Framed for killing a taxicab driver -- actually, the driver's boss, who is being investigated by the police for drug trafficking, did it-- McCloud must deal with the victim's Israeli Army sister, who's coming after him with a gun.
Did You Know?
This episode aired against (and got clobbered in the ratings by) the ABC Sunday movie-of-the-week "Little Ladies of the Night," which in turn was attributed (by Variety) to have taken its inspiration from a "McCloud" episode "The Barefoot Girls of Bleecker Street" (episode 5.1). See more
McCloud's gun makes four different sounds when he fires it during the episode, including two different sounds on consecutive gunshots. (Keith Hampton's gun also makes two different sounds on consecutive shots; he and McCloud are firing at each other.) See more
[after he and a whole army of Yellow Cabs have completely boxed in villain Keith Hampton in Times Square
Who says you can't get a cab in New York these days?
For American television, the opening of this show is a cut-down version of the classic main title (stopping after the fourth guest star; the remaining credits are shown over establishing shots in the show itself). But for German television (Ein Sheriff in New York: Die Racherin"), a title sequence from the 1974-75 season is used with the names freshly reprinted. But they left out producers Ronald Satlof and Michael Sloan and co-writer Sloan! See more