• Decent early instalment and I agree with an earlier reviewer who commented that Garner was still maturing in the character. Corinne Michaels plays a former love interest (reckon Jim Rockford's love resume would rival Wilt Chamberlain's claims) whose husband is found deceased under sinister circumstances leading Jim down a deadly path of infidelity and blackmail. Highlights for me included Warren J Kemmerling and Mills Watson as a pair of detectives none too pleased with Rockford's speculation and interference, and whilst she doesn't have a single, solitary line of dialogue, the always alluring Roberta Collins playing a key role as a blackmailing madam. Overall it's a coherent, straightforward early episode, showcasing the usual array of glamorous gals and fast cars, and a glimpse of the trademark Jim Rockford sarcasm beginning to emerge as Garner starts to find his groove. I'd probably give it a 5/10, although my Roberta Collins bias attracts another star.