Sledge Hammer! (1986–1988)
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A new female radio psychologist moves to town and starts a show directed towards helping women with their problems. A male caller starts phoning into the show and harassing the doctor. When... See full summary »

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Sledge Hammer
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Dori Doreau
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Captain Trunk
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Dr. Dorothy Stone
Elizabeth Hart ...
Miss Sheila Newman
Leslie Morris ...
Officer Majoy
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Officer Daley
Phil Diskin ...
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Wally Rose ...
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A new female radio psychologist moves to town and starts a show directed towards helping women with their problems. A male caller starts phoning into the show and harassing the doctor. When the calls start including threats of violence, she goes to police for help. Hammer and Doreau are assigned to investigate the case. They decide to arrange a trap with Hammer staying at the doctor's apartment, while the women stay at his apartment. The plan backfires when the suspect shows up at Hammer's apartment anyway. Written by brownsbros3

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5 November 1987 (USA)  »

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Dr. Stone's radio station is KDAFY 128.8. By 1987 Lybia had become a terrorist supporting pariah state and Muammar Gaddafi was viewed as pretty much a detested and dangerous buffoon by most Americans. The year before this episode was made a US air raid bombed Gadaffi's home compound, narrowly missing killing Gadaffi. See more »

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References Get Smart (1965) See more »

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