The Best Episodes Directed by Ron Satlof
#1 - Holding Pattern
Quincy, M.E. Season 3 - Episode 7
Quincy has to persuade a group of hijackers that the plane they, and their hostages, are on has been exposed to a deadly virus.
#2 - Shake Hands With The Man On The Moon
Hawaii Five-O Season 10 - Episode 7
McGarrett must deal with an astronaut turned real-estate salesman in order to crack the case of a murdered reporter.
#4 - There's Always a Catch
The A-Team Season 2 - Episode 9
The A-Team must once again duck Decker as they try to stop an extortionist plaguing a small fishing village.
#6 - Pros and Cons
The A-Team Season 1 - Episode 4
B.A.'s friend is held in a prison where the warden holds fight-to-the-death-boxing matches whose winner receives short-lived freedom.
#9 - All Roads Lead to Floyd
Magnum, P.I. Season 1 - Episode 13
Magnum is hired by a bubbly young woman to find her father, who disappeared over ten years ago, not to be heard from since until she recently received a postcard from him sent from Hawaii. But her father is involved in some rather shady business, and Magnum isn't the only one looking for him...
#12 - Toni's Boys
Charlie's Angels Season 4 - Episode 24
After a number of attempts on the Angels' lives, Charlie hires Antonia Blake to protect them. Toni's boys are expert detectives but the Angels resist their orders to stay undercover and not venture out of Toni's mansion.
#13 - The Death Challenge
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 22
A world famous magician comes out of retirement to appear on a live television show after his most famous trick leads to the death of his protege. After the autopsy Quincy has to find out whether or not the first performance was a cover up for homicide or whether it was just an accident.
#15 - A Test for the Living
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 3
Quincy's powers of persuasion are put to the test when he crusades for a 7-year old boys re-evaluation as an autistic child.
#17 - The Two Sides of Truth
Quincy, M.E. Season 2 - Episode 5
In a court appearance Quincy comes up against his old professor, Dr. Herbert Stone, who is an expert witness for the defence. Stone comes up with a completely different view of the medical evidence to Quincy, which cause him to become confused and unsure of his own opinion. Because of this the prosecution loses. Later they appear to be on opposite sides again in another case. Stone refutes evidence that Quincy has found that shows that a rich businessman died in a fire. Quincy is upset when the Assistant DA points out that his old professor is now just selling his expertise to whoever will pay him.
#18 - No Way to Treat a Body
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 8
Quincy's latest ladyfriend moves into a new apartment and accidentally discovers two mummified bodies. He finds himself up against a group of oddball residents when he tries to find out what is going on, who the bodies belong to and where they came from.
#19 - The Eye of the Needle
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 23
An ailing woman's accidental death outrages Quincy when he discovers that she had been seeing a holistic doctor and had been treated with natural medicines rather than scientific ones. His opinion about the doctor responsible though is affected by his liking for her and it gives him something to think about.
#20 - Death by Good Intentions
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 4
A patient dies just hours after having had a successful surgical operation. An â€˜Affirmative Action' doctor is suspended because of his â€˜mistake' and a friend of Quincy's decides that he will take the blame to save him, and the â€˜Affirmative Action' program. Quincy soon gets involved to try and save his friends job.
#21 - Death Casts a Vote
Quincy, M.E. Season 3 - Episode 5
Two labor leaders are fighting for votes from the farm workers in the Los Angeles area. When a young union worker dies, seemingly committing suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning, both leaders come under suspicion. Even more so when Quincy announces in a press conference that he is not convinced that it was suicide, and that it may have been murder.
#22 - Valleyview
Quincy, M.E. Season 2 - Episode 12
An old man dies in a sanatorium, Valleyview, seemingly of a coronary. His grandson doesn't think that he could have died that way and pays for the Medical Examiners office to do an autopsy. Quincy does the autopsy and tells David, the grandson, that there is nothing unusual about the death. All is done with until a young girl, Anne Freedman, dies at the sanatorium as well. Again the cause of death is not clear and Quincy begins to think that maybe someone is performing â€˜mercy killings' on patients that are in pain.
#23 - Speed Trap
Quincy, M.E. Season 4 - Episode 2
After a racing car accident proves fatal for a former Grand Prix driver, Quincy's autopsy brands the crash a possible homicide.
#24 - By Their Faith
Quincy, M.E. Season 6 - Episode 7
Asten sends Quincy and Sam, at the request of Archbishop Vallejo, to San Remos, Mexico. They are sent to a small village where a young woman is seemingly curing people of their illnesses. She says that she gained her powers from some bones she found in a cave. Quincy and Sam have to join a group of eminent scientists trying to determine how old the bones are and whether they could possibly belong to a legendary missionary from the time of the Incas.
#25 - Science for Sale
Quincy, M.E. Season 8 - Episode 7
A sick woman with cancer leaves the hospital and dies. Those that have had physical contact with her die. Quincy soon discovers a new virus is the culprit of the deaths and hurries to find the cause.
#26 - A Matter of Principle
Quincy, M.E. Season 6 - Episode 2
Sam tries to persuade the authorities to take notice of a new process he has developed to help track down killers. His tooth print process shows that the man the police have as their suspect in a rape case is not the man who did it. The bite mark has to have come from another person. His process being unknown though means that it is not accepted or believed.