Stingray (1985–1987)
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Someone from out of Ray's past is setting him up for murder. And the people he's helped before are either not helping him, or acting against him.

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Stingray
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Councilwoman Sondra Decker
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Detective (as Frank McCarthy)
Billy Hayes ...
Edward Benton (as William Hayes)
Lisa Rafel ...
Jenny Benton / Barbara Samuel
Andrew Rhodes
Margot Pinvidic
Laurie Briscoe ...
Lynn Williams
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Kathy Sellers (as Caroline Barkly)
Dale Wilson ...
Jeff
William S. Taylor ...
Mr. Giles
Lisa Yates ...
Rosiland
Val Pearson ...
TV Announcer
Susanna Portnoy ...
Airline Hostess
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Someone from out of Ray's past is setting him up for murder. And the people he's helped before are either not helping him, or acting against him.

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16 January 1987 (USA)  »

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Pieces of a Broken Heart
Music by Mike Post
Lyrics by Stephen Geyer
Performed by Max Carl
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great episode of an amazing show
28 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the darkest episodes of this awesome series, and one of the best.

The usual setup is turned completely on its head here. The cool, confident Ray we're accustomed to seeing, the man who can get out of any jam, no matter how tough, is nowhere evident here.

Instead our hero is a hunted man from start to finish, as young, troubled women start turning up dead all over the city. The only common thread to these murders: each of the victims was last seen getting into a black Corvette Stingray.

We see an angry and desperate Ray, a Ray set up and betrayed by people he thought were his friends, fighting to save his own skin and discover who's behind the murders. We get glimpses of Ray's mysterious and painful past--a time he would rather forget, but is forced to confront.

And the climax of Ray's desperate pursuit, when he finally comes face to face with his pursuer--one of the bleakest and darkest scenes in the whole series.

Great episode, and a must-see for any fan of the show.


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