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Calletano tries to look younger by wearing a toupee. Tataglia asks Bates for advice on a possible romance with Belker. Furillo is ordered by the court to shut down the crime operation on ... See full summary »

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Calletano tries to look younger by wearing a toupee. Tataglia asks Bates for advice on a possible romance with Belker. Furillo is ordered by the court to shut down the crime operation on the streets. A case of gang members harassing a local store owner causes Goldblume to lose his temper. Written by Anonymous

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Worthy episode
6 July 2015 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Calletano (an amusing Rene Enriquez) starts wearing a toupee in an attempt to look younger. Tataglia (sweet Lisa Sutton) asks Bates (sturdy Betty Thomas) for advice on dating Belker (essayed with trademark growly gusto by Bruce Weitz). Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti, splendid as usual) is ordered by the court to shut down the crime sweep. Glodblume (a fine Joe Spano) loses his temper with a gang of thugs who are terrorizing story owner Raymond Hawkins Sr. (a terrific performance by Lincoln Kilpatrick).

The central story concerning Goldblume and the gang proves to be strong stuff as it once again demonstrates the limits of the law and culminates in a startling scene in which Goldblume hits a gang member. Moreover, it's always a hoot to see Hunter (James Sikking in delightfully flaky form) do his job in such an overzealous manner. Calletano's fear of getting older gets resolved with a lovely conversation between Calletano and Esterhaus (a wonder Michael Conrad). In addition, there's a touching moment which shows the fierce loyalty Renko (amiable Charles Haid) and Hill (solid Michael Warren) have for each other and Furillo shows some poignant vulnerability in this episode's closing exchange with Davenport (sharply played by Veronica Hamel).


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