Feb 10, 2020
In "A Case of Immunity" (1975), a diplomat (Hector Elizondo) murders a colleague for his own financial and political gain. However, Columbo finds himself embroiled in foreign and political affairs when he quickly discovers who the killer is. Is this a tasty dish of curried beef? Or a rotting bit falafel in a gas station heater? Listen in and find out what Steve and Sean thought!
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