Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop (1988–1993)
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Boy Meets Dog 

Hank Katts has just graduated from Police Academy and is assigned to the K-9 Corps. He refuses to work there because he wants and "human partner". Later he gets a call to retrieve a dog, where he meets his new K-9 partner, Rudy/Rinty.

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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
Guy Sanvido
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Capt. Murdoch
Michael Kirby
Michael Fletcher
Wally Bolland
Garry Borris
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Hank Katts has just graduated from Police Academy and is assigned to the K-9 Corps. He refuses to work there because he wants and "human partner". Later he gets a call to retrieve a dog, where he meets his new K-9 partner, Rudy/Rinty.

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18 September 1988 (Canada)  »

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Hank's red Mustang was originally white. See more »

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Hank Katts: It's a big city... probably a whole lot bigger than Georgetown... probably a whole lot more job opportunities here. Some great schools...
[Maggie smiles]
Stevie Katts: Yes!
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Great first episode!
17 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I must admit that I don't particularly like the ignorance Hank shows when his car is stolen, but it does show how naive he is when he first starts out. I'm sure Glad he improved! I also believe that Maggie came for more than a job. I think she came because Stevie needed a male influence. He needed Rudy as much as Hank did and Rudy was always there for him when Stevie needed him. This show would not have been the same without Stevie.

I can't help but wonder if perhaps Maggie came in as a temporary role...to establish a bonding relationship between Stevie and Hank - one that would believably endure after she's gone...

The entire episode is great in establishing the character. I just love seeing the "love at first sight" look in Hank's and Rudy's eyes!


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