Without internet help can you finish this sentence:

“Cranston’s friend and companion, the lovely Margo Lane, is the only person who knows to whom the voice…”

The Shadow Knows?

“of the Shadow belongs.”

Right show, wrong finish to the sentence.


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I would have said that too. I wouldn’t remember the specific wording. But you either know Lamont Cranston is the Shadow, and Margot Lane is his sole confidant, or you don’t.

Do I win a cookie?

Y’all are much closer than I was before searching for the truth, carnivorousplant and TriPolar. But for added credit, can you guess what got me thinking about Margo/Margot?

Clue: recent TV show.

Pony up with my prize.
No cookie, no guessie.


Here’s your cookie

Now, you promised! :smiley:

I think Kent Allard might know :smiley:

I couldn’t finish the exact sentence, but I knew what it was referring to.

Lamont Cranston, Margo Lane… clearly a Shadow reference though I wouldn’t have been able to finish the sentence perfectly. An invocation of Kent Allard’s name would have worked, too.

  • Allard reference from memory without reference consultation.

I had to look up Allard, since I was purely a radio fan of the show as a kid.

Those of you posting since Post #9, please refer to that for an additional challenge.

Ought not be too difficult if you watch much TV these days.


Margot Kidder played Lois Lane.

Margo(t) Lane…

Victory for Zim!

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Good and understandable tries, but it has more to do with “Cranston’s friend and companion” than with Margot/Margo per se.

Something about the start of Breaking Bad?

That was supposed to be the star of …