Rick Hunter is a renegade cop who breaks the rules and takes justice into his own hands. Partnered with the equally stunning and rebellious Sgt. McCall, the tough-minded duo set out to crack down on L.A.'s slimiest criminals.
Three vietnam veterans (Nick Ryder, Cody Allen and Murray Bozinsky) now work as private eyes in sunny southern California. Nick and Cody are the muscles and Murray is a computer wizard of ... See full summary »
In the tradition of other cop shows like "Miami Vice" and "Car 54, Where Are You?", this series is no exception. The viewer follows the exploits of T.J. Hooker and Vince Romano as police officers, as they track criminals and enforce the law. Written by
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The second series in which a character portrayed by William Shatner has a first and middle name with some combination of the letters "J" and "T". In this series, his initials "T.J." stand for Thomas Jefferson. In his best known role as Captain Kirk in "Star Trek", his character's first and middle name is James Tiberius, again using the "J" and "T" initials. See more »
The exterior shots of Hooker and Romano's patrol car almost never match the background processing plates used for the shots of the car interior. For instance, if the exterior shots show them driving through a business district, the interior shots will show them driving through a residential area and vice versa. See more »
So what is RavenGlamDVDCollector@gmail.com doing reviewing a screeching tyres cops & robbers show? The answer in two words: HEATHER LOCKLEAR. Enough said.
The show ain't half-bad, and I'm surprised to see only fourteen other reviews here. Many boys of the Eighties grew up with this one, and you'd expect boys of all ages to go for it on DVD now, either for the abundant car chases or the pretty girl guest stars, but it is clearly not a popular seller as only that first box set was released featuring seasons 1 & 2. Now I cannot argue with this commercial failure then. How sad. What traitors these little boys grew up to be, no pride in America, off with rap music and smoking dope. I'm a poor abandoned American-at-heart living in forsaken South Africa, but I have the sense to know that THIS IS AN ICON OF EIGHTIES USA even without my being partial to Heather. Who, by the way, looks, and fares, boatloads better in MELROSE PLACE. But I've been looking for this one for years, and I've always wanted to see the episode with Stacey's dancing scene, and that's clearly in Season Three. I've downloaded what I could from VuClip, but that's just snippets, although one included the dancing scene. So I'd buy the remaining seasons in a heartbeat if they became available. Wish I had an e-mail address for the copyright-holding releasing company.
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