Starsky and Hutch go undercover as Rafferty and O'Brien, Texas-based dealers looking to make a five-kilo heroin buy from drug kingpin Danner. Assisting them is Cheryl, a wide-eyed country girl and one of Danner's reluctant drug mules.

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Cheryl Waite
Charles Macaulay ...
Danner (as Charles McCaulay)
Akili Jones ...
Connie
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David S. Cass Sr. ...
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Carter
Ken Scott ...
Detective Saunders
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Eddie Moore
Sy Kramer ...
Mr. Goring, Attorney
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Starsky and Hutch go undercover as Rafferty and O'Brien, Texas-based dealers looking to make a five-kilo heroin buy from drug kingpin Danner. Assisting them is Cheryl, a wide-eyed country girl and one of Danner's reluctant drug mules.

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5 November 1975 (USA)  »

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The San Pedro Municipal Building often seen in later seasons as the Metro Police Station Metropolitan Division is seen for the first time in the TV series as the County Municipal Building. See more »

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For pretty stupid fish
29 August 2016 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

I've watched this episode a few times now and I don't quite know what to think of it. Starsky and Hutch are undercover to get a big drug kingpin. They are in rather flamboyant outfits, but no one seems to find them to be too unusual. They negotiate for bigger and bigger drug buys, in order to draw the headman out to meet with them. Their actions seem to scream "we are undercover cops" to me, but no one seems that suspicious. Well, there is suspicions, but no one follows up or digs any deeper, so Starsky and Hutch keep pushing it. They finally offer the kingpin a rare stamp as a good faith gift if he will meet with them. I wouldn't think that a big-time criminal got to the top of the heap by being so gullible.

It's not a bad episode, but it doesn't have any great scenes or much to make it that memorable. This is probably why I have to keep watching it in order to figure out how to rate it. But it's always a pleasure to watch PMG and DS play Starsky and Hutch in Season 1, so I won't complain too much.


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