Frank gets the local gang leaders together to lay down 'Furillo's Law' in light of the mayoral campaign. Bobby Hill wins 100,000 dollars in the Lottery's 'Rainbow Run off'. Coffey and Bates... See full summary »

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Frank gets the local gang leaders together to lay down 'Furillo's Law' in light of the mayoral campaign. Bobby Hill wins 100,000 dollars in the Lottery's 'Rainbow Run off'. Coffey and Bates interrupt a fight between two female mud wrestlers and their male spectators, leading to a double date for Joe. Belker is undercover at a fish market and gets in trouble with Deputy Chief Mahoney. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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On the money episode
15 January 2016 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti, superb as usual) gets all the gang leaders together to keep order during a mayoral campaign. Hill (a fine Michael J. Warren) win $100,000 in a lottery. Coffey (likable Ed Marinaro) and Bates (solid Betty Thomas) interrupt a fight between several guys and two lady mud wrestlers. Belker (Bruce Weitz in fine snarly form) works undercover at a fish market.

Belker's assignment serves as a prime source of gut-busting humor -- his altercation with a fussy lady over chickens is a hoot! -- while the fraught situation with the gangs provides plenty of tension, with Goldblume (an excellent Joe Spano) in particular having some strong scenes with Furillo in which he clashes with the captain on the right way to maintain peace. In a nice touch of irony, Hill's good fortune proves to be anything but that. This episode further benefits from sturdy guest turns by Trinidad Silva as the swaggering Martinez, George Coe as stubborn councilman Fisk, Panchito Gomez as the volatile hector, and Jon Cyphers as the ever-slimy Chief Daniels.


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