Jim rides to the Jackson Bend mortuary and asks the owner, Swanson, to prepare the body for shipment to Washington. The agent asks about a singer, Torrey Elder, and Swanson directs him to the Golden Bird Saloon. Torrey is singing to the audience from within a gilded cage. A saloon gir , Linda, approaches Jim and reluctantly directs him to Torrey when it's clear Jim isn't interested in her. He explains that he left Fred Doorman at the morgue and asks if Fred mentioned his name. Torrey remembers that Fred gave her a piece of sheet music to give to Jim if anything happened. The song is titled "Two Faced Stranger in the Garden," and Torrey sings it for Jim. After the first few bars, someone opens fire from the balcony. When Jim chases after the shooter, another thug grabs the sheet music and runs out the door before Jim can stop him...Read the full recap
This is the last of Charles Aidman's four appearances as Jeremy Pike.
Jeremy holds the broken phonograph.
Jim in the "living room."
Jim and Jeremy check the construction work.
Jeremy tells Jim that he has class.
James: While you’re doing that, I’m going to take this to Montague and see if he can find something in it.
Jeremy Pike: Give him my best and if he can, he’s a better man than I am.
James: You said that, Jeremy, not I.
Jeremy Pike: You know what you got, Jim? Style. Real style.
When Jeremy drops the phonograph, picks it up, and runs from the thugs, the ground beneath his foot "sags," revealing that it's a covered area rather than a solid dirt floor.
For some reason, when Montague tries to break the code supposedly hidden in the song title, he only uses the first half of the title.