Starsky and Hutch: Season 3, Episode 14

A Body Worth Guarding (25 Jan. 1978)

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Due to threats on her life, Starsky and Hutch are assigned to protect a visiting Russian ballerina. Hutch, a big fan, is impressed by her talent, but disappointed with her bristling personality as they get off on the wrong foot.

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Due to threats on her life, Starsky and Hutch are assigned to protect a visiting Russian ballerina. Hutch, a big fan, is impressed by her talent, but disappointed with her bristling personality as they get off on the wrong foot.

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Starsky & Hutch Channel The Young & the Restless
1 May 2014 | by (Long Beach CA) – See all my reviews

The boys are tasked with protecting a visiting Soviet prima ballerina who is being targeted by neo-Nazis in order to blame dissident Jews protesting her visit. After the initial setup, it's a rapid segue into soap opera land as Hutch and the Ruskie fall head over heels.

Once again, the natural chemistry of Glaser and Soul and the edginess and pace of earlier scripts is sublimated to satisfy some bizarre quest to transform the show into a daytime TV romantic romp. The fact that this one involves two starry-eyed love bugs whose jobs as detectives is relegated to a minor storytelling detail does nothing whatsoever to redeem this snore-inducing episode.


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