Officer Heagan's disciplinary hearing over the gay beating takes place and Roussakoff has to testify against him. Even so with Officer Pittorino now changing his testimony, it looks like he... See full summary »

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Patrol Sgt. Francis X. Donovan
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Off. Phil Roussakoff
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Sgt. Richard Santoro
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Capt. Stan Jonas (as James B. Sikking)
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Off. Anne-Marie Kersey
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Off. Jake Lowery
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Off. Nona Valentine
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Off. Clement Johnson
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Off. Hector Villanueva
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Off. Jimmy Doyle
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Officer Anthony Fiano
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Officer Matt Heagan
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Officer Christine Bannon
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IAB Lt. Gordon Denton
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Officer Tom Pittorino
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Officer Heagan's disciplinary hearing over the gay beating takes place and Roussakoff has to testify against him. Even so with Officer Pittorino now changing his testimony, it looks like he could go free. Meanwhile, Officer Anthony Fiano shoots and kills an armed robber while in a gay bar. When he comes in, he is questioned by Detective Hayes and I.A.B. Lieutenant Gordon Denton (Donovan's new contact and handler) who seem determined to take Fiano down, or at least get him to admit that he is gay. Santoro investigates the robbery and learns the identity of Fiano and tries to get Donovan to help protect Fiano from the investigation. Doyle is teamed with the rookie Chrstine Bannon to nab a narcotics dealer and his suppliers. Also, Lowery becomes smitten with a foreign immigrant who was robbed by a purse snatcher. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama

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TV-14
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12 January 1998 (USA)  »

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