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News breaks during Roll Call that patrolman Swan has killed himself following Buttman's rowdy initiation party. The hooker that was involved also turns up dead and Washington leans on officer Garfield to spill the beans on what happened. Calletano, Hunter and Goldblume all have their eyes on a Government study grant to be handed out by Furillo. Renko and Hill find themselves followed by a TV reporter who soon joins Hill for a dinner date. LaRue is tempted to spend another night with Caroline, who became a widow on their first night together and this time, he faces a burglar. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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25 October 1984 (USA)  »

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