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Furilo and Daniels clash over a crime sweep on the streets. Renko is declared a hero after rescuing children from a burning building. A woman who fears her boyfriend lashes out at Goldblume and a judge for allowing him to go free. Hill confronts a bully undercover cop who attacked Renko. Written by Anonymous

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

Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti, splendid as usual) clashes with Chief Daniels (a sublimely smarmy Jon Cypher) over a crime sweep. Renko (affable Charles Haid) saves several people from a burning apartment building. Scared Mary (a poignant portrayal by Alexandra Johnson) lashes out at both Goldblume (an excellent Joe Spano) and a judge (a marvelously cranky Philip Bruns) for setting her abusive ex-boyfriend Brady (a creepy turn by William Forsythe) free. Hill (sturdy Michael Warren) confronts bully narc Benedetto (a deliciously odious Dennis Frantz) for beating up Renko.

The storyline concerning Goldblume once again demonstrates how the law doesn't always work and culminates in a startling tragic conclusion. Moreover, one can't help but admire Renko for his courage as well as Hill for his loyalty to his partner. Hunter (James Sikking in ace flaky form) makes some hilariously politically incorrect remarks about the disadvantages of being white and handles the crime sweep with gut-busting gung-ho zeal. In addition, there's a nice guest contribution from Karen Carlson as fetching parole officer Nancy, who expresses a more than passing interest in Furillo.


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