Furillo is furious when his separation from Joyce is mentioned in a newspaper article involving a death row client of hers, Celestine Gray. Stan Jablonski takes over roll call duties from ... See full summary »

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Furillo is furious when his separation from Joyce is mentioned in a newspaper article involving a death row client of hers, Celestine Gray. Stan Jablonski takes over roll call duties from Bates, who returns to patrol with Coffey. Fay takes up a permanent spot in the precinct working for the Victim's Aid pilot program. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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27 September 1984 (USA)  »

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Joyce Davenport: I'm told they give you valium here.
Celestine Grey: Yeah, what, ten milligrams? Ten milligrams I couldn't get my thumb to sleep if I was sitting on it!
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