Hill Street Blues: Season 6, Episode 1

Blues in the Night (26 Sep. 1985)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama
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Goldblume is held hostage by the leader of a radical group. Belker gets some bad news while working undercover. Renko is given a backstage pass to see his favorite singer. Renko and LaRue bet on who can make it to work faster.

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Lt. Howard Hunter (as James B. Sikking)
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Goldblume is held hostage by the leader of a radical group. Belker gets some bad news while working undercover. Renko is given a backstage pass to see his favorite singer. Renko and LaRue bet on who can make it to work faster.

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Det. Henry Goldblume: [strapped with dynamite] I have a selfish interest in this, I don't want to get blown up.
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References Charlie's Angels (1976) See more »

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Ring Of Fire
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Written by Johnny Cash (uncredited)
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