A retired New York police officer helps the team figure out who killed one of his close friends, a pirate radio disc jockey.

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Tony Archer
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Bobby Raines
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Brandi Raines
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Todd Dutton
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Mr. Zhang
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Len Marks
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A retired New York police officer helps the team figure out who killed one of his close friends, a pirate radio disc jockey.

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Actor James Caan (Tony Archer) is the real-life father of star Scott Caan (Danny "Danno" Williams). See more »

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When Tony Archer points his revolver at Steve McGarrett, the closeup of the cylinders reveal blank cartridges in the chambers. See more »

Quotes

Steve McGarrett: [Tony has just brought out pizza flown in from New York] That's a... that's a good piece of pizza right there.
Tony Archer: No, no, no, no. See, where we come from we don't say piece. It's a slice. We call it a slice.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: [waving his hand] No, don't say that.
[pointing to Steve]
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Not domesticated. He's an animal.
[Tony chuckles]
Steve McGarrett: What do you mean, animal?
Danny 'Danno' Williams: You were born an animal.
Steve McGarrett: I'm eating pizza here. You're callin' me an animal.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: You'll be an animal the rest of your life.
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References Weekend at Bernie's (1989) See more »

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I Fought the Law
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Written by Sonny Curtis
Performed by Dead Kennedys
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2.18 is ***1/2
28 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a guest role that easily could be incorporated into a regular appearing role, James Caan steals the show as a retired private investigator who helps the guys in their attempt to catch his friend's killer. The latter is a successful radio talk-show host who is blown to bits while on the air.

The elder Caan goes from an immediate suspect to a colleague in rapid time.

All sorts of suspects appear to be the obvious culprit until our detective solves the case which involved a diabolical plot.

The three guys form an immediate chemistry which could certainly be used in subsequent shows.


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