Kojak: Season 3, Episode 2

My Brother, My Enemy (21 Sep. 1975)

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Rick Daly is a young, trigger-happy cop with good intentions to help people. In response to a knife-killing, he is too quick on the trigger and winds up killing a preteen boy. Kojak ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Frazer ...
George Savalas ...
Det. Rick Daly
Capt. Nolan
Alan Manson ...
Inspector Nicola
Marty Vaughan
Stephen Pearlman ...
Det. Sam Nemo
Ahna Capri ...
Evelyn Russell ...
Mrs. Desmond
Claude Earl Jones ...
Det. Al Buchinsky
Ines Pedroza ...
Newsperson (as Inez Pedroza)
Scott Ben-Yashar ...
Wilson Stronik (as Scott Ehrlich)
Dave Morick ...
Asst. D.A. Casey


Rick Daly is a young, trigger-happy cop with good intentions to help people. In response to a knife-killing, he is too quick on the trigger and winds up killing a preteen boy. Kojak attempts to shield Daly when the public reacts, demanding revenge, but gets suspicious when cracks appear in Daly's story. Now the tables are turned; the cops feel Kojak is persecuting Daly. When the guy is found who Daly was pursuing, Kojak confronts Daly on the roof where the shooting occurred to nail down the truth. Written by jeaneva

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Rambo/Rocky As A Young Cop - Innocent Or Guilty?
15 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Superstar Sylvester Stallone guest-stars here as a young, trigger-happy cop. He has a good intentions to help people but "Det. Rick Daly" is a little quick to pull the trigger and he winds up killing a young boy.

Some of the scenes afterward are, of course, very dramatic.

Stallone doesn't really have a lot of lines in this but he handles what he has well. After he is declared innocent in the shooting, things pop up here and there which begins to make Theo doubt whether the cop is innocent or is trying to cover up his tragic mistake.

There also is a knife killing in here which seems to spark all the trouble. That killer is played by Charles Napier, a familiar face to TV and movie buffs.

Other than the above two, a lot of actors and actresses are a part of this story and all perform well. The show turns out to be more of a drama than anything else, but it's well-done.

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