Booker (1989–1990)
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Dennis Booker is hired by the Teshima Corporation to run their internal investigation division. While there he meets Elaine, who believes she has just sent an innocent man to prison while ... See full summary »

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Dennis Booker
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Alicia Rudd
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Elaine Grazzo
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Chick Sterling
Billy Kane ...
Willie Seaton
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Kelly
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Ivy Seaton
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Dehavelen Smith
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Bob Hugg
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Doug Penhall
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Fuller
Corinne Wahl ...
Carla Rosen
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Bill McKenna
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Judge Alvarez
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Thomas Brill
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Dennis Booker is hired by the Teshima Corporation to run their internal investigation division. While there he meets Elaine, who believes she has just sent an innocent man to prison while serving jury duty. Booker agrees to help her investigate the circumstances. Written by page8701

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24 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Great Start
19 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

I always liked 21 Jump Street, and so, of course, I decided to watch the Spin-off, Booker, as well.

Don't know where all the hate comes from. The starting episode is just great, we have a guest appearances from Peter DeLuise (Doug Penhall) and Steven Williams (Captain Fuller) to support the show. And we get to know the new cast, an interesting one, especially Carmen Argenziano as a typical 80s Boss named Chick Sterling (oh, what a name!) and Katie Rich as the cute Elaine Grazzo.

Also, the first case Booker as to handle was fun to watch. I like the start of this show! 9/10 !


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