Allen Baron directs his fourth and final episode with "The Devil's Platform". The other episodes were #1 "The Ripper", #3 "They Have Been...aka U.F.O.", and #5 "The Werewolf".
Louie The Bartender:
Stanley Adams, the actor playing "Louie" becomes the first actor other than Darren "Kolchak" McGavin and Simon "Vincenzo" Oakland to appear in both the Night Stalker movie and series. In the original film he played "Fred Hurley" a used car salesman.
Carl: (opening narration) The old cliche that politics makes strange bedfellows is only too true. At one time or another, various and sundry politicians have found themselves, when it proved expedient, of course, sharing a blanket with the military, organized crime, disgruntled gun-toting dairy farmers, the church, famous athletes, the comedians, the list is endless. But there was a senatorial race not so long ago here in Illinois, where the strangest bedfellow of all was found under the sheets. The strangest and certainly the most terrifying.
Carl: (while waiting for an elevator) There's two things that just can't be rushed, anyone who is paid by the hour and an office building elevator.
(after he swipes Emily's holy water)
Carl: It's all right Emily, God will understand... I hope.
Tony: You know, I once thought of entering the priesthood.
Carl: Then the Inquisition ended and all the fun went out of it for you.
Carl: What don't you like about this hat?
Tony: What's under it!