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Jill Danko (Character)
from "The Rookies: Pilot (#1.0)" (1972)

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  1. "The Rookies"
        - Journey to Oblivion (1976) TV episode, Played by Kate Jackson
        - Deliver Me from Innocence (1976) TV episode, Played by Kate Jackson
        - Blue Movie, Blue Death (1976) TV episode, Played by Kate Jackson
        - The Mugging (1976) TV episode, Played by Kate Jackson
        - From Out of the Darkness (1976) TV episode, Played by Kate Jackson
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From "The Rookies: A Matter of Justice (#2.7)" (1973)
Jill Danko: [rises from the bed screaming] Mike! Mike!
Officer Mike Danko: [grabs Jill, holds her tightly and strokes her hair] I'm here. I'm here. Shhhhh. It'll be okay. Easy. Easy now.
[carefully lowers Jill to the bed]
Officer Mike Danko: [Jill cries hysterically and refuses to let go]
Officer Mike Danko: [gets Jill to let go, kisses and strokes her face] Okay?
Jill Danko: I was dreaming about the baby and I saw her. We were playing and something scared her. And she started to...
[pauses to swallow and take a breath]
Jill Danko: She started to cry and she called me. I tried to help her, but someone just takes her away from me. I reached out for her and I couldn't get her. I tried, but I couldn't. I tried.
Officer Mike Danko: [strokes her hair] Shhhh. Shhhh. Shhhh. It's just a dream. That's all it is, just a dream. It'll pass.
Jill Danko: [fiddle with the snaps on Mike's jacket] Now, wouldn't it have been wonderful if we would really have been a family?
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