Sue Ann Grainger is a country singer stalked by a gravelly voiced psychopath who insists she owes him $10,000. Stalling the investigation is Grainger's resisting Starsky and Hutch's offer to help.




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Episode cast overview:
Sue Ann Grainger
Joshua Bryant ...
Jerry Tabor (as Josh Bryant)
Dick Haynes ...
Cal Claybourne
Ben Gerard ...
Hotel Desk Clerk
Marc Plastrik ...
Bo White ...


Sue Ann Grainger is a country singer stalked by a gravelly voiced psychopath who insists she owes him $10,000. Stalling the investigation is Grainger's resisting Starsky and Hutch's offer to help.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery




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12 March 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Its shadow can be seen top right when Starsky is cuffing Jerry Tabor, and telling him he's a sick man. See more »


Barroom Brawler: You lousy cops! What right you got hangin' around Sue Ann?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Mess with the lady again, friend, and you'll find out!
Det. Dave Starsky: Hey, that's terrific. You sound just like Dirty Harry.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Dirty who?
Det. Dave Starsky: Harry. Cop up in San Francisco.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Oh.
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References Magnum Force (1973) See more »


Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man
Written by John Cunningham
Performed by Lynn Anderson
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Sing a song for me
3 September 2016 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

A female country singer is being harassed by a man who says she owes him. When he demands money and she doesn't pay, he begins killing random people and telling her that she is to blame. Feeling guilty and desperate to make him stop, she agrees to his demands. Starsky and Hutch begin this case trying to identify and locate the singer's stalker, and then end up saving her from him.

This episode is fine, but there is not a lot of complexity to the story. I think Lynn Anderson does a commendable job as the singer who feels a little guilty about her success and therefore allows the stalker to manipulate her. I think this was her first attempt at acting and she came off pretty well.

PMG and DS do their jobs as Starsky and Hutch. The best scene is at the end where they save the singer as the stalker is trying to make a get-away in Starsky's car. Without speaking, Starsky and Hutch know what they are going to do and move themselves into positions where they can jump the guy at the last second before he gets away. I always like scenes where PMG and DS get to play our very smart team.

We have another emotionally disturbed killer on our hands in this episode, but at least the dialog, delivered by Starsky at the end of the chase, puts the responsibility on him and not his victim or his troubles.

What I don't like about this episode is the way Starsky acts so silly during the opening sequence and again in the tag. Hutch has to distance himself because Starsky is embarrassing him; I would have as well. And I wish they would have let DS perform the song at the end in a better way instead of making Hutch act so nervously. I guess these are examples of how at times these scenes have to give us overblown depictions to make sure we get the point. The 70s were not subtle.

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