When Desmond Collins finally locates Judah Zachary's decapitated body in a secret underground chamber hidden under an unmarked gravestone, he goes to the Blue Whale and enlists the help of a fisherman named Tim who discovers the jeweled mask in the cross-impaled coffin containing the body. "Diamonds! Emeralds! This must be worth a fortune!"
This is Tom from the 70's British sitcom The Fall And Rise of Reginald Perrin. Tom is Reggie's son-in-law. On a drive-thru safari with Reggie, his wife Elizabeth, their daughter Linda, Linda's husband Tom, and Tom and Linda's two children, Reggie as usual loses it and calls Tom "a bearded prick." Tom asks why he's a bearded prick and Reggie rants something about a playpen and Tom brewing his own wine and smoking revolting briar pipes and he built a gothic stone folly in their garden and he calls his children (something) and made them eat garlic the moment they were off the breast. Tom replies calmly, "I see, thank you." He later admits, "I think, on reflection, the safari park wasn't a very good idea."
Kang chews out Kirk. The Enterprise attacked his ship, unprovoked! Suddenly, Chekov accuses the Klingons of killing his brother, Piotre. Kang instructs his men to use the Agonizer on Chekov, forcing Kirk to surrender. But when Spock transports them all onto the Enterprise, he holds the Klingons in the transporter beam until a security team can arrive to capture them.
Kang was played by Michael Ansara who passed away a couple of weeks ago. Below is an animated gif made from the screen shots I used from the episode as reference.
Barnabas Collins is destroyed, or is he? A mysterious stranger appears claiming to be a victim of Barnabas Collins. But he is identical in appearance to Barnabas! Is this stranger really Barnabas crafting an unbelievable tale? Quentin and Edward Collins are suspicious and drag him to the cave to check Barnabas's coffin. If the coffin is empty, they will know the stranger's story is a lie, and that he is really Barnabas! But in the cave, they find the body of Barnabas Collins still in its coffin with a stake driven through its heart! Can the mysterious stranger's story be true?
This is actually a drawing of Count Petofi, yes Count Petofi, after he has stolen Quentin Collins's body! Now that Count Petofi's mind occupies Quentin Collins's body (and of course Quentin Collins's mind occupies Count Petofi's body), and along with retaining the power of his hand, Count Petofi can finally fulfill his plan to travel to the future, to the year 1969!