Hunter spends the night at McCall's house after she recieves a threatening phone call from the man known as "Bigfoot", who they were investigating for the rapes. Brad Navarro's wife kicks him out of the house and hits the LAPD with a massive and somewhat humorous lawsuit, claiming their marriage was failing due to Brad's "unusual appetite for sex" due to being paired up with attractive female partners. Hunter's investigation of a missing girl uncovers a local satanic cult, led by the very Judge McCall arrested, who is now accusing her of entrapment. The LAPD conduct a stakeout in an attempt to catch Bigfoot, but he outsmarts them and nearly claims Sgt. McCall as his next victim.
Did You Know?
In part II, there would be a rape scene that involved McCall, but Stepfanie Kramer
objected to it, since she went through with it in season 2 with Rape and Revenge, parts I and II. She wanted nothing to do with that and Fred Dryer
backed her. In the end, the scene was modified. See more
References The Honeymooners