The squad guards a department store payroll. A flasher attempts suicide in the bathroom.

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Elizabeth Miller (credit only)
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Lyle W. Farber
Reid Cruickshanks ...
Bellevue Attendant #1 (as Reid Cruikshanks)
Richard Stahl ...
Gross - Accountant from Siegel's
Paul Lichtman ...
Charlie - Bellevue Attendant with Oxygen
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Stick-Up Man (as Jeff Kramer)
Ted Noose ...
Pete
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The squad guards a department store payroll. A flasher attempts suicide in the bathroom.

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6 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Det. Ron Harris: [talking on the phone] Hey, Engine Room, what's the matter with you guys? Turn the heat down! The humidity's murder up here! We can't even get the stamps to stick to the envelopes.
Det. Sgt. Nick Yemana: Wish I could say the same for my shorts.
Det. Ron Harris: [mocking Yemana's voice] Very well put.
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Starting to gain an identity
15 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just watching all of these episodes for the first time. Started earlier in the day and am curious how a show that was nominated for 29 Emmys does not get the same attention that some of the other 'classics' do.

Three episodes in I can see an outline starting to form. This is now two episodes in a row where there has been one A and one B story working alongside each other. The dead of winter trench-coat flasher is a funny antagonist, and the officers having to keep money overnight because of an armored car driver strike makes the audience start to feel what it's like to be a cop in New York City. There are some good foundations being established here, and I am interested to see how it continues to develop.

One pattern I have noticed early on is this is now the 2nd episode shot entirely in the squad room. I wouldn't think that would be interesting television, but good writers have been able to pull it off so far.

Rating: 26/40


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