Simon & Simon Reviews & Ratings

Simon & Simon was a detective series starring Gerald McRaney and Jameson Parker. Originally a 1978 pilot called Pirate's Key set in Florida, when the show was picked up by CBS, the characters' home was changed from Florida to San Diego, California where the show's storyline remained for the course of its seven year run 1981 to 1988 on CBS.
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Feb 1, 2017 12:53AM EST
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The brother's are opposites, yet somehow they work it out and work together. And even thought the ratings were low they moved it to Thursday nights after Magnum PI and we had it around for 8 seasons. We even had 2 reunion movies.

The brother's are opposites, yet somehow they work it out and work together. And even thought the ratings were low they moved it to Thursday nights after Magnum PI and we had it around for 8 seasons. We even had 2 reunion movies.

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Jun 19, 2015 12:20PM EDT
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The 80's - they were the time for P.I. shows. And Simon & Simon was right there. This two brother could not be much different, in almost any aspect of their lives and the way they approached a case. I do remember that I did like Rick better, as he was a fearnaught, a cowboy with the macho talk and the "yeps" "nopes" and his brother A.J. was the smooth talker, clean and elegant. So if you are into the 80's and did like Miami Vice or Riptide, then S&S is more than recommendable.

The 80's - they were the time for P.I. shows. And Simon & Simon was right there. This two brother could not be much different, in almost any aspect of their lives and the way they approached a case. I do remember that I did like Rick better, as he was a fearnaught, a cowboy with the macho talk and the "yeps" "nopes" and his brother A.J. was the smooth talker, clean and elegant. So if you are into the 80's and did like Miami Vice or Riptide, then S&S is more than recommendable.