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Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson (Character)
from "Starsky and Hutch" (1975)

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Starsky & Hutch (2004)
Hutch: Okay, let me ask you a question, which one do you want cause we're gonna stick to this?
Starsky: I've always had a thing for blondes.
Hutch: Good, cause I'll take anything.

Starsky: [in a deep Brooklyn-ish accent to prepare for a disguise] Hey, do me a favor, tip your hat forward. Just tilt it forward. C'mon.
Hutch: No, I like it where it is.
Starsky: No, seriously, come on, do it. Do it.
Hutch: Will you... will you stop with that. That voice makes you sound crazy.
Starsky: It does not make me sound crazy, it makes me sound like "Maury Finkle, founder of Finkle Fixtures, Biggest Lighting Fixture Chain in the Southland."
Hutch: Ohhhh, it's a little voice and a character. You got a whole back story. That's good.
Starsky: Yeah, little touches, ya know, little touches, little details. Ya wanna make the character full, real.

Starsky: Like you said, Feldman: Everybody deserves a second chance.
[Starsky fires at the front trunk of a Volkswagen]
Hutch: Whoa, what have we here? Does this look familiar? Some cocaine. Captain Doby, I suggest you take this to the lab and have it analyzed this time...
Starsky: [Reese grabs Hutch; puts a gun to Hutch's neck] Hutch!
Reese Feldman: Alright, freeze! Alright, everybody freeze! Put your hands where I can see them! Do it now!
Kevin: Put it down!
Captain Doby: You relax pal. Relax!
Kevin: Let's do it!
Reese Feldman: Put that gun down or I'm gonna kill your friend right here. Do it now!
Kevin: What the hell are we doing?
Reese Feldman: Do it now! Put it down!

Starsky: [Heather takes off her top and bottoms] So, did you uh... When did he... Did he... What... So Hutch do you got any more questions?
Hutch: Yeah, well, uh sure. We could... What's your sign?
Heather: Gemini.
Starsky: What uh... What do you weigh?
Heather: What does that have to do with anything?
Starsky: It has everything to do with anything and just answer the question please, ma'am.
Heather: Around 115 I guess, give or take. I wish I could be more helpful.
Hutch: Stop. Don't do that. You've been great. It's been terrific.
Heather: Anything else?
Starsky: I'm good.
Hutch: Yeah.
Starsky: Yeah.
Hutch: Thank you so much.

Hutch: [waiting outside Huggy's club] What, you've never run an errand on the clock before?
Starsky: No, I happen to take care of my personal business after work. When the taxpayers aren't paying me to protect them.
Hutch: Give me a break. You've never stopped and bought yourself a cup of coffee?
Starsky: I bring a thermos.

Huggy Bear: Hutch, you'll have the usual?
Hutch: You know it and make it a double.
Huggy Bear: Leon, get my a man a jack and tab. And double that.
Leon: You got it boss.
Starsky: Hey, I'll get a seltzer with a little lime if you got it.
Huggy Bear: I don't got it.
Starsky: Or not. That's cool. I'm good.

Hutch: [after seeing the Grand Torino] Whoa! Your stock just went up in my book, my friend. Pop the hood, let me see what you got under...
Starsky: Hey! Hotshot! What do you think you're doing? This is a Ford Grand Torino. It's not some crappy camper slash apartment. There are rules.
Hutch: Okay, okay.
Starsky: You do not bang on the hood. You never under any circumstances drive. And you will certainly not put your coffee mug on the roof of the car. In fact, no coffee in the car whatsoever. Coffee goes on the ground, you get in the car, we go.

Hutch: You gotta be kidding me. No way!
Starsky: What?
Hutch: A floater. Nothing harder to solve than a floater. No prints, body's usually bloated, it's next to impossible. All right, I say we push it out and hope the current pushes it down to the next precinct.
[Hutch tries to push the body away with a stick]
Starsky: Whoa, what are you doing?
Hutch: Trust me, you're gonna thank me for this one.
Starsky: Hey, seriously stop it.
Hutch: The key is not to pop it. You gotta be very ginger.
Starsky: Hey!
[Starsky points a gun at Hutch]
Hutch: What are you doing?
Starsky: I said drop the stick.
Hutch: You're gonna point a gun at me? Okay, fine, have it your way. If it's so important knock yourself out. What are you gonna solve anyway?
Starsky: A murder. I'm gonna solve a murder.

Hutch: Look at all these cops. You really want to eat here?
Starsky: It's a great place. Pop's? Come on. If you're one of the cops you eat at Pop's.

Hutch: What do you hear on the street these days, Huggy?
Huggy Bear: Dig this. A little bird tells me there's gonna be a big coke deal in Bay City. One for the Guinness books. So they say.
Starsky: Interesting. Who would this little bird be?
Huggy Bear: Look man. I lay it out for y'all to play it out.
Starsky: All right. What does that mean?
Hutch: Don't worry about it.

Big Earl: [Starsky tries to bribe Big Earl] I'll tell you what, I do like your blonde friend here. Let me see your belly button.
Hutch: No. Let's go.
[hangs up the phone]
Starsky: Hold on a second. The guy's obviously a freak. Just show him a little skin. Show him your stomach. Nobody's here.
Big Earl: Are we cool?
Starsky: Yes, we're cool.
Big Earl: [Hutch shows his stomach] Oh, eureka. God, that's nice. It's like a little bowl of oatmeal with a hole in it. I got one too. I just got a little more brown sugar on mine.

Starsky: Hey, Hutch, I beat that guy. What was that about?
Hutch: Sure you did. You won.
Starsky: You saw.
Hutch: You won. You danced your heart out.
Starsky: And everybody saw it.
Hutch: Shhh. Go to sleep.
Starsky: I was robbed.
Hutch: I know. Go to sleep. Go to sleep, tiny dancer.

Hutch: What else can you tell me about the guys that hired you?
Chau: Not much. Couple of whiteys. Nice suits. They pay. I do job.
Hutch: What'd they look like?
Chau: I don't know. They're white. All you guys look alike to me.
Hutch: That's funny. All you guys look alike to us.

Huggy Bear: Look here, Hutch, you gon' have to lay up off this juice. You done had too much to drink.
Hutch: Come on! I feel like a million bucks. I'm just laughing, having a good time.
Huggy Bear: Look man, it ain't even funny no more. There used to be a time around here when you peed on the wall, you did it outside.
Hutch: Lighten up! It's Friday night. Okay, it's a bar.
Huggy Bear: Hutch, it's Wednesday afternoon man. Snap out of it.

Waitress: Hi, can I get you two a drink?
Starsky: You sure can sweetheart. Johnnie Red neat, ok, do it, Do It.
Waitress: Alright, and you?
Hutch: Do it, Bacardi and cola, do it, do it.
Waitress: Ok? I'll be right back.
Starsky: What are you doing?
Hutch: What?
Starsky: What was that? You just stole my voice.
Hutch: No, I didn't.
Starsky: Yes, you did. You got to come up with your own voice, ok, that's my thing.
Hutch: What am I supposed to do? I don't have a great cool little voice like you do.
Starsky: You come up with your own character. That's why you're the Texas oil tycoon guy...

Hutch: We owe you one Huggy.
Huggy Bear: No, you're gonna owe me more than one, man.
Hutch: Well, let's slow down with the score keeping, I may have to start remembering some of the things I've overlooked in the past and mention them to my partner. How'd that be?

Kevin: Tonight's second winner: Number 1-1-7.
Monix: Right on! Yeah!
Hutch: Yee-ha! Whoo! Yes! Thank you very much.
Starsky: Sit now. Do it.
[Huffs]
Starsky: Do it!
Hutch: The big man has just hit the mother lode! Old Shakes McGinty did it! Yes! Unbelievable!
Starsky: [as Finkle] This is incredible.
Hutch: I'm a rich man, and I'm gonna kiss you!

Starsky: Seriously, do it. Do it. Do it.
Reese Feldman: Listen, jackass. You either give me a ticket, or get the hell off this stage, you dig that?
[Starsky point his gun to Reese]
Reese Feldman: Whoa, whoa, whoa, guys.
Starsky: Pop the trunk, Candyman.
Hutch: You heard him. Pop it!
Captain Doby: What the hell are you two doing?
Starsky: Pop IT!

Hutch: [pointing at Starsky] I like your style.
David Starsky: [pointing at Hutch] I like your moves.

Starsky: Wrong answer, Big Earl.
Bartender: Big Earl? I'm not Big Earl, I'm Jeff.
Hutch: Yeah, sure, no-one's who they say they are.
Bartender: Seriously. Think about it, I'm not even big.
Hutch: Yeah, he's got a point.
Starsky: Maybe it's one of those ironic names like Tiny over in vice. He's like eight feet tall and everyone calls him Tiny.
Hutch: Except this guy's kind of normal size, he'd have to be a lot smaller for a name like Big Earl to be ironic.
Starsky: You don't have to be a midget, how tall are you?
Bartender: I don't know, 5'9"?
Starsky: Well that is kind of?
Hutch: It's borderline, it's average.

Hutch: I've always had this theory about police work. If you can't beat 'em? join 'em! Besides, a lot of cops worry about the wrong thing - crime. Not me though. I'm looking out for numero uno.

Hutch: Hey, there he is.
Willis: How's life at the clink treating you?
Hutch: Not great. I got this new tight-assed partner they stuck me with, but hopefully it won't last too long.
Willis: So, you got that $20 you owe me?
Hutch: 20? Willis, I thought it was 5!
Willis: Hutch, that was my grandmother's birthday money.
Hutch: Come on, ease up, I just told you things aren't going great for me down at the precinct, you know, just back off a little. Can I get it to you on Thursday?
Willis: No later than Thursday.
Hutch: No later than Thursday.

Hutch: Willis, I'd like you to meet my new partner, David Starsky.
Starsky: Hi Willis.
Willis: [to Hutch] Is this the dickweed you were telling me about?
Hutch: Just shake his hand.

Hutch: [drunk in Huggy's bar, talking to another customer] Ruin me! He didn't care if he got ruined, that was the whole point of the episode.

Hutch: Hey Reese, this is a nice boat, is it yours?
Reese Feldman: Actually, that's a yacht.
Hutch: Oh, I'm sorry, a yacht.
Starsky: Hutch, can we please focus on the investigation?

Hutch: [Reading Starsky's report on him] "cavorting with nefarious characters". "conduct unbecoming an officer".
Starsky: Come on. I wrote that thing two weeks ago, things are totally cool with us now.
Hutch: Did you go through my locker?
Starsky: No.
Hutch: You went through my locker.
Starsky: I mean, I may have looked through it while it was open but...
Hutch: If you've got a problem with someone you tell it to their face, you come to them as a man. You don't go behind their back, write a thesis and try to get transferred to another precinct.

Captain Doby: I believe you two know each other?
Starsky: Yeah, a little bit.
Hutch: How you doing?
Starsky: All right.

Starsky: It's 10 o'clock, you're late; I've been here since 8.
Hutch: 8 o'clock? I didn't even know this place opened at 8.
Starsky: Well, don't sweat it, 'cause ya know what? Crime called in sick, it's gonna get a late start too.
Hutch: Crime called in sick, I like that...

[Starsky and Hutch are in the Captain's office]
Captain Doby: You've robbed 7 bookies over the past 6 months. You haven't filed a report, turned in any money; you haven't even arrested anybody.
Hutch: How can I arrest them? They'll know I'm a cop.
Starsky: Oh, I wouldn't worry. I don't think you're in any danger for being mistaken for a real cop.
Hutch: Oh really? Hey, why don't you do me a favor and go get yourself another perm and let the grown-ups talk.
Starsky: For your information, my hair is naturally curly.
Hutch: No it's not.
Starsky: Yes it is.
Hutch: That's a perm job all the way.
Starsky: TOUCH IT.
[Hutch touches Starsky's hair]
Captain Doby: Hey. Why are you touching him? Jesus. You know something? You two deserve each other. Make nice. You two are partners.

Hutch: [ducking] That ain't a kid, it's a tiny little man... And he's got knives. Goddamn.

[Huggy is trying to convince Hutch to forgive Starsky]
Huggy Bear: Dig this man. Someone once said: "To err is human, to forgive divine."
Hutch: Tch. What idiot said that?
Huggy Bear: I believe that was God - the greatest mack of all.

[last lines]
David Starsky: I'm just gonna take it slow for a while, get the feel of it.
Ken Hutchinson: No, no, that's smart. Do that.
[Starsky accelerates]
Ken Hutchinson: Starsky.
David Starsky: Hang on.
Ken Hutchinson: No. No.
David Starsky: Hang on. Woo.

[undercover as bikers]
Hutch: Hey, how you doing? I'm Kansas and this is my little man, Toto.
[points to Starsky]

Hutch: Are you crying?
Starsky: Hmm?
Hutch: Are you crying?
Starsky: [hesitating] Am I crying? I'm not crying. *You* are.
Hutch: It's okay to cry. People cry.
Starsky: [still hesitating] Well, I'm not like many people. I'm not a crier, I don't cry, I work out. I have a job, I have hobbies...

Hutch: Go to sleep tiny dancer.

Starsky: [Feldman has a gun pointed at Hutch] Your nuts are mine Feldman, your nuts are mine.
Hutch: No they're not.
[to Feldman]
Hutch: Your nuts are yours, your nuts are yours.

Starsky: Body of a caucasian male, apparently jumped from the Bay Street Bridge...
Hutch: Well, actually there's no sign of impact so he was probably just dumped out at sea.
Starsky: Would you please not talk while I'm recording?

Hutch: BACKSTABBER! Yeah, don't ever work with David Starsky. He'll STABB YOU AT THE BACK!

Starsky: Hutch, let's roll.
Original Hutch: [to Hutch] I think he means you.


"Starsky and Hutch: Death Ride (#1.3)" (1975)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You're worried.
Det. Dave Starsky: Yeah.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Relax.
Det. Dave Starsky: I'd rather worry.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Me, too. So, who do we trust, huh?
Det. Dave Starsky: Like always, me and thee.

Det. Dave Starsky: [after Hutch trades Starky's $360 watch for a cab, then trades the cab for a van] So who drives?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: It's your watch.

Det. Dave Starsky: [about the gunmen] What're they doing?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Oh, talking.
Det. Dave Starsky: What about?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: The weather.

Huggy Bear: They asked what the name was of the biggest money making horse in history.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: What'd you say?
Huggy Bear: ...Marie Antoinette.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You said Marie Antoinette was the biggest money making horse in history?
Huggy Bear: I guess it didn't sound to me like they said 'horse'.


"Starsky and Hutch: Pilot (#1.0)" (1975)
Det. Dave Starsky: You still seeing whatshername?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Sure. Still seeing whatshername. Took her to the whatchamacallit. Gave her my thingamajig.
Det. Dave Starsky: I didn't know it was that serious.

Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: There's something you oughtta know about Starsky and me. We're not like most partners. Y'know, usually there's the one guy who's kinda folksy. Kind that wants the best for everybody. The Pat O'Brien kind of guy. And then there's the other guy, the rough 'em up, hardnosed kind of guy. Well, that doesn't work for Starsky and me. See, we're both hardnosed, Rollie. And we don't like it when people don't give us everything we want.

Det. Dave Starsky: Who are we supposed to report this too? I mean, who in the Hell are we supposed to trust?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: The same people we always trust. Us.


"Starsky and Hutch: Omaha Tiger (#1.18)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [Explaining pro wrestling to Starsky] Now, see, what happens is you get some Idaho potato picker in here, you give him a funny name and a fancy pair of tights and a bottle of ketchup.

Huggy Bear: Welcome to Rodent Downs, gentlemen. Just a friendly game of chance amongst friends.
Det. Dave Starsky: Mouse racing?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I don't believe it.
Huggy Bear: Well, you ever try to get ten horses in a basement?

Det. Dave Starsky: [Upon discovering a dead body in a shower stall] Tell me he slipped on a bar of soap.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: He slipped on a bar of soap.
Det. Dave Starsky: I don't believe it.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Neither do I.


"Starsky and Hutch: Silence (#1.17)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Hey, Starsk, do you think Pat O'Brien will ever forgive us?

Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You ever see a fat lion, huh?
Det. Dave Starsky: Come to think about it, I've never seen a thin hippopotamus.


"Starsky and Hutch: Shootout (#1.14)" (1975)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Sure your arm's gonna be all right?
Det. Dave Starsky: Couldn't be better. I told ya, Gene Autry gets it there all the time.

Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You know something? You look terrible.
Det. Dave Starsky: Hey, don't let me fool you; I played Camille in high school.


"Starsky and Hutch: Gillian (#2.5)" (1976)
Det. Dave Starsky: Never did see them. Did you? I thought you got hit back there. What happened? You're shaking.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I'm scared, Starsk. I'm scared.
Det. Dave Starsky: Yeah. Me too. Every time I pull this thing.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: No, that's not what I'm talking about. I froze. For the first time I got to thinking I could have gotten you killed.
Det. Dave Starsky: No way. You see the way they took off.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Yeah, but if they hadn't! I didn't move up the way you did. I didn't cover you. I didn't work the way we work.
Det. Dave Starsky: Forget it! Your mind was elsewhere. Come on.

Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: What did you say? The only girls who work for Grossman are hookers. Are you trying to tell me that Gillian is a hooker? Is that what you're trying to tell me, buddy? Friend? That my girl is a hooker? A prostitute?


"Starsky and Hutch: Little Girl Lost (#2.13)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Nope.
Det. Dave Starsky: Come on, you can tell me. It's only a couple of days before Christmas.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: There's nothing to tell, Starsk. Nothing to tell.
Det. Dave Starsky: You really want me to believe you got me nothing for Christmas?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I didn't. Hey, look, it's nothing personal. It's just that this year for the first time, I decided I was not gonna get caught up in that phony wave of euphoric sentimentalism orchestrated by the clanging of cash registers.
Det. Dave Starsky: Euphoric sentimentalism?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: That's right. It's the principle of the thing. You know, I get so sick and tired of people walking up to me, people I don't even know and wishing me a Merry Christmas. Don't you?
Det. Dave Starsky: No.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Well, they don't mean it. I mean, 51 weeks out of the year, they'd rather take your head off or run you down with their cars and then suddenly one week before Christmas everybody gets caught up in that phony wave of...
Det. Dave Starsky: Euphoric sentimentalism.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: That's right. Well, not this kid. No, sir, not me. I'm not gonna be any pinup boy for the Better Business Bureau.
Det. Dave Starsky: A sweater! You got me a sweater. The one I saw...
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Starsky, I did not get you a sweater.
Det. Dave Starsky: Oh.

Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: All right, what's your name?
Det. Dave Starsky: Hey, you play ball? Me too.
Molly Edwards: Now, what's that? Your Barnaby Jones act? Don't try to con me, turkey.


"Starsky and Hutch: Lady Blue (#1.10)" (1975)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [Looking out the window of his home] Hey, Starsk, you see that sunset?
Det. Dave Starsky: [Laying on the couch] Nah, that's okay.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You really oughtta take a look at it.
Det. Dave Starsky: Why? It happens every night.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: It's beautiful! Every color of the spectrum, constantly changing. Blue, gold, red, purple...
Det. Dave Starsky: You been keepin' Reader's Digest in the john again? 'Ways to More Colorful Speech'?


"Starsky and Hutch: Snowstorm (#1.4)" (1975)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [In response to Starsky's badgering him to buy a new car] You just want me to drive around in a striped tomato like you got.
Det. Dave Starsky: [Stunned] My car's a striped what?


"Starsky and Hutch: Discomania (#4.1)" (1978)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Yeah Dave, meet Liz Thorpe, sergeant third class.


"Starsky and Hutch: The Hostages (#1.15)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [after Starsky weaved through traffic, driving the wrong way on a one way street] You didn't see the arrow, huh?
Det. Dave Starsky: I didn't even see the Indians.


"Starsky and Hutch: Iron Mike (#2.12)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: We've got something that Ferguson doesn't have... Each other... You lucky devil!


"Starsky and Hutch: Long Walk Down a Short Dirt Road (#2.23)" (1977)
Barroom Brawler: You lousy cops! What right you got hangin' around Sue Ann?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Mess with the lady again, friend, and you'll find out!
Det. Dave Starsky: Hey, that's terrific. You sound just like Dirty Harry.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Dirty who?
Det. Dave Starsky: Harry. Cop up in San Francisco.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Oh.


"Starsky and Hutch: A Coffin for Starsky (#1.21)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Thanks buddy... but what'd you have to do that for? He was the only guy that knew.
Det. Dave Starsky: [hardly breathing] Seemed to be a good idea at the time.


"Starsky and Hutch: The Deadly Imposter (#1.13)" (1975)
Det. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson: We don't get paid extra to kill people either.


"Starsky and Hutch: Losing Streak (#1.16)" (1976)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I didn't know Little Orphan Annie was still around.
Det. Dave Starsky: Yeah. She's developin'.


"Starsky and Hutch: Terror on the Docks (#1.12)" (1975)
Ezra Beam: [Showing off his gaudy "church," filled with faux-pagan decor] Well, how do you like the way I converted the old pad?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Yeah, it's, uh, real nice. Gotta lot of class, Ezra. Who's your decorator - Vincent Price?


"Starsky and Hutch: Satan's Witches (#3.16)" (1978)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [to Starsky, after encounter with Satanic cultists] You suppose this has ever happened to John Denver?


"Starsky and Hutch: Pariah (#1.7)" (1975)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [Entering his kitchen, where Starsky is sitting on the counter and eating] That's a great breakfast. Root beer and cold pizza.
Det. Dave Starsky: It's the all-American breakfast. Just for the autopsy record, what's that you mash up in there every morning?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: [Pouring and sprinkling items into a blender] Goat's milk, a little blackstrap molasses, sea kelp, lecithin, a little desiccated liver; of course, a good sprinkle of it has trace elements and vitamins.
Det. Dave Starsky: Of course.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Y'know, Starsky, you oughta get into something like this. Make a new man outta ya.


"Starsky and Hutch: Death in a Different Place (#3.5)" (1977)
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: ...75% of the time we spend together and you're not even a good kisser.
Det. Dave Starsky: How do you know that?


"Starsky and Hutch: The Action (#3.12)" (1978)
Capt. Harold Dobey: [on the $1000 voucher for flash money at the crooked craps game] Here's your voucher for one thousand. Try not to lose it all.
Det. Dave Starsky: Lose it?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Captain, you're looking at a couple of aces in a world full of jokers.


"Starsky and Hutch: The Psychic (#2.15)" (1977)
[first lines]
Starsky: Where's he going?
Hutch: If you ever catch him you can ask him.
Starsky: If I ever catch him I won't have to ask him.