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Captain Fuller & Hoffs investigate after a popular teacher, who is also an environmentalist, is stabbed to death.

Director:

Jan Eliasberg

Writers:

Patrick Hasburgh (created by), Stephen J. Cannell (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Depp ... Officer Tom Hanson
Holly Robinson Peete ... Officer Judy Hoffs (as Holly Robinson)
Peter DeLuise ... Officer Doug Penhall (credit only)
Dustin Nguyen ... Officer Harry Truman Ioki
Steven Williams ... Captain Adam Fuller
Katy Boyer ... Megan
Kathryn Leigh Scott ... Margaret
Lela Rochon ... Denise Price
Larry Cedar ... Charles Craig
Olivia Negron ... Evelyn Marks
David Kriegel David Kriegel ... Kevin Ness
Eileen Conn Eileen Conn ... Helen
Shawn Macdonald Shawn Macdonald ... Vinnie (as Shawn MacDonald)
Nina Rhodes Nina Rhodes ... Woman
Bart Anderson Bart Anderson ... Adam
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Captain Fuller & Hoffs investigate after a popular teacher, who is also an environmentalist, is stabbed to death.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 1990 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Although it would not garner the attention of later such episodes, this was the first example of a "lesbian kiss episode," a sub-genre of American broadcast television episodes in which a lesbian- or bisexual-identified character kisses a straight-identified character, only for the lesbian character never to appear again. Media sources including The New York Times examined the lesbian kiss episode phenomenon and concluded that such episodes were a ploy on the part of series' creative teams to generate ratings through controversy. Lesbian kiss episodes tended to appear at a frequency of about one per year, usually coinciding with a "sweeps" period in which television ratings were used to help determine advertising rates. See more »

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