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He even gets to meet Mako, in a wonderful small role as a Japanese master chef who unknowingly tips the detective off on his poison source. Often, episodes implied an element of class consciousness, with the disheveled Columbo always getting one over wealthy and powerful titans of industry and the arts who see themselves masters of all they survey. Just as Falk hits all the best notes for Columbo, Jourdan manages to find constant small moments to bring out the character.

His ostensible friendliness to waiters and cooks is presented with incredible condescension, as though it were divine intervention. And while he dislikes the lieutenant, he finds enjoyment in his attempt to sabotage the case while slowly hanging himself.


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Watching it again, I was struck by how, despite being so strictly tied to the Los Angeles of the Seventies, the show really feels timeless. While its presentation of Italian, Chinese, and French cuisine is common to us now, it shows a city with a number of cultures and identities, where high and low status can mix in unexpected ways.

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He even gets to meet Mako, in a wonderful small role as a Japanese master chef who unknowingly tips the detective off on his poison source. Often, episodes implied an element of class consciousness, with the disheveled Columbo always getting one over wealthy and powerful titans of industry and the arts who see themselves masters of all they survey.

Just as Falk hits all the best notes for Columbo, Jourdan manages to find constant small moments to bring out the character. His ostensible friendliness to waiters and cooks is presented with incredible condescension, as though it were divine intervention. And while he dislikes the lieutenant, he finds enjoyment in his attempt to sabotage the case while slowly hanging himself.

Watching it again, I was struck by how, despite being so strictly tied to the Los Angeles of the Seventies, the show really feels timeless.

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While its presentation of Italian, Chinese, and French cuisine is common to us now, it shows a city with a number of cultures and identities, where high and low status can mix in unexpected ways.