The Equalizer: Season 2, Episode 12

High Performance (7 Jan. 1987)

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A female construction worker while on the job thinks she saw a murder. She then calls McCall to help prove she wasn't seeing things. So he goes to where she saw it to check it out. Problem ... See full summary »

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Sally Stevens
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Doris Belack ...
Dorian
Charles Cioffi ...
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Ed Zang ...
Concierge
Crofton Hardester ...
Earl Pike
Michael LaGuardia ...
Charlie Mapes
Rusty Riegelman ...
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Sean O'Phelan ...
Pete Komanski
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A female construction worker while on the job thinks she saw a murder. She then calls McCall to help prove she wasn't seeing things. So he goes to where she saw it to check it out. Problem is that it's the skeletal structure of a building under construction and it's on a high level and he has a fear of heights. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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At the beginning, Lieutenant Kramer points his loaded revolver with his finger on the trigger at the witness Sally Stevens without the intention to shoot her. Such disregard for gun safety is highly unlikely for a trained police officer. See more »

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Sally Stevens: I can't say much for the decor.
Mickey Kostmayer: Yeah, but check out the view!
Robert McCall: Do we have to?
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