In early season one episodes, Dennis was referred to as "Lt. Becker". His rank was later changed to Sgt. when they realized it would be better to have someone above him (Lt. Diehl, Lt. Chapman) who would HATE Rockford. See more »
When Becker is at the police station and sees the info on the murdered lady, before cutting to the next scene his picture freezes for about 2 seconds and the voice on the following scene (in Becker's home) begins. See more »
This is Jim Rockford. At the tone leave your name and message, I'll get back to you.
Jim? Chet returning your call. Sorry I missed you, but I appreciate you calling back. If you call again and I'm not in just leave your message and I'll get back to YOU!
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Sgt. Dennis Becker has enough pressure on him. He's taking the Lieutenant's test and is determined to pass this time. However when one of the top Police official's wife is found dead in her car, Becker's life becomes more complicated as Lt. Chapman assigns him the case. Knowing this is a possible career-killer of a case, Dennis goes ahead with the investigation. At the request of the always enjoyable Pat Finley as Peg, Dennis' wife, Rockford agrees to check out the case quietly behind the scenes to help Dennis avoid any land mines that are out there. A very good episode, notable for the appearance of Ed Harris as a policeman and one of the rare appearances of Scotty Becker, the Beckers son who would later turn up as an adult in the Rockford files TV reunion movies of the late 1990's.
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