Starsky and Hutch: Season 3, Episode 5

Death in a Different Place (15 Oct. 1977)

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Starsky's childhood mentor, Police Lt. John Blaine, is found dead under compromising circumstances, and Starsky and Hutch need to contend with their preconceptions about homosexuality as they try to solve the homicide.

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Bernie Hamilton ...
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Lt. Alec Corday
Gregory Rozakis ...
Nick Hunter
Art Fleming ...
John Blaine
Rick Davalos ...
Orrin Lawford (as Dick Davalos)
Charles Pierce ...
'Sugar'
Virginia Leith ...
Margaret Blaine
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Peter Whitelaw
Allen Joseph ...
Murph
Shelley St. Clair ...
LaVerne
Joella Deffenbaugh ...
Maxine
Adrien Royce ...
Ginny Simpson
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Starsky's childhood mentor, Police Lt. John Blaine, is found dead under compromising circumstances, and Starsky and Hutch need to contend with their preconceptions about homosexuality as they try to solve the homicide.

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As Lt. Alec Corday is fleeing pursuit by Starsky and Hutch, he fires his weapon repeatedly. Starsky proclaims, "That's six," implying that Corday is out of ammunition and Hutch proceeds to apprehend him. There is some debate as to whether it was truly five or six shots that were fired, but Corday actually fires his weapon ten times, without apparently reloading (1 at Nick Hunter, 3 at Starsky, 1 at Hutch, 2 into the air, 2 at Starsky, and 1 at Hutch). See more »

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Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: ...75% of the time we spend together and you're not even a good kisser.
Det. Dave Starsky: How do you know that?
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