Goldblume does his best to maintain order after angry old man Mr. Popovich shoots a local boy dead and barricades himself in his home. Belker demands that Furillo pull the gung-go Virgil Brooks from his current assignment before Jesse John Hudson discovers that he's really an undercover cop. Written by
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Watching Fay Furillo leave, passing Joyce Davenport on her way into the station, Mac says: "So the women come and go/speaking of Michelangelo". This is a slight misquote of lines from 'T. S. Eliot''s "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock": "In the room the women come and go/Talking of Michelangelo." See more
Lt. Howard Hunter
Doggone it, Phil, I have proven myself a first rate nimrod from Dartmouth to Da Nang. And I'll be damned if I'll be crucified for one wet squib!