Sebastian Fleming is a crude tycoon in the episode "The Sacrifice".
Gloria was his fourth wife. He was the client of the hotshot insurance salesman James; James was also the secret lover to his wife. For to live together, they decide to bump Sebastian off for his considerable money.
James succeed with killing Sebastian by pushing him of the balcony. The police don't suspect the real murders because Sebastian pocketed the money of his insurance before signing it but things go awry when the meddlesome Jerry, James' boss and Gloria's obsessed first lover enters the picture claiming he had photographic evidence of the murder. His ultimatum is to share Gloria, apparently forcing her to perverse sexual games. Higly depressed by this situation, James commits suicide by ingesting sleeping drugs having written a letter where he admits that only he committed the murder, acquitting Gloria. Ironically, Gloria reveal her real face by burning the letter in front of him and rejoin her acolyte and real lover Jerry, revealing that she manipulated James since the beginning.
Behind the Scenes Edit
- He was portrayed by Don Hood.
- Don Hood was also a guest star in Dallas with Gerrit Graham (Theodore Carne), Kathleen York (Coralee), Britt Leach (Joe (Pawnbroker)), Burke Byrne (Mack), Matthew Faison (Doctor (Only Sin Deep)), Troy Evans (Al), Earl Boen (Mr. Clayton), J. Patrick McNamara (Thorne), Paul Lieber (Alan), Chelcie Ross (George Yates), Teddy Wilson (Clyde), Colleen Camp (Mildred Korman), Abel Franco (Bushmill), Lewis Arquette (Ernest Feeley), Stefan Gierasch (Mr. Sickles), Kenneth White (Sheriff), Dorothy Parke (Sam), Mike Simmrin (Theodore) and William Franfather (Mr. Colbert).
- Don Hood was featured in Ed Wood with Patricia Arquette (Mary Jo).