspaper owner Arthur Kennicutt. While he waits, Brimmer contacts a woman in the next room and tells her to listen in carefully. When Kennicutt arrives, Brimmer tells Kennicutt that he's kept his wife Lenore under surveillance for the last five weeks, per his request. He assures Kennicutt that Lenore has been faithful to him. Kennicutt is surprised, but admits that he's angry at himself for marrying a younger woman and becoming paranoid... read more.