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Officer J.D. LaRue (Character)
from "Hill Street Blues" (1981)

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John "J.D." LaRue may be the Hill's best and worst cop... See more »
Alternate Names:
Det. J.D. LaRue / Officer John 'J.D.' LaRue / Officer John LaRue


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  1. "Hill Street Blues"
        - It Ain't Over Till It's Over (1987) TV episode, Played by Kiel Martin
        - A Pound of Flesh (1987) TV episode, Played by Kiel Martin
        - The Runner Falls on His Kisser (1987) TV episode, Played by Kiel Martin
        - Days of Swine and Roses (1987) TV episode, Played by Kiel Martin
        - Dogsbreath Afternoon (1987) TV episode, Played by Kiel Martin
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From "Hill Street Blues: Amazing Grace (#7.7)" (1986)
Sgt. Howard Hunter: Item six, a memo from division: since the new copy machines have been installed, printing costs from all precincts have risen over 300 per cent. Starting noon today, the copier will accept only those documents that have been stamped with a police identification code.
[rumbling from the cops in attendance]
Sgt. Howard Hunter: Further more, the department will absorb the cost of four, and only four, reprints. Any number over four, and it's your nickle.
Officer J.D. LaRue: Hey sarge, sergeant, are you aware that the D.A.'s office is asking for five copies of all arrest reports?
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