Kojak arrests a thief, a long time nemesis, but can't find any incriminating evidence in his apartment. The thief then claims Kojak extorted $3,000.00 from him. While awaiting review from Internal Affairs, can Kojak clear his name?

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James Luisi ...
Capt. Henry 'Hank' Rosseau
Madison Arnold ...
Harry Dubin
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Swinton
Joseph V. Perry ...
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Martin Braddock ...
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Kojak arrests a thief, a long time nemesis, but can't find any incriminating evidence in his apartment. The thief then claims Kojak extorted $3,000.00 from him. While awaiting review from Internal Affairs, can Kojak clear his name?

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8 February 1976 (USA)  »

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Bernheim: Lt. Kojak will now be advised of his rights.
Capt. Frank McNeil: Hey, wait a minute, hold on. We're down here to talk to you about a case. You've got this set up like an inquisition.
Bernheim: I'm taking a formal statement.
Capt. Frank McNeil: You haven't even told us what this is about, officially.
Bernheim: It's about the shaking down of a suspect - on the record!
Lt. Theo Kojak: Let it go, Frank. Let's hear him.
Capt. Frank McNeil: No way! If he want to play this game you come back here with a lawyer. He's setting you up! Now let's get out of here.
Bernheim: If you refuse to give me a statement ...
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Unusual partnership
22 June 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode is a great illustration of why when one is a cop one should not take the job too personally. It's the hardest thing you can do, especially for someone like Theo Kojak.

Telly Savalas has it in big time for Madison Arnold because an innocent civilian was badly and permanently injured in a crime Arnold was committing. After a stoolie tips off Kojak and a search is conducted Arnold then counters with saying Kojak solicited a bribe.

This particular episode is a great example of why I told my nephew not to go into the NYPD. Even a Theo Kojak has to put up with this.

In fact with James Luisi as an internal affairs captain, Internal Affairs and the Manhattan South Squad have to work together to both catch a crook in the act of a crime and clear Kojak. Makes for an unusual partnership.


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