A Chicago cop (Pare) is sent to Houston after getting involved in an incident that catches the ire of the mob, where he is teamed with a native (Beck). And from the beginning the two of them don't get along.

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A Chicago cop (Pare) is sent to Houston after getting involved in an incident that catches the ire of the mob, where he is teamed with a native (Beck). And from the beginning the two of them don't get along.

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11 March 1987 (USA)  »

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The car explosion scene at the end of the pilot episode of this series was filmed in an airfield in Pearland, Texas, much to the surprise of several Pearland residents. It was filmed around midnight and the explosion was heard for quite some distance. The remains of the car were left on the property for a week or two before being towed away, offering Pearland residents and other passersby a look at it as it sat in full view of Interstate 35 which runs through the center of town. This was at least the second time Pearland was used as a location for filming a movie or television show, following Urban Cowboy and preceding Arlington Road. See more »

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Follows Houston Knights (1987) See more »

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I love this series!
31 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoy the episodes of Houston Knights. while some of the writing may lead through some predictable story lines, the acting is great. I really enjoy the chemistry between the stars and MB's portrayal of L.L is wonderful with that dry sense of humor and irony that is NEVER lost on MP's Joey LF--they play so well off each other, I can make allowances for some of the writing. I also really liked it when they added the Mexican cop, Esteban G., he brought a lot more to his role than the old detective did. Good change over. I love the complexity of the character development with these two lead actors. I re-watch them whenever I can.


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