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Columbo - I really love my work sir You know, sir, it's a funny thing. All my life I kept running into smart people. I don't mean smart like you or the rest of the people in this house. You know what I mean. In school, there were a lot of smarter kids. And when I first joined the force, they had some very clever people there. And I could tell right away that it wouldn't be easy to make detective as long as they were around. But I figured, if I worked harder than they did, put in more time, read the books, kept my eyes open, maybe I could make it happen. And I did. And I really love my work, sir.
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Added: 8th September 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-09-08 
Ah, yes...the episode set in the MENSA-type club for geniuses. Theodore Bikel is the murderer who tried (unsuccessfuly) to make his act of murder look like the act of an intruder.
Posted by: Naomi on 2008-09-08 
Ahh, my hero. Everyone took one look at him and saw a schleppy detective who probably couldn't investigate his way out of a paper bag, but were they ever wrong! This guy was a fox in sheeps clothing.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-09-08 
Naomi pretty much nailed what made Columbo such a likable character. He was a brilliant man shrouded in ill-fitting clothes and seemingly scatter-brained mannerisms.

The NBC version of Columbo was, in my humble opinion, the finest detective series ever to grace the airwaves.
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