Renko is having second thoughts on his wedding day. He and Bobby are assigned to take out a car equipped with a computer, and they lose the car. Coffey places a bet on a horse race because ... See full summary »

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Renko is having second thoughts on his wedding day. He and Bobby are assigned to take out a car equipped with a computer, and they lose the car. Coffey places a bet on a horse race because the officers haven't collected enough money for Renko's wedding present. Garabaldi persuades Goldblume to try a video dating service with him. The bookies busted by Belker high jack their prison bus and demand Belker be handed over to them in exchange for their hostages. This occurs when Ballantine is filling in for Hunter as leader of the EAT squad. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Strong closer for the fourth season
12 May 2016 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Renko (a lively and engaging performance by Charles Haid) has second thoughts about getting married. The bookies that Belker (Bruce Weitz growling it up with his trademark scruffy aplomb) busted hijack a prison-bound bus. Garibaldi (a nicely smarmy Ken Olin) persuades Goldblume (a sturdy Joe Spano) to try a video dating service. Coffey (likable Ed Marinaro) puts a bet on a race horse to raise enough money for Renko's wedding present.

Fay (a touching turn by Barbara Bosson) has a sweet scene in which she informs Furillo (the always outstanding Daniel J. Travanti) that she still cares about him. The hijacked bus situation generates plenty of tension and gets realistically messy, with quite a few shocking casualties (the hijackers even kill one of their own crew!). Moreover, it's a treat to see Martinez (played with swaggering gusto by Trinidad Silva) prove his prowess as a peacemaker as he does his best to resolve the gang war ordeal in a practical and nonviolent manner. Hunter (an excellent James Sikking) has a moving monologue about the death of his horse. In addition, there are bang-up guest contributions from Robert Costanzo as the fearsome Franco, Joe Santos as Franco's equally fierce partner Lestarza, Don Calfa as twitchy snitch Foreman, and Susan Kellerman as sultry, yet imposing dominatrix Eva.


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