Lou's K-9 partner is killed while he was trying to protect him. Lou announces that he is leaving K-9, but pursues the man who killed his dog. Meanwhile, Maggie is arrested after arguing with a meter maid about a broken parking meter.

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Jesse Collins ...
Rudolph Von Holstein III ...
Rudy / Rinty (as Rin Tin Tin)
Cali Timmins ...
Maggie Davenport
Andrew Bednarski ...
Stevie Katts
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Denis Akiyama ...
Corrine Koslo ...
Officer Connie Boothe
Ann-Marie MacDonald ...
Dr. Jane Quinn
Michael Quinsey
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Kenner Ames ...
Sal Carmichael
Ellen Maguire ...
Meter Maid
Tom Melissis ...
2nd Robber
Weston McMillan ...
Mr. Carmichael
Maruska Stankova ...
Mrs. Carmichael
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Lou's K-9 partner is killed while he was trying to protect him. Lou announces that he is leaving K-9, but pursues the man who killed his dog. Meanwhile, Maggie is arrested after arguing with a meter maid about a broken parking meter.

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Hank obviously can't cook in this episode. In later episodes (especially Season 2 and beyond), Hank's an excellent cook. See more »

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Hank Katts: Why are you doing this to me?
Maggie Davenport: To you? Who is the injured party here?
Hank Katts: I'm just trying to help.
Maggie Davenport: Well, I don't need your help.
[turns to leave, then turns back]
Maggie Davenport: Hank... Take care of Stevie.
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Hank and Stevie
18 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first one that I've seen that Hank and Stevie show the forming bond (I haven't seen Catered Affair). I like the way Hank takes responsibility with Stevie and forces him to talk through his feelings. I also like Hank's relationship with Maggie. He takes care of her too. I must admit that I"m a little surprised Stevie has a job at a supermarket, seeing as how he's only 12 years old. But then, maybe things were different in Canada and in the late '80's...

I think the breakfast scene is funny, mainly because in later seasons, Hank is actually a good cook. Maybe he realized his hidden talent through his mishaps in the first season...

As far as Lou's story line goes, I wasn't too impressed with it - I don't know what it was...

But I'll still have to give this show a 10, because I love the Maggie/Stevie/Hank dialog in this one!


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