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Det. Joe Hill (Character)
from "White Collar Blue" (2002)

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Alternate Names:
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill

Filmography

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  1. "White Collar Blue"
        - Episode #2.22 (2003) TV episode, Played by Peter O'Brien
        - Episode #2.21 (2003) TV episode, Played by Peter O'Brien
        - Episode #2.20 (2003) TV episode, Played by Peter O'Brien
        - Episode #2.19 (2003) TV episode, Played by Peter O'Brien
        - Episode #2.18 (2003) TV episode, Played by Peter O'Brien
          (39 more)
  2. White Collar Blue (2002) (TV) Played by Peter O'Brien (as Det. Sgt. Joe Hill)

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From White Collar Blue (2002) (TV)
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: [trying to argue her way out of going on a trip to a tropical island for a prisonner exchange] I've go to have dinner with my mother tonight, Joe.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Tongan, or dinner with the Fuhrer? Pretty hard choice, isn't it, Harriet? Come on, we're going away to a tropical paradise!
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: It's not going to be a tropical paradise, Joe, you know what those islands are like.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Yeah, sandy beaches.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: Cyclones.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Moonlit lagoons.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: Military coos.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Cocktails by the pool.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: What if our flight is cancelled and we can't get back?
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Cyclones? Military coos? Cancelled flights? You're coming up with some pretty flimsy excuses why you don't want to go away. Is it the company?
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