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Seven 90-minute episodes of McMillan and Wife are served up during the series' second season as a rotating component of The NBC Mystery Movie. For the record, its "companion" series this season included Columbo, McCloud, and Hec Ramsey. In the opener, "The Night of the Wizard," San Francisco police commissioner Stewart "Mac" McMillan is aided in solving a murder case -- by the ghost of the victim! In "Blues for Sally M, Mac's lovely wife Sally (Susan Saint James) finds herself in trouble via her connection with a hard-luck musician. Next up, Mac's assistant Sgt. Enright (John Schuck) is accused of murdering his new wife just as he is receiving an award in "Cop of the Year." The remaining season two episodes include "Terror Times Two," in which Mac is abducted and replaced by his exact look-alike, a mob hitman; "No Hearts, No Flowers," wherein Sally is apparently targeted for death by a stalker; "The Fine Art of Staying Alive," with Mac being forced to surrender a valuable painting to rescue a kidnapped (but as it turns out, far from helpless) Sally; and the season finale, "Two Dollars on Trouble to Win," in which William Demarest plays the owner of a thoroughbred stable who is being victimized by some highly suspicious accidents. ~ Hal Erickson