Dial M for Modem (1989)


Dial M for Modem Poster
Original Title: Dial M for Modem
Type: TV Episode
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release Date: 28 Dec 1992
Is Adult: No
Language: 
English
Rated: n/A
Director: 
Joseph L. Scanlan
Writer: 
David Jacobs, Lawrence Kasha
Stars: 
Teri Austin, William Devane, Kevin Dobson  »



Plot

Abby shreds the contents of Paula's Lotus Point file. Ted accuses Abby of directing "Nagata" to give Paige his name. She then uses sex (in an elevator) to show him that she is still loyal to him. Greg is not interested when Paige tells him that "Nagata" is an actor. Ginny buys Val a computer to help her with her writing, and says a computer tech named Danny comes along with the purchase should any issues arise. Paige can no longer locate "Nagata" because Abby has paid him to leave the country. However, he shows up later and extorts Abby for even more money. Michael and Ellen are accused of plagiarism and placed on academic probation once Sumner Group's computer security program is revealed. Sumner tells them Johnny sold him the program. He tells Michael and Ellen to prove he stole it. Abby tries to get Paige to go work for Sumner Group in New York, but she declines the opportunity. Karen asks Abby for Murakame's number so she can contact the company directly. Mack accuses Paula of coming after him. Paula recommends Michael sue Sumner. Val enjoys meeting Danny. Abby asks Ted to deliver money to "Nagata." Ted learns Abby would be guilty of fraud and embezzlement if her former partners learned she is Murakame. Paige sees Ted and "Nagata" driving away together. Later, she learns that "Nagata" was killed in a car accident. Written by GusF





Details (General)

  • AKA (Also Known As)

    Dial M for Modem (United States)

  • Company

    Roundelay

  • Country

    United States

  • Location

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd.
    Culver City
    California
    USA





  • Details (Technical)

  • Aspect Ratio

    1.33 : 1

  • Color

    Color

  • Sound Mix

    Stereo
    Mono