Kojak receives threats against his life just as his niece is about to get married.

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Peter Ibbotson
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Victor Campos ...
Det. Gomez
Nick Dennis ...
Constantine
Penny Santon ...
Sophie
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Gloria
Janice Heiden ...
Alexandra
Robert Donley ...
Henshaw
Lionel Johnston ...
Eugene
Ray Ballard ...
Mort
William Martel ...
Desk Sergeant
Edward Ansara ...
Father Aleksei
James V. Christy ...
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Kojak receives threats against his life just as his niece is about to get married.

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2 January 1974 (USA)  »

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Kojak's signature phrase "Who loves ya, Baby?" makes its partial debut when Kojak says "Who loves ya?" to a woman he interviews. See more »

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Lt. Theo Kojak: [to Gloria] You stop talking to me like a john or I'll take my lollipop away.
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This one gets personal
2 April 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

John P. Ryan as a recently released convict dominates this particular Kojak episode. He plays a mean, but coolly controlled individual who believes fervently that revenge is a dish best served cold. Not only does he have it in for Telly Savalas, but he wants to go after a cop's family as well.

The strain tells on Telly Savalas as Lt. Kojak takes it out on his family and the squad. So much so that Kevin Dobson and Victor Campos even try a rather clumsy attempt at intimidation.

It's actually Detective Stavros who provides a link to another crime that puts the Manhattan South Squad in the right direction. I guess Kojak keeps him around for more than the butt of jokes.

Ryan wants to see his plan come together, it very nearly does.


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