While working a case, Starsky learns that Hutch's new girlfriend, Gillian is a high class prostitute working for some criminals they're investigating.

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Gillian Ingrahm
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Al Grossman
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Olga Grossman
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Eddie Hoyle
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Nancy Rogers
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Joy (as Joanna DeVarona)
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Harry Blower
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Rex Knowles ...
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While working a case, Starsky learns that Hutch's new girlfriend, Gillian is a high class prostitute working for some criminals they're investigating.

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16 October 1976 (USA)  »

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Hutch's girlfriend Gillian played by Karen Carlson was at the time David Soul's wife. See more »

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Det. Dave Starsky: Come on. What are you gonna do? Do you wanna hit me again, huh? Is that what you want? She was a prostitute. And there's nothing you can do or say that's gonna change that fact or the fact that she loved you and she was about to give all this up just for you. That's probably why Grossman killed her... Hey, how many years have we known each other, huh? You're the best friend I got in the whole world. You think I like saying things like this to you?
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Gran Torino and The Kitchen Sink
17 June 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

OK, this episode is way, way over the top. I like Starsky and Hutch, I bought the DVDs, but the writer of this episode pulled everything out of his cupboards and drawers and stuffed it into this episode. There's really too much going on, too many "shocking" revelations that just make you groan. Even the climatic scene is fulled with lurid absurdity that makes you shake your head.

There was a good episode here. But only if the writer would have pulled back and used a little subtlety. This episode is about as subtle as a baseball bat to your head. If you like absurd, over the top cop episodes, this should do the trick for you. If not, there are much better episodes of S&H to watch.


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