Furillo risks a backlash after voting one of his peers guilty of improperly managing his precinct. Washington and LaRue both apply for same position outside the precinct. Belker and Goldblume go undercover as ice cream men.

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Furillo risks a backlash after voting one of his peers guilty of improperly managing his precinct. Washington and LaRue both apply for same position outside the precinct. Belker and Goldblume go undercover as ice cream men.

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7 October 1982 (USA)  »

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Sgt. Mick Belker: Miss Davenport, you're as far from a dirtbag as they come.
Joyce Davenport: Thank you.
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Sturdy episode
16 April 2015 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Furillo (the always superb Daniel J. Travanti) finds fellow police captain Lou Hogan (an excellent performance by Robert Hogan) guilty of gross incompetence and negligence when it comes to running his precinct correctly. LaRue (Kiel Martin in fine smarmy form) and Washington (smoothly played by Taureen Blacque) apply for the same position outside of the precinct. Goldblume (a solid Joe Spano) and Belker (a pleasingly scruffy Bruce Weitz) work undercover as ice cream vendors. Furillo's moral dilemma with Hogan's ineptitude gives this episode considerable substance as the central story explores the necessity for a police captain to be on top of everything that happens in his station. Moreover, Hogan gets a remarkable scene in which he takes his fellow police captains to task for hanging him out to dry at a roast for Chief Daniels (Jon Cypher). Hunter (a deliciously droll James Sikking) has a hilarious altercation with a greasy spoon waitress and there's some really funny business concerning a cow trapped on the fifth floor of an apartment building. Larry B. Scott contributes a stellar guest turn as an underage robber who has a tense stand-off with Goldblume. And the closing line for this episode is a real shocker.


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