The biggest shark in the sea.
Jonathan Amber is a businessman with no morals, a shark that will stop at nothing to get what he wants, his ambitions, to make money regardless of how or why, his only Achilles heel, his daughter Ann.
A well paced, intriguing episode, it moves by quickly, the characters are what make it, they're all so well realised.
Good use of Jack Flood in this episode, he's sometimes underused, but he's much more involved here, good to see.
I did enjoy the scenes between Amber and Harvey, they were tense and uncomfortable, the characters were so well established.
Jonathan Amber is definitely a memorable character, he is charmless, ruthless, he's believable, he's played very well by Luther Adler, he's almost a spoilt child, demanding he gets his own way. One thing you have to learn, was Amber totally wrong about his newly acquired son in law?
Notable for one thing in particular, directed by the legendary, Oscar winning Sydney Pollack. It's very well filmed, it looks so good, it's well paced.
I rated Claire Griswold, Linden Chiles and Cloris Leachman, the characters were all so well realised.