Hooker and Romano team up with Jim Corrigan and his new rookie partner Stacy Sheridan to catch an armed robber who preys on people cashing their paychecks, among them Fran Hooker, whom he pistol whips and leaves in danger of blindness.
Did You Know?
This is an homage of sorts to The Dukes of Hazzard
(1979) (which was still in production as of the air date) in that there are two guys (one of whom was a racer) in a Dodge Charger fleeing from the police, to include the Charger getting airborne trying to jump a truck. See more
During the pursuit of the Charger, as viewed from the inside, the windshield of the police car is cracked in front of Hooker. It had not been cracked prior to that point, and nothing had damaged it. Also, during the pursuit, the overhead lights are on then off then on again. See more
Sgt. T.J. Hooker
[slamming Lou the tattooist against the wall and grabbing his face
Now listen, you. I got a friend in the hospital because of this guy. Now you tell me his name right now or I'm gonna play tic-tac-toe all over your face. You understand?