Cagney & Lacey: Season 2, Episode 10

Recreational Use (27 Dec. 1982)

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Cagney becomes involved with a fellow detective who uses cocaine and must make a difficult decision whether to let it go or turn him in.

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Cagney becomes involved with a fellow detective who uses cocaine and must make a difficult decision whether to let it go or turn him in.

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