Det. Henry Goldblume
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Det. Henry Goldblume (Character)
from "Hill Street Blues" (1981)

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"Hill Street Blues: Life, Death, Eternity (#1.11)" (1981)
Capt. Frank Furillo: [about the cop Belker bit] Any teeth marks?
Det. Henry Goldblume: No, looks like a clean bite.

"Hill Street Blues: Officer of the Year (#3.5)" (1982)
Det. Henry Goldblume: Don't worry, Fay. Running away from home is as American as apple pie.

"Hill Street Blues: Blues in the Night (#6.1)" (1985)
Det. Henry Goldblume: [strapped with dynamite] I have a selfish interest in this, I don't want to get blown up.

"Hill Street Blues: Requiem for a Hairbag (#3.8)" (1982)
Lt. Howard Hunter: What is it like, being a hebrew?
Det. Henry Goldblume: Well, I don't know, Howard. What's it like being a human being?

"Hill Street Blues: Film at Eleven (#1.6)" (1981)
Capt. Frank Furillo: You're being charged with the attempted homicide of two officers during the commission of a felony. You're also charged with possession of heroin at the time of arrest. We're now going to transfer you to the Michigan Avenue Complex.
Eddie Hoban: I swear to God, man, I didn't shoot anybody!
Det. Henry Goldblume: It's gonna be okay, son.
[Eddie was comfort by Henry]

"Hill Street Blues: The Second Oldest Profession (#2.4)" (1981)
Officer J.D. LaRue: [Goldblume is having marriage problems] You tried hitting her, Henry?
Det. Henry Goldblume: Great John, you're a huge help.
Officer J.D. LaRue: I know my women, Henry.
Det. Henry Goldblume: Your women?
[J.D. nods]
Det. Henry Goldblume: You haven't had a meaningful relationship with a woman since your mother quit breastfeeding you.

"Hill Street Blues: Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement (#2.13)" (1982)
Det. Henry Goldblume: [on payphone] Mick, you ever wish you could get even with your High School bully?
Sgt. Mick Belker: [on other line at police station] I did.
Det. Henry Goldblume: [smiles] Well, this is gonna be better.

"Hill Street Blues: The World According to Freedom (#2.8)" (1982)
Det. Henry Goldblume: [to Furillo after three teenage boys are arrested for a brutal barroom massacre] Where do you put your hate?