T.J. Hooker (1982–1986)
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Blood Sport 

Hooker and his team become the protection detail of a Senator, and an old friend of Hooker's, after Hooker saves his life during a routine prisoner transfer in Hawaii while the Senator pushes his anti-terrorist bill.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Sgt. T.J. Hooker
... Officer Stacy Sheridan
... Officer Jim Corrigan
... Senator Stuart Grayle
... Barbara Grayle
... Mrs. McAllister
... Gus Kalioki
... John McAllister
... Makio
... Dr. Kenji Yakimura
... Lt. Pete O'Brien
... Howie
... Ginsu Nabutsu (as Soon-Teck Oh)
Randy Hamilton ... Tim Braddock
... Off. Phillips
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Hooker and his team become the protection detail of a Senator, and an old friend of Hooker's, after Hooker saves his life during a routine prisoner transfer in Hawaii while the Senator pushes his anti-terrorist bill.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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21 May 1986 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Like the LCPD vs the LAPD, there is no Hawaii Metro Police Department, there is the Honolulu Police Department. See more »

Goofs

For someone assigned to a protective detail, Stacy wears far too skimpy an outfit. While this would attract male viewers, it would prohibit her from carrying a concealed firearm. See more »

Quotes

Sergeant T.J. Hooker: Do you have to be so young and so eager all the time?
Officer Howie Kalanuma: I can tone the eager down, but the young I'm stuck with.
Sergeant T.J. Hooker: [smiles] Like we are with you.
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits here were not the usual montage of prior events with the series title then episode title followed by stars being listed. Instead, the opening credit was William Shatner as T.J. Hooker, followed by the episode title, then Locklear and Darren followed by the guest stars. See more »

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References Citizen Kane (1941) See more »

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