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Amazing Grace 

Ambitious city councilman Wade hassles Captain Furillo about runaway crime. The formerly promiscuous Grace Gardner has become a nun, and she wants to help make the Blues feel better. Buntz ... See full summary »

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Capt. Frank Furillo
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Officer Bobby Hill
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Sgt. Lucy Bates
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Sgt. Mick Belker
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Sgt. Stan Jablonski
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Sgt. Howard Hunter (as James B. Sikking)
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Lt. Henry Goldblume
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Det. Neal Washington
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Off. Patrick Flaherty
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Lt. Norman Buntz
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Officer Tina Russo
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Officer Andrew Renko
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Joyce Davenport
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Chief Fletcher Daniels
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Ambitious city councilman Wade hassles Captain Furillo about runaway crime. The formerly promiscuous Grace Gardner has become a nun, and she wants to help make the Blues feel better. Buntz deals undercover with some dangerous shylocks, and a delay in getting payment to them has dire consequences. Written by Gerald William Parks

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27 November 1986 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of the episode when showing the police identification code. The barcode at the bottom is for a 115 count pack of Equal. See more »

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Sgt. Howard Hunter: Item six, a memo from division: since the new copy machines have been installed, printing costs from all precincts have risen over 300 per cent. Starting noon today, the copier will accept only those documents that have been stamped with a police identification code.
[rumbling from the cops in attendance]
Sgt. Howard Hunter: Further more, the department will absorb the cost of four, and only four, reprints. Any number over four, and it's your nickle.
Officer J.D. LaRue: Hey sarge, sergeant, are you aware that the D.A.'s office is ...
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