Hunter is found, having survived 11 days in a collapsed basement. Jesus Martinez almost starts a gang war claiming his little sister was kidnapped the day before her wedding. Buntz is ... See full summary »

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Hunter is found, having survived 11 days in a collapsed basement. Jesus Martinez almost starts a gang war claiming his little sister was kidnapped the day before her wedding. Buntz is suspected of keeping and selling a kilo of cocaine for himself from the plane crash suitcase. LaRue is nearly shot in the face and afterwards, briefly thinks he's invincible. Goldblume's first short story is published and everybody in the precinct except Belker recognizes himself in one of the characters. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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5 May 1987 (USA)  »

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Jesus Martinez: [thinking the Shamrocks kidnapped his sister] You better get a priest, CUZ YOU'RE DEAD!
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La Bamba
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Arranged and Adapted by Ritchie Valens (uncredited)
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