Hill Street Blues
Daniel J. Travanti, Taurean Blacque, Bruce Weitz, Joe Spano, Kiel Martin, Betty Thomas, Michael Warren, Charles Haid, Veronica Hamel, James Sikking, René Enríquez, Ed Marinaro, Barbara Bosson, Robert Hirschfeld, Michael Conrad, Jon Cypher
The original "ensemble drama," this is the story of an overworked, under-staffed police precinct in an anonymous inner city patterned after Chicago. We follow the lives of many characters, from the lowly beat and traffic cops to the captain of the precinct himself. This is the show that blazed the trail followed later by such notable ensemble dramas as "St. Elsewhere" and "L.A. Law."
- Season 1: 1. Hill Street Station (1981). Captain Furillo summons the heads of the various local gangs in an attempt to ensure their peaceful "cooperation" during a visit by the President of the United States.
- Season 1: 2. Presidential Fever (1981). The President of the United States wants to visit the Hill, and the precinct has to deal with how to make it happen.
- Season 1: 3. Politics As Usual (1981). Things heat up between the gangs on the hill as the president plans his walking tour.
- Season 1: 4. Can World War III Be An Attitude? (1981). Hill Street finds the precinct under siege when the gangs react to the president canceling his walking tour. Hill and Renko arrest a car thief who has a knack for fixing things around the station. Frank asks Joyce to represent LaRue who is facing bribery charges.
- Season 1: 5. Double Jeopardy (1981). Davenport begins to assist Furillo and Washington in their attempt to clear Larue's name. They probe deep into Macafee's personal life but are having difficulty finding anything dirty on him. 'Operation Duckling' puts many of the officers in drag as they go undercover to apprehend the St. James Park rapist. After responding to a call on a jumper Henry has a flat tire in a bad neighborhood and is harassed by a gang of youths and Phil is beginning to show signs of weariness trying to keep up with two women.
- Season 1: 6. Film At Eleven (1981). Furillo agrees to let a local news crew film the precinct. Belker brings in a suspect who believes that he is Dracula. Washington and LaRue capture a woman who is in possession of the gun that shot Hill and Renko.
- Season 1: 7. Choice Cut (1981). Frank is forced to deal with a hostage situation at a grocery store. The precinct continues to investigate the shooting of Hill and Renko.
- Season 1: 8. Up In Arms (1981). Renko gets upset when the lie detector test for his shooting suspect comes up inconclusive. Esterhaus meets with a criminal that he helped put away. Furillo feels that the news crew is to blame for convincing local merchants form a crime watch union.
- Season 1: 9. Your Kind, My Kind, Humankind (1981). LaRue asks a television reporter to go with him on a stakeout. Furillo has trouble finding a home for the juvenile who held up a grocery store. Renko begins to exhibit bizarre behavior. After witnessing his partner's death, Santini has second thoughts about being a police office
- Season 1: 10. Gatorbait (1981). Furillo considers leaving the station to run for commander. Renko and Hill investigate the murder of a 15-year old prostitute. LaRue and Washington decide to play a practical joke on Hunter.
- Season 1: 11. Life, Death, Eternity (1981). Frank risks a promotion to commander by pursuing an investigation that links a city councilman from another district to the murder of a prostitute. Belker is harassed by a new anti-Semetic cop.
- Season 1: 12. I Never Promised You A Rose, Marvin (1981). Furillo continues to push the investigation of a well-respected city councilman even after it become apparent that it will cost him a promotion. LaRue's dream for a business gets destroyed. Hunter gets Chief Daniel's approval to use an "urban tank". Belker considers a transfer.
- Season 1: 13. Fecund Hand Rose (1981). Furillo angrily agrees to use his men to protect corrupt cop turned informant Ralph Macafee from a possible assassination attempt. Esterhaus has second thoughts about his upcoming marriage to Cindy after Grace Gardner pays him a visit at the station house.
- Season 1: 14. Rites Of Spring (1981). An undercover narc with a history of racism is accused of shooting an unarmed black man. LaRue's drinking starts to affect his job performance. Hill goes out of his way to help a woman who neglected her children. Goldblume's son lands in the hospital.
- Season 1: 15. Jungle Madness (1981). Washington unearths evidence to clear vicious racist narcotics cop Charlie Weeks in a back alley shooting of a black youth while Furillo clashes with Chief Fletcher Daniels over the investigation. LaRue's alcoholism undermines his ability to do his job and causes his life to fall apart. Hill comes down hard on a teenage mother who continually neglects her two children. Bates and her new partner Coffey get to know each other better.
- Season 2: 1. Hearts And Minds (1981). Furillo has mixed feelings about Jesse John Hudson, a powerful ex-gang leader who's just been released from jail who claims he wants to do good for his old community. However, word on the street is that Hudson is out to reclaim his old turf. Meanwhile, various police officers search the neighborhood for a missing seven-year-old boy and Belker arrests an orangutan purse snatcher.
- Season 2: 2. Blood Money (1981). Furillo suspects that Jesse John Hudson is behind the theft of a cache of weapons. Washington investigates the murder of a prostitute. Belker and Goldblume work undercover as cab drivers. Hunter takes Grace Gardner on a date to an art gallery exhibit.
- Season 2: 3. Last White Man On East Ferry Avenue, The (1981). Goldblume does his best to maintain order after angry old man Mr. Popovich shoots a local boy dead and barricades himself in his home. Belker demands that Furillo pull the gung-go Virgil Brooks from his current assignment before Jesse John Hudson discovers that he's really an undercover cop.
- Season 2: 4. Second Oldest Profession, The (1981). Bates makes an error in judgment when she allows a junkie prostitute to shoot up prior to arresting her only to have the hooker nearly die from an overdose. Furillo demands that Davenport become more open about their romantic relationship.
- Season 2: 5. Fruits Of The Poisonous Tree (1981). LaRue and Washington are accused of entrapment. A ten-year-old girl gets shot and killed by a fourteen-year-old street gang member. Grace Gardner informs Esterhaus that she might be pregnant.
- Season 2: 6. Cranky Streets (1981). Coffey has to arrest a guy who was a longtime friend of his family. Hill has to cover for an old friend who has a tendency for using excessive force. Renko gets in hot water after playing a tasteless practical joke on a female officer in training.
- Season 2: 7. Chipped Beef (1981). Frank decides to attend a dinner for Fay's new love interest. Renko stands up for a guy who has a warrant out for his arrest after the guy saves his life. Belker goes undercover to catch ATM robbers. Hill and the other cops' account of what happened with Nash are questioned.
- Season 2: 8. World According To Freedom, The (1982). Following a gruesome murder perpetrated by a gang at a night club, Furillo is determined to take any means necessary to find the people responsible. Belker runs in a guy who thinks that he is a superhero. LaRue goes undercover inside a holding cell to try and get a confession.
- Season 2: 9. Pestolozzi's Revenge (1982). Furillo risks perjury after he's subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury investigating police corruption. Renko gets upset when his service revolver is stolen. Captain Freedom reappears to thwart a robbery.
- Season 2: 10. Spy Who Came In From Delgado, The (1982). Hill, Renko, and Belker work undercover at a seedy downtown salon. Calletano becomes suspicious about a new attractive office assistant who is less than qualified for the position. Davenport recommends a lawyer for Frank in the corruption-seeking Sullivan Commission. Hunter uses hounds to try and find wild dogs running around in the city.
- Season 2: 11. Freedom's Last Stand (1982). An angry Furillo testifies a second time before a grand jury for the Sullivan Commission on police corruption. Goldblume goes undercover in drag to catch a purse snatcher. Bates represents the Hill in a high stakes poker game against rival departments. Captain Freedom meets an untimely end when he attempts to stop a gang of armed robbers.
- Season 2: 12. Of Mouse And Man (1982). A public defender is brutally murdered. Hill is elected as VP of the Black Officers' Coalition. LaRue and Washington nab a cocaine dealer who has knowledge of a large PCP lab.
- Season 2: 13. Zen And The Art Of Law Enforcement (1982). Renko gets upset at Hill for temporarily leaving him to head up the Black Officer's Coalition. On the eve of a huge PCP lab bust, LaRue turns to the bottle. Furillo learns that a suspect in the murder of a district attorney may go free due to a technicality.
- Season 2: 14. Young, The Beautiful And The Degraded, The (1982). Goldblume finds a witness in the DA murder cases that seems way too good to be true. Furillo considers kicking LaRue of the force after he almost ruined a major bust by showing up drunk. Hill quits the Black Officers Coalition. Belker feels over the hill after being outrun by a suspect.
- Season 2: 15. Some Like It Hot-Wired (1982). Esterhaus is up in arms after his car is stolen. Washington believes that LaRue has changed after seeing him for the first time since his demotion. Hill, Renko, and Goldblume go undercover to catch a scheme perpetrated by prostitutes and phony cops. Davenport has a meltdown in court.
- Season 2: 16. Personal Foul (1982). Belker and Washington go undercover at an adult movie theater. A man who recently lost his job holds his wife and son hostage inside their apartment. Goldblume's wife asks him for a divorce. The precinct plans an exhibition basketball game between the officers and the gang members.
- Season 2: 17. Shooter, The (1982). Furillo, Goldblume, and Washington try to track down the owner of a gun that killed one officer and seriously injured another. Renko learns that his father only has days to live.
- Season 2: 18. Invasion Of The Third World Body Snatchers (1982). Belker goes undercover as a wino to nab a killer. Davenport puts her and Frank's vacation on hold to defend a man accused of rape who she believes is innocent. After Renko's dad dies, the car with his body is stolen and chased in hot pursuit around the city. Washington pleads to Furillo to get LaRue back as a partner.
- Season 3: 1. Trial By Fury (1982). Furillo faces pressure from the public when when two young men are run in for raping and murdering a nun during a church robbery. Belker stands up for a gay prostitute. Calletano is worried about a tax audit.
- Season 3: 2. Domestic Beef (1982). Furillo risks a backlash after voting one of his peers guilty of improperly managing his precinct. Washington and LaRue both apply for same position outside the precinct. Belker and Goldblume go undercover as ice cream men.
- Season 3: 3. Heat Rash (1982). An action movie star asks to follow Belker. Bates and Coffey arrest a guy who thinks he is an ET. Hunter tells Furillo that he may have cancer. Furillo looks into an allegation made against his precinct by a disgraced captain who committed suicide. Hill and Renko make a drunk driving arrest on a councilman that is quickly overturned by Chief Daniels.
- Season 3: 4. Rain Of Terror (1982). LaRue and Washington investigate two policemen suspected of stealing. Furillo blackmails Chief Daniels to get Goldblume reinstated. Gennaro accompanies Belker on an undercover drug deal. Renko is unhappy with his birthday present- a call girl set up by Hill and Coffey.
- Season 3: 5. Officer Of The Year (1982). Calletano lets his anger get the best of him when accepting the award for Hispanic Officer of the Year. Belker goes undercover at a massage parlor that is linked to prostitution. Furillo's son runs away from home. Bates is upset when Davenport undermines her testimony on the witness stand. Renko gets mad when an assault victim, on the advice of her lawyer, decides not to press charges.
- Season 3: 6. Stan The Man (1982). Davenport is held at knife-point by a suspect in the booking area. Larue and another office argue over who will make an undercover bust. Fearing that his apartment will be torn down, an elderly man threatens to jump to his death from the top of a building. When Belker goes to the bank to be approved for a loan, he gets more action than he bargained for.
- Season 3: 7. Little Boil Blue (1982). Belker goes undercover to try and catch a guy who is using homeless people to commit insurance fraud. Renko gets in hot water after he asks a hospital intern to lie about a patient being dead on arrival. Fearing that it will hurt his chances of being elected to office, Daniels tries to get Furillo to cover up the details of the murder of a dirty cop. Coffey tries to get through to a Vietnam vet suffering from post-traumatic stress who snaps and takes people hostage.
- Season 3: 8. Requiem For A Hairbag (1982). Fay's house is burgled, and some unspecifiedly private movies involving her and Frank, along with usual items of value, are also, suspiciously, pinched. Dominique Dunne guests as a teenager abused by her mother. Scummy narcotics cop Stan Mizelll's autopsy shows he died full of illegal drugs, and his safe deposit box turns out to have a couple of ounces of coke, $40,000 in mint 100s, and a pair of fur-lined handcuffs. At the funeral, Councilmember Detweiler tells Furillo, who he'd previously demanded choose sides, that he's going to bury him and Chief Daniels with the ...
- Season 3: 9. Hair Of The Dog, A (1982). Belker goes undercover at a pawn shop after getting tip from Eddie Gregg, who wants to be a snitch. LaRue and Washington have difficulty get an autopsy from an overworked coroner. Chief Daniels forces Furillo to open an investigation on the kidnapping of the governor's dog. Faye gets put in jail for contempt of court after arguing a traffic ticket.
- Season 3: 10. Phantom Of The Hill (1982). Esterhaus decides to propose to Grace. Martinez claims to know the whereabouts of the governor's kidnapped dog but wants something in return. Teresa breaks up with Renko and has her eyes set on Coffey. A homicide charge against a key suspect is put in jeopardy when the coroner accidentally cremates the body of the victim. The mysterious "Phantom of the Hill" continues to terrorize people from the sewers.
- Season 3: 11. No Body's Perfect (1982). Belker, LaRue and Washington finally bust Sid. After hearing that Esterhaus was turned down in his marriage proposal to Grace, Calletano fixes him up with a girl whose visa expires. Wally's competence as a coroner is questioned at a pre-hearing trial. Renko attacks Coffey after spotting him with his ex-girlfriend. Hill tries to counsel a rookie cop whose confidence is shaken.
- Season 3: 12. Santaclaustrophobia (1982). On Christmas Eve, Washington tries to make amends with the widow of a liquor store owner that he accidentally killed during a robbery three months ago. Hill's deadbeat father stops by the station to pay him a visit. Belker goes undercover as Santa Claus and has to deal with a fresh street kid who knows he is a cop.
- Season 3: 13. Gung Ho (1983). Bates is upset at Coffey for getting her a stripper for her birthday. Belker and two rookie cops go undercover at an arcade. Several suspects are questioned about a deadly armed robbery.
- Season 3: 14. Moon Over Uranus (1983). Renko is demoted to traffic cop duty after a minor violation. Goldblume is unable to do much for a woman who fears her boyfriend. A veteran officer whose daughter is raped goes off the deep end.
- Season 3: 15. Moon Over Uranus: The Sequel (1983). Furilo and Daniels clash over a crime sweep on the streets. Renko is declared a hero after rescuing children from a burning building. A woman who fears her boyfriend lashes out at Goldblume and a judge for allowing him to go free. Hill confronts a bully undercover cop who attacked Renko.
- Season 3: 16. Moon Over Uranus: The Final Legacy (1983). Calletano tries to look younger by wearing a toupee. Tataglia asks Bates for advice on a possible romance with Belker. Furillo is ordered by the court to shut down the crime operation on the streets. A case of gang members harassing a local store owner causes Goldblume to lose his temper.
- Season 3: 17. Belles Of St. Marys, The (1983).
- Season 3: 18. Life In The Minors (1983).
- Season 3: 19. Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back (1983). Davenport takes Furillo up on his offer to get married. Hill, Renko and Bates go undercover on a bus. Belker works to try and get his mind off his deceased father. Coffey takes a lie detector test to prove he is innocent of killing a prisoner. LaRue gets Vic a gig at a seedy nightclub.
- Season 3: 20. Spotlight On Rico (1983).
- Season 3: 21. Buddy, Can You Spare A Heart? (1983).
- Season 3: 22. Hill Of Beans, A (1983).
- Season 4: 1. Here's Adventure, Here's Romance (1983). Following a deadly shooting at a gay bar, an off-duty cop, who is the only witness, is reluctant to come forward for fear that his homosexuality will become public. A guy impersonating the "Cisco Kid" is arrested twice for causing a disturbance. Faye is depressed about having to go through her pregnancy alone.
- Season 4: 2. Ba-Bing, Ba-Bing (1983).
- Season 4: 3. Long Law Of The Arm, The (1983).
- Season 4: 4. Death By Kiki (1983).
- Season 4: 5. Doris In Wonderland (1983).
- Season 4: 6. Praise Dilaudid (1983).
- Season 4: 7. Goodbye, Mr. Scripps (1983). Chief Daniels' campaign for mayor hits a turning point. Members of the precinct attend the funeral of the boy who was accidentally shot by Perez. Furillo consoles Perez and his family. Hill and Renko arrest a mentally ill man who believes that he is running for mayor and is causing disturbances.
- Season 4: 8. Midway To What? (1983).
- Season 4: 9. Honk If You're A Goose (1983).
- Season 4: 10. Russians Are Coming, The (1983).
- Season 4: 11. Ratman And Bobbin (1984).
- Season 4: 12. Nichols From Heaven (1984).
- Season 4: 13. Fuchs Me? Fuchs You! (1984).
- Season 4: 14. Grace Under Pressure (1984). Furillo breaks the news of Esterhaus's death. Bates is given serious consideration for Sergeant. Coffey's girlfriend is sexually assaulted. Belker goes undercover as a truck driver to try and catch thieves that are stealing poultry.
- Season 4: 15. Other Side Of Oneness, The (1984).
- Season 4: 16. Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow (1984).
- Season 4: 17. End Of Logan's Run, The (1984).
- Season 4: 18. Count Of Monty Tasco, The (1984).
- Season 4: 19. Nutcracker Suite (1984).
- Season 4: 20. Hair Apparent (1984).
- Season 4: 21. Lucky Ducks (1984).
- Season 4: 22. Eva's Brawn (1984).
- Season 5: 1. Mayo, Hold The Pickle (1984).
- Season 5: 2. Watt A Way To Go (1984). Goldblume goes after the guy who raped his ex-wife, even though she refuses to press charges. A member of Hunter's SWAT team is put under scrutiny after shouting an obscenity while firing at a hostage taker. Calletano participates in an undercover operation at a hotel. Davenport performs a last ditch effort to save a former client who is scheduled to be executed.
- Season 5: 3. Rookie Nookie (1984).
- Season 5: 4. Fowl Play (1984).
- Season 5: 5. Bangladesh Slowly (1984).
- Season 5: 6. Ewe And Me, Babe (1984).
- Season 5: 7. Blues For Mr. Green (1984).
- Season 5: 8. Fuched Again (1984). An assassination attempt made on Mayor Cleveland leads to a investigation in police corruption. Belker, LaRue, Coffey, Hunter, Calletano, and Washington embark on a trip to Las Vegas which begins with Belker winning $5,000. Hill and Renko's judgment call puts a store owner's life in jeopardy.
- Season 5: 9. Low Blow (1984).
- Season 5: 10. Rise And Fall Of Paul The Wall, The (1984).
- Season 5: 11. Last Chance Salon (1984).
- Season 5: 12. Intestinal Fortitude (1985). Belker, LaRue and Washington go undercover to investigate a garbage removal operation with suspected mafia activity. An elderly woman is raped. After the suspected rapist is let go because his Miranda rights were not read to him in Spanish, Mayo tries to get evidence that he can speak English.
- Season 5: 13. Of Human Garbage (1985). Faye gets suspicious when she visits her dentist and wakes up from anesthesia with her shirt unbuttoned. Perez goes from hero to suspect after he rescues a family from a fire in which a snitch alleges that Perez orchestrated. LaRue, Washington and Belker continue to investigate a corrupt garbage removal business.
- Season 5: 14. Dr. Hoof And Mouth (1985). Mayo goes undercover to bust a dentist who is suspected of taking advantage of patients while putting them under. Hill and Renko must arrest a guy who just lost his family in a hit and run crash because he has outstanding warrants. Belker gets evicted and moves into Hunter's RV.
- Season 5: 15. Davenport In A Storm (1985).
- Season 5: 16. Washington Deceased (1985).
- Season 5: 17. Passage To Libya (1985).
- Season 5: 18. El Capitan (1985).
- Season 5: 19. Life And Time Of Dominic Florio Jr., The (1985).
- Season 5: 20. G.Q. (1985).
- Season 5: 21. Queen For A Day (1985).
- Season 5: 22. You're In Alice's (1985). Goldblume heads up his own investigation into the death of Gina. Hill uses his broadcast news connections to help a homeless family. With Bates injured, Jablonski is assigned to ride with Coffey. Calletano and Hunter interview for the captain's position. Belker uncovers police corruption while working undercover at a men's clothing store. Washington and Garibaldi get nervous about the station possibly implementing random drug tests.
- Season 5: 23. Grin And Bear It (1985). Garibaldi's legal efforts to quash the drug test screenings are successful. Belker's undercover investigation nets Detective Phil Dugan and Captain Joe Keenan. Hill and Renko are in charge of escorting a bear around. Furillo's drug screening comes up positive for alcohol. Goldblume attends to Gina's estate. With one captain dead and another likely to fired, Calletano sets his sights on a promotion. Jablonski leaves the hospital without his doctor's permission to return to work.
- Season 6: 1. Blues In The Night (1985). Goldblume is held hostage by the leader of a radical group. Belker gets some bad news while working undercover. Renko is given a backstage pass to see his favorite singer. Renko and LaRue bet on who can make it to work faster.
- Season 6: 2. Hacked To Pieces (1985). Calletano's bid to become Captain in another precinct is put in jeopardy when his predecessor has second thoughts about retirement. Norman Buntz is introduced as Calletano's replacement. Mayor Cleveland's son is picking up on drug charges. Garibaldi gets in deep with a bookmaker. Tataglia informs Belker that she might be pregnant.
- Season 6: 3. Seoul On Ice (1985). LaRue and Washington try to find clues on the person responsible for assaulting Garibaldi, who remains in critical condition. Rumors abound about Hunter's new girlfriend. Major Cleveland's son remains on the loose. Furillo assembles a committee to investigate police corruption.
- Season 6: 4. In The Belly Of The Bus (1985). While undercover, Belker get trapped in a luggage compartment on a bus. Furillo grants immunity to a stolen parts dealer with information on the death of Captain Keenan, only to later regret that decision.
- Season 6: 5. Somewhere Over The Rambo (1985). The final results of Furillo's corruption commission report place blame on Daniels. An angry Daniels responds by making an example of a night shift cop involved in the shooting of a promising teen and blaming Frank. A mentally unstable man is brought in for disturbing the peace while dressed up as Rambo. Buntz becomes involved in the hiring of another khaki officer.
- Season 6: 6. Oh, You Kid (1985). Buntz catches a mugger who turns around and accuses him of police brutality. Washington is involved in a domestic dispute with near tragic results. Belker goes undercover as a vagrant to investigate the reason why many vagrants have fallen from high buildings recently.
- Season 6: 7. An Oy For An Oy (1985). Jablonski puts up his own money to catch a pair of crooks. Buntz accuses one of Calletano's men of dumping vagrants in the Hill Street Precinct. Belker gets in the middle of a family feud between two jewelry merchant brothers. Washington is discharged from the hospital.
- Season 6: 8. Fathers And Huns (1985). Furillo angers Briscoe by pursuing a major drug king on a minor charge. Hill's father comes back to ask him for money. Jablonski tries to get in between a priest and a scrap metal dealer. Belker gets upset at Tataglia for being involved in a dangerous arrest while pregnant.
- Season 6: 9. What Are Friends For? (1985). Buntz and Rodriguez are held hostage by a mental patient who wants revenge on Buntz for putting him away. Belker goes undercover at a dog pound. LaRue and Washington bring in a baseball player for drunk driving and find cocaine in his car trunk. Furillo is upset when he is denied mortgage insurance.
- Season 6: 10. Virgin And The Turkey, The (1985).
- Season 6: 11. Two Easy Pieces (1986).
- Season 6: 12. Say It As It Plays (1986).
- Season 6: 13. Blues, Das (1986).
- Season 6: 14. Scales Of Justice (1986).
- Season 6: 15. I Want My Hill Street Blues (1986).
- Season 6: 16. Remembrance Of Hits Past (1986).
- Season 6: 17. Larry Of Arabia (1986).
- Season 6: 18. Iced Coffey (1986).
- Season 6: 19. Jagga The Hunk (1986).
- Season 6: 20. Look Homeward, Ninja (1986).
- Season 6: 21. Slum Enchanted Evening (1986). Wachtel sentences a landlord to spend time in his dilapidated buildings, and Furillo finds Cleveland could benefit from an investigation into Donahue's death.
- Season 6: 22. Come And Get It (1986). The precinct reaches a crisis point after Hill and Renko rescue an escaped mass murderer from a vigilante mob.
- Season 7: 1. Suitcase (1986). Goldblume investigates a suspected case of aspirin tampering, while Belker works undercover looking into a scam.
- Season 7: 2. Case Of Klapp, A (1986). Hunter shoots a boy caught robbing a convenience store, while Belker struggles to protect senior citizens from a violent mugger.
- Season 7: 3. Best Defense, The (1986). After the public defenders walk out, the blues have to use discretion in making borderline arrests as the station overflows with suspects.
- Season 7: 4. Bald Ambition (1986). Furillo is asked to help a proud Calletano head off a mutiny when his precinct officers are on the verge of a racial war among themselves.
- Season 7: 5. I Come On My Knees (1986). It's the odd couple revisited when Buntz lets 'Sid the Snitch' bunk in his apartment to hide from a vengeful ex-con.
- Season 7: 6. Say Uncle (1986). Renko worries all day when a gypsy places a curse on him, while Larue is giddy about the glory he will get when a suspect he arrests admits to more than a dozen murders.
- Season 7: 7. Amazing Grace (1986).
- Season 7: 8. Falling From Grace (1986).
- Season 7: 9. Fathers And Guns (1986). Furillo faces a moral and emotional dilemma when his father is shot, while Belker has nightmares about nuclear destruction.
- Season 7: 10. More Skinned Against Than Skinning (1986). Racial tensions rise when a white undercover officer shoots his black partner, and a temporarily blind Buntz goes undercover with Belker as a beggar.
- Season 7: 11. She's So Fein (1987). Joyce Davenport is taken hostage by a desperate suspect who holes up in a market with her and a wounded victim. Belker wrecks a car belonging to LaRue's brother-in-law.
- Season 7: 12. Wasted Weekend, A (1987).
- Season 7: 13. City Of Refuse (1987).
- Season 7: 14. Roachenkavalier, Der (1987).
- Season 7: 15. Norman Conquest (1987).
- Season 7: 16. Sorry Wrong Number (1987).
- Season 7: 17. Cookie Crumbles, The (1987).
- Season 7: 18. Dogsbreath Afternoon (1987).
- Season 7: 19. Days Of Swine And Roses (1987).
- Season 7: 20. Runner Falls On His Kisser, The (1987).
- Season 7: 21. Pound Of Flesh, A (1987).
- Season 7: 22. It Ain't Over Till It's Over (1987).