Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop: Season 1, Episode 3

Dogged Pursuit (1988)
"Katts and Dog" Dogged Pursuit (original title)

TV Episode  |  PG  |   |  Adventure, Crime, Family
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When a young man commits a robbery, Rudy pursues him and his girlfriend to their house and stays on them for two days. Stevie helps Maggie study for her real estate exam.


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Episode credited cast:
Jesse Collins ...
Andrew Bednarski ...
Stevie Katts
Denis Akiyama ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wally Bondarenko
Martin Donlevy
(as Justin Louis)
Susannah Hoffmann ...
Paul Horruzey
John Kozak ...
Elena Kudaba
Tim Lee
John Stocker


Lou's dog is fatally wounded when one of the men he's chasing shoots him. Lou decides to drop out of the K-9 when his dog dies. Hank must try to help Lou as he goes looking for the man who killed his dog. Meanwhile, Maggie argues with the meter cop about a broken parking meter and ends up in jail. Hank finds himself not only caring for Stevie, but also in trouble with the Chief who wants Maggie out of jail ASAP. But Maggie refuses to accept bail in order to prove a point. Written by Michelle

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1988 (Canada)  »

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Stevie Katts: Next time you make tuna salad, Uncle Hank?
Hank Katts: Yeah?
Stevie Katts: Leave out the anchovies.
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What a dog!
18 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rudy was certainly dedicated to his job! He pursued those two kids for two days without eating or sleeping. Even when food was thrown out to him, he stayed on task. This episode really establishes Rudy's dedication to his job as a K-9 and to his master, Hank Katts.

I just wonder one thing...How did these two kids think they were going to get all the way to Mexico? They were going to have to cross the United States boarder and the Mexican boarder...I hope they both had driver's license and passports. They may not need a passport to get into the US, but they may to get into Mexico!

I like the way they include Maggie and Stevie in the episode. Maggie was studying for her real estate exam while working at a collection agency. I wonder if she was very dependent on Fred, then when he died, she suddenly found herself having to figure things out. Good thing she had a smart, loving child like Stevie around! And good think Stevie had an uncle like Hank. I suspect he had to help Maggie out a lot.

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