Furillo and Goldblume are grading officers in line for a promotion, leaving Norman Buntz in charge of the Hill. The precinct needs $130,000 to reinstate overtime pay, so Buntz encourages everybody to busts as much illegal drugs as they can to make up the numbers. Belker meets a younger version of himself in a street hustler nicknamed 'Fetch' while Renko is reunited with his stolen motorcycle.
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Did You Know?
Sid tells Buntz "you're flying high in April, you're shot down in May". These are the lyrics to the song "That's Life" sung by Frank Sinatra. See more