Hooker works with another cop, who's a friend to get some drug dealers. But during their investigation, they discover that his friend's daughter is not only involved with the people they are looking for but she's also an addict.

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Sgt. T.J. Hooker
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Officer Vince Romano
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Officer Stacy Sheridan
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Officer Jim Corrigan
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Detective Jim Cody
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Norman Powell
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Lisa Cody (as Penny Johnson)
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Captain Dennis Sheridan
Chip Fields ...
Carolyn Webster
Jay Scorpio ...
George Webster
Tom McFadden ...
Art Schneider
Hal Hawkins ...
Larry 'Doc' Holliday
Howard Jordan ...
Titus Jackson
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Coleman Young
Robert Jayne ...
Danny (as Bobby Jacoby)
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Hooker works with another cop, who's a friend to get some drug dealers. But during their investigation, they discover that his friend's daughter is not only involved with the people they are looking for but she's also an addict.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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10 November 1984 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Final appearance of Richard Herd as Captain Sheridan. Before and after his departure in Season 4 and then in Season 5, the next level supervisor was often Lt. O'Brien, played by Hugh Farrington. See more »

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After the gun thug carjacks the blue car and is escaping from the mud wrestling bar, a stunt performer playing Hooker jumps onto the trunk. A handle is seen under the back window for him to hold onto. See more »

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