Cagney & Lacey

High Steel

Season 2, Ep 4, Aired 11/15/82
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  • Episode Description
  • After a former co-worker falls to his death at a construction site, Harvey disagrees with the conclusion that his death is accidental and joins Mary Beth to investigate.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tony LaTorre

    Harvey Lacey, Jr.

  • Tyne Daly

    Det. Mary Beth Lacey

  • Sharon Gless

    Det. Chris Cagney

  • Jason Bernard

    Dep. Insp. Marquette

  • Carl Lumbly

    Det. Mark Petrie

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Christine: So we get a guy who has the expertise but doesn't depend on the Construction Industry for his livelihood.
      Mary Beth : Got any suggestions?
      Christine: You're sleeping with him.
      Mary Beth: (shocked) Who?
      Christine: Ralph. What do you mean who?

    • Cagney: I tell you, Mary Beth, this thing really works. Did a mile and a half today. Keep this up, I'll be clicking off three in no time. Lacey: How can you run in this city? Cagney: What do you mean, the cars and the crazies? Well, it's tough, but part of the challenge of living in New York. Besides, I put on three pounds last week.

    • (Construction workers don't care much for female police officers) Dave: Hey, I think maybe you should get out of here. Isbecki: You girls are having a problem? Dave: Who's this? Lacey: Private Isbecki, U.S. Cavalry.

    • Lacey: We're not going to find anything out. She probably got pictures of her kids, flowers from her prom, and birth certificates. Cagney: Is that what you keep in your safety deposit box? Lacey: I haven't got one, but if I did, that's what I'd keep there. Cagney: Well, you're boring.

    Notes (1)

    • The German episode title is "In panischer Angst", meaning "Panic-Stricken Anxiety".

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